This book teaches the foundational principles and tools for dealing with issues related to overwhelming life events. You will learn about how trauma affects the heart and body. You will be taught the biblical laws and principles that keep you in the pain go your trauma, as well as those that heal you. You will learn to recognize your poor responses to the initial wound. This involves tracing back the root causes or initial wounds that lie beneath the surface of most events to understand how bitter roots are formed and how broken hearts can be healed through the biblical process of repentance, renunciation, and forgiveness.
Message for the Reader:
You will learn God's plan for salvation. God's plan for healing, the behavior that separates you from God, and how we return to fellowship with Him and the healing process.
Once healed you will be able to help others who are going through similar difficult times in their life. The techniques you learn will equip you to minister to others and fulfill Jesus' command.
About the Author
Norm Wielsch was a law enforcement officer for over 25 years. For sixteen of those years, he was an undercover narcotics agent. He experienced many critical incidents during his career. In 1998, he was diagnosed with PTSD and an incurable neuromuscular disease that caused loss of feeling, mobility, and strength in his hands and feet. After 30 surgeries he became addicted to opioids. Due to sinful and illegal responses to his PTSD, Norm landed in federal prison. It was there he answered God's call to minister to people suffering from trauma. While in prison, he obtained a Master of Theology, a Doctorate in Christian Counseling, and a Drug & Alcohol Counseling Certification. Norm counseled inmates, preached God's Word, and taught bible studies. Many inmates experienced God's healing power and were transformed through the biblical principles taught through Christ-Centered Healing.
Norm now serves as an expert in PTSD, the first responder culture, and speaks all around the world.
You may also contact Norm at Leadership Speakers Bureau to schedule him for speaking or leadership engagements.