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Emergency Response Handbook for Small Group Leaders
Emergency Response Handbook for Small Group Leaders
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Emergency Response Handbook for Small Group Leaders

You want to help—a church member faces a terminal illness, good friends of yours just lost their child, a member of your group is struggling with an addiction, the death of a child, divorce, addiction, terminal illness—but you feel unsure how to help.

Prepare yourself with practical ways to love others through their greatest challenges. People face difficult, painful stuff in life—and they shouldn't struggle alone. But what do you say? How do you help? What if you make things worse?

This rapid-response handbook gives you and your small group the confidence to share God's love and comfort with hurting friends. You will be prepared to respond with 12 chapters focused on twelve emergencies that people you care for may encounter.

Each chapter includes:
  • Real Life Narrative—Learn from someone who has been there
  • Care and Counseling Tips—Practical ideas to personally reach out in love
  • Tips for your entire small group—Great ways your group can offer support
  • What to say and What not to say—Positive encouragement to help the hurting, and advice on what not to say
You'll also find Scripture connections, guidelines for referring your friend to a professional counselor, additional resources, and ways your group can stand by your friend in need.

Product Details

Format: paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 5 x 7
ISBN: 9780764431814
Publisher: Group Publishing
Pub. Date: July 3, 2006

Table of Contents

Introduction
  1. The Death of a Child—Supporting Parents through the Tragedy
  2. The Death of a Spouse—Loving People During Their Greatest Loss
  3. Depression—Supporting Your Friend in the Darkness
  4. Suicide—Intervening Before It’s Too Late
  5. Addiction—Offering Love and Support to Those Who Are Trying to Quit
  6. Divorce—Helping Your Friend Cope With All of Its Difficulties
  7. Financial Crisis—Overcoming the Insecurities of Money Trouble
  8. Unemployment—Supporting a Friend through the Emotional Roller Coaster
  9. Rebellious Child—Helping Parents Lovingly Raise a “Problem Child”
10. Terminal Illness—Walking with Your Friend through the Valley of the Shadow of Death
11. Broken Fellowship—Overcoming Fractures, Fights, and Feuds
12. Church Scandal—Helping People Keep the Faith When Their Church Is Struggling
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