Shepherding Women in Pain
^Infertility, divorce, domestic violence, eating disorders...all have become part of a day's work for women and men in ministry to women. Yet, most are not prepared for this aspect of ministering to women in real pain over real issues. ^...
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^Infertility, divorce, domestic violence, eating disorders...all have become part of a day's work for women and men in ministry to women. Yet, most are not prepared for this aspect of ministering to women in real pain over real issues. ^ Designed to give leaders and care givers greater understanding, insights for shepherding, and referral resources, "Shepherding Women in Pain" is a compilation from contributors who have expertise and experience with women on the given issue. For examples Stacey Womack, founder and Executive Director of Abuse Recovery Ministry & Services wrote the chapter on domestic violence and Kimberley Davidson, founder of Olive Branch Outreach, authored the chapter discussing eating disorders. ^The reader will be provided concise, practical, and grace-infused information designed to help women deal constructively with the trauma of their life experiences. This book will serve as a key resource - read and re-read often - to those who serve women in pain.
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><p>table Of Contents</p><p>section I: Understanding Women In Pain<br><i>what The Woman In Pain Needs To Know</i></p><p>1. How Can I Stop The Pain?<br>2. What Does Healing Look Like?<br>3. Where Is God In The Pain?<br>4. When Should I Seek Professional Help?</p><p>section Ii: Shepherding Women In Pain<br><i>what The Shepherd Needs To Know</i></p><p>5. Infertility (sue Suomi)<br>6. Abortion (mindy Johnson)<br>7. Terminal Illness (kay Kirkbride)<br>8. Physical Disabilities (berry & Waldon)<br>9. Domestic Violence (stacey Womach)<br>10. Sexual Abuse (kathy Rodriguez)<br>11. Pornography/sexual Addiction (sandy Wilson)<br>12. Eating Disorders (kim Davidson)<br>13. Divorce (welby O'brien)<br>14. Addictions (mary Anne Fifield)<br>15. Incarcerated Women (fran Howard)<br>16. Homeless Women (jan Marshall)<br>17. Suicide (kay Bruce)<br>18. Spiritual Abuse (gerry Breshears)<br>19. Depression (chantelle Dockter)</p><p>section Iii: Healing Women In Pain<br><i>what The Healing Community Needs To Know</i></p><p>20. Environments Of Grace Offer Acceptance (bev Hislop)<br>21. Wounded Healers Reflect God's Power (shepherds Door--jan Marshall)<br>22. Authentic Soul Care Givers Generate Health (soul Care--mary Kalesse)<br>communities Of Support Bring Hope (restoration Ministries--kathy Rodriguez)</p></div>