MINISTERING TO GRIEVING PEOPLE
At some point in the life of your congregation, everyone will experience grief in one form or another. It’s unavoidable. Understanding how to best care for those suffering losses, as well as the critical distinction between grief and mourning, will be the difference-maker.
How will you make sure your church is “End of Life Safe?”
EXPAND YOUR HEART & MIND
Understanding the reality of grieving – and how it’s viewed within culture and the church – will open your eyes to the differences, and the need for a time and place to mourn.
Walking through loss and grief with someone can feel like a rollercoaster. Learn the coaching skills that allow people to feel supported no matter how hard the ride is.
For a grieving person, acclimating to a new normal isn’t easy. By learning their story and giving them time to process, you’ll be able to offer hope and celebrate their growth.
BECOMING A SAFE SPACE
Learn the practical ways of making your faith community “End of Life Safe.” From active support groups to an ongoing system of follow-up, this work includes everyone.
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