Ministering to the Mourning
The Loss of a Child... The Death of a Parent ... The Suicide of a Loved One... The Aftermath of a Violent Crime... Ministering to the grief of those left behind following the death of a loved one is never...
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The Loss of a Child... The Death of a Parent ... The Suicide of a Loved One... The Aftermath of a Violent Crime... Ministering to the grief of those left behind following the death of a loved one is never an easy task. Our world is growing more complicated, the challenges are becoming greater, and the situations people face, more intense. This comprehensive resource provides pastors and church leaders of all levels of experience with insightful and practical advice for dealing with grief in a variety of situations. Caregivers will gain insight into the grief process and learn to recognize the signs of both healthy and unhealthy grief. Full of scriptural insight and wisdom, "Ministering to the Mourning" is a complete guide for pastors and lay leaders, chaplains and funeral directors, hospice workers and emergency responders alike...anyone called on to comfort those who mourn.
Formerly titled Comforting the Bereaved, this practical, insightful guide gives direction to pastors and lay-leaders of all levels of experience. Included are recommended Scriptures to read; an explanation of the stages of grief; approaches to conducting funerals in special circumstances such as suicide, victims of crime, multiple family deaths, or when the deceased is unknown to the pastor; signs of healthy and unhealthy grief, and how to help survivors cope. This new edition contains a chapter on ministering to victims of terrorism. It is also recommended for chaplains and hospice caregivers.
Warren W. Wiersbe is a pastor, author, and editor of more than one hundred books, including 50 People Every Christian Should Know; The Dynamics of Preaching, and Through the Year with Warren W. Wiersbe, along with the highly popular BE. Today his primary ministry is serving others through writing, teaching, and speaking at conferences.
- <div><p>1. death And Contemporary American Culture<br><br>2. Death In The Old Testament<br><br>3. death In The New Testament<br><br>4. Death And The Physician<br><br>5. death And The Christian Caregiver<br><br>6. death And The Funeral Director<br><br>7. death And The Family:  The Pastoral Opportunity<br><br>8. death And The Final Good-bye<br><br>9. Challenging Situations<br><br>10. Questions Pastors And Mourners Ask<br><br>11. an Anthology Of Resources</p></div>