Walking in Their Shadow Paperback

Fresh Ideas for Building a Christ-centred Community

by Lex Bradley; Lucy Moore;

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Walking in Their Shadow

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How can you best support someone who is grieving?

This resource aims to equip children's and youth workers, church leaders and those working in a chaplaincy context to support bereaved children and young people. Written with first-hand knowledge of the needs of both a bereaved young person and a concerned youth worker, Walking in Their Shadow offers a unique combination of practical advice, biblical teaching and creative, therapeutic techniques to help the young person adjust to bereavement as a lifelong journey.

Contains five session outlines themed around Holy Week.
Each outline includes two age-differentiated stories, discussion starters, links to appropriate media clips, and creative, therapeutic activity ideas.
Provides downloadable activity sheets and 'I need to tell you...'

Walking in Their Shadow by Lex Bradley; Lucy Moore was published by BRF in November 2012 and is our 31807th best seller. The ISBN for Walking in Their Shadow is 9780857462558.

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Details for Walking in Their Shadow

Page last updated 22nd September 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherBRF (November 2012)
Edition3rd Special edition
Number of Pages96
Height297 mm
Width210 mm
Product Code4048907
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