I am a member of the Redbud Writers Guild and have written for The Redbud Post, READY Publication The Art Of Telah and Mud Room Blog.
I am co-author of The Well of Life and included in the anthology; The Wonder Years: 40 Women Over 40 on Aging, Faith, Beauty and Strength.
My newest book is Healing Racial Trauma: The Road to Resilience.
I am also available for other writing opportunities...
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My approach to counseling and spiritual direction involves God’s truth being experienced in a profoundly personal way as you share your story. Each involves talking, journaling, expressive arts exercises, listening and healing prayer. Christ-centered counseling, teaching, accountability, and support... (Click on the heading)
As a trained Spiritual Director and Life Coach, I facilitate a Soul Care process of listening prayer, inquiry and discovery, feedback, follow-up, and accountability.
I customize my approach to help meet your individual needs and enhance the skills, resources, and creativity that you already have in Christ.” ...(Click on the heading)
I offers my service on a sliding fee basis to support and empower under-resourced and under-served individuals and communities.
I am also a volunteer member of the Community Ethics Committee of Harvard Medical School.
"Thank you for speaking truth into my life and just being there to listen. I praise God for you. The Lord has used you and the rest of the group to minister to me and to help me grow.”
"Your ability to teach, share your story and also empathize with others has not only blessed me, it has demonstrated the Father’s kingdom in a new way”
The Well of Life group: "Since the group I am seeing other people differently, speaking life and identity into others lives and seeing God work and minister to them.”
"People of color have endured traumatic histories and almost daily assaults on our dignity. We have prayed about racism, been in denial, or acted out in anger, but we have not known how to individually or collectively pursue healing from the racial trauma."
Find out what people are saying about the book on our Book/Resources page
The Rehoboth House offers an oasis of hope, healing & transformation.
Offering services and a place to heal from past hurts and obtain a greater sense of peace and a clearer vision of the purpose and plan of the Lord for your life.
Founded by Sheila Wise Rowe in 2000 this non-profit has served individuals, churches and communities worldwide.
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The Cyrene Movement is an initiative of ARISE/ The Rehoboth House. Founded by Sheila Wise Rowe and Nicholas Rowe The Cyrene Movement has three pillars. To Heal Racial Trauma, Realize Potential & Embrace Community
The Cyrene Movement offer courses, resources, online support and prayer for people of color to heal from racial trauma, share our joys, and realize our full potential Then to go forward as a movement empowered to embrace, reconcile and transform communities for Christ... (Click on the above image)
Sheila is a member of the Community Ethics Committee, a diverse group of citizens from the Greater Boston area who meet regularly to provide public input on ethical aspects of health care...
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