Tag Archives: wounded healers

Time Heals . . . if

No one has taught me more about healing and forgiveness than Henri Nouwen. His willingness to learn from his life experiences and to share his wisdom with the world is a living testament to the work of the Holy Spirit in … Continue reading

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Becoming a Wounded Healer – Guest Blog by Joy Zomer

I Cry Freely  – By Joy Zomer I have been broken. Today, I cry freely.  I am at peace that God uses these two truths for God’s glory and to bring me closer to God.  Let me explain.  Nine years … Continue reading

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Becoming a Wounded Healer – Part 1

“Weeping may linger for the night, but joy comes with the morning.  You have turned my mourning  into dancing; you have taken my off my sackcloth and clothed me with joy. Psalm 30;5 b; 11-12 (NRSV) What does the word broken … Continue reading

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Becoming a Wounded Healer: “Transcend and Include”

LIVING AS APPRENTICES I have been writing about wounded healers in the last few posts.  The inimitable Richard Rohr adds this concept to the mix, although he doesn’t connect it to wounded healers:  the healing of our wounds involves humility.  … Continue reading

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The Legacy of Suffering

Last night an Apprentice class I am teaching  focused on the concept of the huge personal transformation that is possible when we realize to the bottom of our souls that Christ’s sacrifice and resurrection  mean that we are new creations … Continue reading

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