Trauma informed Transformation: The Suffering of Self, Community, and God
Feb 27, 2022 | by Rev. Chase Wilhelm
Trauma informed Transformation: The Suffering of Self, Community, and God: February 27
Our guest preacher, Rev. Dr. Chase Wilhelm Invites us to join together in an opportunity to speak openly and frankly, exploring the implications of trauma in our lives and our relationships with self, community, and our faith. This class on trauma is aimed at teaching us how through reframing the trauma we have experienced in our lives, we may be better equipped to live into our call of compassion as a Christian community.
Bio: Rev. Dr. Chase R. Wilhelm currently serves as the Chief of Chaplains for the Illinois Department of Corrections. A 14 year combat Veteran of the United States Army, he also currently serves in the Army Reserves as the Deputy Command Chaplain for the Army Reserve Element at United States Special Operations Command. (USSOCOM) Rev. Dr. Wilhelm holds a Ph.D. in Theology, History, and Ethics from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, as well as a Th.M. from Princeton Theological, an M.Div. from Eden Theological Seminary, and other advanced degrees from the United States Army Chaplain Center and School. A current resident of Springfield, Illinois, Rev. Dr. Wilhelm is married to Dr. Lyndsey Heise-Wilhelm, M.D. and they are expecting their first child in May of this year.