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Well-being and Shalom

Soul Care is a communal affinity gathering where, through an interpretive biblical lens, a space of shalom is formed in wholeness, completeness, and soundness. In such spaces, front-line community leaders are seen, known, and understood. They experience a climate of goodness, safety, well-being, and belonging with others through four voices of compassionate care: the prophet, the pastor, the purpose, and the passage. Here, the trauma resulting from the front-line work can be faced together, and healing begins to emerge. Those in reconciliation work need these postured voices speaking into them, ultimately reflecting the voice of the triune God.