Eagle Summit Healing Center in Tomahawk provides healing of body, soul, spirit
Public is invited to Open House Friday, Sept. 6
By Jalen Maki
Tomahawk Leader Co-Editor
TOMAHAWK – “Healing is for today; healing is for the body, soul and spirit, and that is what this is all about,” stated Diane Frisch of Eagle Summit Healing Center.
Eagle Summit Healing Center, W5676 Water View Lane, off of County Road A, north of Tomahawk, is a non-denominational, faith-based center that provides healing rooms and multiple ministries, including Rapha House, which has been in the Tomahawk area since 2002, and Restoring the Foundations.
Frisch and Paula Thomas are professionally trained in ministry and provide counseling on inner healing. Organizers aimed to create an environment where people, regardless of income, could “come and get some prayer, get people to surround them, to be with them, and help them,” Frisch said.
“We wanted to do something for the community,” she added.
When discussing the founding of Eagle Summit, Frisch said, “(Eagle Summit) has been a vision for over seven years. The thought behind it was that Eagle Summit would be the main place to house all these ministries: Rapha House, Sozo Ministries and Restoring the Foundations. … We had experienced people being prayed for, and a lot of times they were in ministry, and there were some unforgiveness issues or other issues that were blocking their healing. We felt like healing rooms worked hand-in-hand with the ministry we’re doing here.”
Healing rooms are provided at Eagle Summit on Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., where trained teams provide free prayer for anyone seeking it, for any reason.
Frisch added massage therapy will be available at Eagle Summit in the future.
“We’re looking for different modes of healing, for body, soul and spirit,” she noted.
After holding healing rooms at Prince of Peace Church in Tomahawk for about six months, the current location was purchased in May.
“Through a series of miracles, God has provided this place, which is more than we ever could have imagined,” Frisch said, adding that Eagle Summit was looking for a Northwoods lodge retreat atmosphere, and a “place of peace and healing.”
Organizer Paul Nelson added that its close proximity to Tomahawk, the Hiawatha Trail and Clear Lake is another great attribute of the location.
The public is invited to an Open House at Eagle Summit Friday, Sept. 6, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Open House will provide an opportunity for people from both the community and surrounding areas to tour the facility and learn more about the services available. Refreshments will be provided.
“We just want to expose it to the community because this is their place,” Frisch noted. “We want them to come and experience Eagle Summit.”
“This is a place where we work with the Lord; it’s all faith-based,” Frisch stated. “Our declaration here is, ‘The Healer is in the house.’ All we do is co-labor with him, and see what he’s doing for people. He loves his children, and we’re just here to minister to his children. He does the healing.”
To schedule an appointment at Eagle Summit Healing Center, or for more information on the services they offer, call 715-224-3490. Eagle Summit Healing Center can also be found on Facebook.