Rev. Dr. Lorna Bradley of The Hope and Healing Institute took a group of parents on a self-care retreat to a beautiful country home in Burton, TX. While enjoying sunny views of rolling hills parents learned practical strategies to improve spiritual, emotional and physical self-care.
Rev. Dr. Lorna Bradley
Reverend Doctor Lorna Bradley received a Doctor of Ministry degree in 2013 from Southern Methodist University, Perkins School of Theology, in addition to a Master of Theological Studies, Summa Cum Laude, in 2007.
She has served as an ordained Deacon in the United Methodist Church since 2009.
Following an earlier career in the area of finance for the oil industry, she served on staff at St. Peter's United Methodist Church for ten years in welcoming ministries.
has a passion for welcoming families raising children with special needs into the church.
As a Fellow at The Hope and Healing Institute, she will expand her doctoral project into a practical application model to educate and equip churches in the Greater Houston area on how to offer a holistic welcome to families of children with special needs.
is writing curriculum for special needs parent support groups in order to provide emotional and spiritual care for families looking for how God walks with them in the midst of disability.
free time, Lorna
enjoys spending time with her
family, cooking, traveling, scuba diving, and running.
Click here for Lorna's webpage.