The Caring Congregation Paperback
Training Manual and Resource Guide
by Karen Lampe;
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The Caring Congregation
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Congregational Care Ministers serve as lay leaders working alongside pastors to provide quality care for the church family.
The Caring Congregation serves as a manual with all the necessary resources to help pastors organize their congregations for care and equip people to listen, visit, comfort, and encourage congregants. The book includes a timeline and organized flow for Congregational Care Ministers focusing on prayer, the theology of care, creating a practical care plan, establishing boundaries, learning to listen, visitation etiquette, and support through the final days of life.
Also included are reproducible handouts and ready-to-use worksheets, forms, templates, and customizable information to better serve particular geographical locations and other differences between congregations. Karen Lampe shepherds this ministry and training at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas. Older congregational care training programs can be expensive and lengthy.
This up-to-date product allows any church seeking effective ways to care for the congregation. For more, readers can visit the Church of the Resurrection website for training videos and additional "how-to" leader information.
The Caring Congregation by Karen Lampe was published by Abingdon Press in August 2014 and is our 59762nd best seller. The ISBN for The Caring Congregation is 9781426793127.
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Details for The Caring Congregation
|Page last updated||3rd June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Karen Lampe|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Abingdon Press (August 2014)|
|Number of Pages||156|