Healing of Brokenness
God desires the healing of brokenness. The term brokenness denotes a full range of conditions, including physical, emotional, psychological, spiritual and social issues, which serve to create barriers to the receipt and appropriation of divine grace. In fact, a key dimension of the biblical term “equip” is the idea of mending. Owing to numerous cultural factors, not the least of which are deeply flawed approaches to family life and the devastating models of sexuality being advanced by mass media, the presence of all forms of brokenness are pervasive among us.
Asbury Theological Seminary, which is deeply rooted in the Wesleyan, Evangelical Holiness tradition of the Christian faith, has long been a place of healing and transformation for persons preparing for ministry. In order to accomplish our mission of preparing well-trained, sanctified, Spirit-filled ministers, we aim to provide a context rich with resources for transformation and the healing of brokenness.
The Asbury Healing Academy is designed to equip students and spouses with the wisdom, dispositions, and practical skills to engage in the ministry of Christian healing, through participation in a supervised practicum-oriented training school.
In addition to training, the Healing Academy provides ministry to students, staff, spouses and guests. These opportunities do not require membership in the Healing Academy practicum and include: Grace Retreats, Prayer Appointments, and Spiritual Direction. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.