Senkbeil. Harold L. The Cure of Souls: Good for What Ails You

Mention “healing” and most people think of physicians, the medical arts, and pharmacology. Yet increasingly medical personnel are broadening their horizons to think holistically about human health. They have come to see that the physical health of a human being is connected to mental/emotional health. Some health professionals have even begun to see that these two components of human well-being are incomplete without a third: spiritual health.


Doxology provides a safe environment for clergy to reflect on their own spiritual and emotional health and assists them to review and enhance their professional competencies and skills as servants of Christ and stewards of God’s sacred mysteries.

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