Caring for Those with Depression
There are different kinds of depression, but they are definitely more than “having a down day.” They need to be recognized and helped.
Guest: Tim Wesemann
Encouraging Family Caregivers
Caregiving can be lonely and isolating. How can your church step in with easy, intentional ways to encourage your caregiving members? Guest: Rev. Tim Wesemann
While pastors aren't trained counselors, they are able to discuss a variety of life issues from a scriptural perspective. However, there are practical aspects to consider in advance. Listen for what you need and how to get it.
Setting Up Care Ministry Programs
A look at how setting up a program can be crucial for its success and longevity. A 3-step process is shared for starting up (or re-tooling) your programs and launching them for success!
Guest: Frank Johnson
Implementing Care Ministries Programs
Care Ministry programs can be a natural way to serve both members and the community. Understanding your capacity and goals can help you decide how to advertise each program and set them all up for success!
Helping Those with a Terminal Illness
Few things stop someone in their tracks as does a terminal diagnosis. Get practical advice for how to care for those facing the end of this earthly life, helping them both spiritually and with the everyday details.
Hospital and Nursing Home Visits
Practical guidelines for visits, equipping volunteers, and the broader opportunity of reaching others.Guest: Rev. Tim Wesemann