Shepherding a Woman's Heart
Sometimes all it takes is a cup of tea and a sympathetic ear to soothe a woman's pain. Other times you need to do more. What a woman in pain needs is a loving shepherd. Why a shepherd? Because a...
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Sometimes all it takes is a cup of tea and a sympathetic ear to soothe a woman's pain. Other times you need to do more. What a woman in pain needs is a loving shepherd. Why a shepherd? Because a shepherd responds with compassion and understanding. Bev Hislop believes that an effective women's ministry should involve women who, under the authority of their church's leadership, are shepherds at heart. A shepherd skillfully dispenses pastoral care that is timely and appropriate. Out of her years of experience ministering to hurting women, Bev offers this book in the hope that, by raising up shepherds equipped to address the issues of a woman's heart, ministries to women will become more relevant and more vital than ever before.
Women in pain populate every congregation. Left to themselves, many will become discouraged and leave the church. But pastors cannot adequately care for the needs of everyone. Beverly White Hislop has written Shepherding a Woman's Heart to challenge pastors to infuse to women in their churches with the same spirit that moves them to care for their flock. This amazing resource provides substantial guidance on how to properly equip healthy women to come forward and nurture hurting women.
Beverly White Hislop has been involved in ministry to women for nearly 30 years. She currently directs the Women's Center for Ministry at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon, and serves on the boards of Network of Women in Leadership and Ministry Wives Network International. A
- :<div>table Of Contents<br><br><b>section One: Develop An Awareness Reasons We Need It</b><p>1. The Focus Of Shepherding Women<br><br>2. The Need For Shepherds Of Women<p><br><b>section Two: Deepen Understanding Reasons To Believe It</b><p>3. Eternal Understanding: Biblical Basis<br><br>4. Internal Understanding: Essence Of Womanhood<br><br>5. External Understanding: Backdrop Of Pastoral Care To Women<p><br><b>section Three: Disperse Compassion People Who Need It</b><p>6. Compassion Comes From Understanding Like-pain<br><br>7. The Master Shepherd Met Women At Their Point Of Pain<p><br><b>section Four: Diversify Skills People Who Believe It</b><p>8. Profile Of A Good Shepherd<br><br>9. The Skill Of Shepherding Women<br><br>10. A New Model For Shepherding Women</p></div>