How to Overcome Trauma when your Church Can’t or Refuses to Help you

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Barna Research defines trauma as “an act of extreme violence or abuse, or a near-death experience, that produces intense fear, helplessness, or horror.”

More than one-in-four adults in the United States – including Christians – have experienced a traumatic event. But many churches aren’t a place of healing.

“I think our churches have to start teaching and preaching on this, and how to use faith to combat the fear and lies that the enemy is using to subjugate people,” Dean Vander Mey of Set Free Ministries says.

“Jesus is saying, ‘I’ve come to heal you,’ but the Church has to be prepared to be agents of healing as well.”

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth

CALL TO ACTION

  • If you’re struggling with trauma, pray for the strength to take a step towards healing by getting the help you need.
  • Pray the Lord will provide needed resources and manpower so Set Free Ministries can help more people.

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