Healing Racial Trauma:
The Road to Resilience.
by Sheila Wise Rowe, InterVarsity Press, (IVP )
The Well of Life
by Sheila Wise Rowe and Nicholas Rowe. The Rehonoth House Press
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The Wonder Years
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I'm so excited to share that my book, Healing Racial Trauma: The Road to Resilience is now available on Amazon for pre-orders. It releases on January 7, 2020. My prayer is that this book will help facilitate healing for all people of color. I'm honored to have reviews from these great people:
"With honesty, truth, wisdom, and grace, Sheila Wise Rowe brings a fresh and distinct perspective in our conversation on race. The reality of trauma on a social psychological level has been missed in this dialogue, and Sheila is the necessary corrective voice, offering heartbreaking and gut-wrenching stories that still manage to offer hope and healing. I have had the personal gift of sitting under Sheila's teaching, and now you also have that opportunity. Please embrace the opportunity to learn from this much-needed perspective." (Soong-Chan Rah, Milton B Engebretson Professor of Church Growth and Evangelism at North Park Theological Seminary, author of Prophetic Lament)
" Healing Racial Trauma is outstanding. This book forced me to pull back the makeshift Band-Aids, which on the surface hid some deep-seated wounds from the racial trauma I had experienced. Reading this book reminded me of the stories my black grandparents would share of racial tension and outright hatred with my siblings and me at a very young age. Tears filled my eyes while I was holding on to every written word. I pressed beyond the immediate feelings that welled up within me to find solace and embrace authentic healing. This book is a must-read if you are serious about healing racial trauma. I give Sheila Wise Rowe a standing ovation for this life-altering book!" (Gail Dudley, author and speaker)
" Healing Racial Trauma is one of the most revelatory, fiercely honest, and hope-filled books that I've ever read. My dear friend Sheila Wise Rowe performs open-heart surgery on those wounded by racial trauma by acknowledging their stories, validating their pain, and offering the only actual solution: Christ-centered healing. Regardless of your background, you cannot read this book and not be changed." (Dorothy Littell Greco, author of Making Marriage Beautiful)
" Healing Racial Trauma is a magisterial gift for those who have suffered harm as a person of color, and it is also a revelation for those whose whiteness has served as a pair of blinders from racial trauma. Sheila Wise Rowe brilliantly exposes, narrates, honors, and calls forth from Scripture, clients, and her own life, the stories of violation and the power of hope. There are few books I have read where I wept and raged and was humbled and offered a vision of what it might be like to fulfill the Lord's prayer: 'Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.' This is must-read for all who hunger for righteousness." (Dan B. Allender, professor of counseling psychology, founding president of The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology)
"I am excited to recommend people of faith pay close attention to the work of Sheila Wise Rowe in her much-needed book, Healing Racial Trauma. The road to resilience is long and lonely. Black people in the United States are often required to believe that we can sprint to strength and that we need not heal from what happened in our history. Sheila's careful surveys of interpersonal, systemic, historical, and transgenerational issues inspire and remind us that there is deep work to do, not simply for resolve and survival but for the sake of future generations. I was especially pleased to note the author's strivings for First Nations solidarity. I appreciated the boldness of each chapter focus and the spiritual connections employed with psychology and critical race theory, not against. This is fearless and much too rare in faith-rooted trauma counseling. I hope that black Christians, all Christians of color, and their families will use this book as an inspiration, affirmation, and a guide to addressing the bitter pieces of our stories. I expect white Christians to find a resource of patient assistance on their own road to resilience and deliverance from the vestiges of whiteness and its demonic grip on the global household of God." (Michelle Higgins, co-host of Truth's Table and executive director of Faith for Justice)
The Well of Life book is co-authored by Sheila Wise Rowe and Nicholas Rowe. The book can be engaged solo but is best experienced one-to-one or in a group setting. The Well of Life is an intensive Christ-centered book which the Lord has used to help us embark on a healing journey. The Well is for anyone in need of a deeper healing touch from the Lord.
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An article that gives light on
the work Sheila and the Rebecca's Well Projects
team accomplished in the poorest communities
in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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