Words That Heal: Preaching Hope to Wounded Souls - eBook
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Title: Words That Heal: Preaching Hope to Wounded Souls - eBook
By: Joni S. Sancken
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2019
ISBN: 9781501849695
ISBN-13: 9781501849695
Series: Artistry of Preaching
Stock No: WW98444EB

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Soul wounds are pervasive in our world, with a range of origins and characteristics.  The field of trauma theory provides tools to unpack the dynamics associate with these wounds.

Preaching with empathy for wounded souls can help with healing.  Using the stories of wounded biblical figures is helpful, as is addressing the wounds that have been caused by the church.

The book showcases worship practices, sermons and ministries that are actively engaged in supporting healing for those with wounded souls.

Author Bio

Joni S. Sancken is Associate Professor of Homiletics at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, OH. She is interested in theological and contextual issues in preaching. She is the Author of Stumbling Over the Cross: Preaching the Cross and Resurrection Today (Cascade, 2016). Joni is an ordained pastor in Mennonite Church USA and served congregations in Indiana and Pennsylvania and completed level one STAR training (Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience) through the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University in 2017. She lives in Oakwood, OH with her pastor husband Steve Schumm and children Maggie and Theodore.

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