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5 Things Any Congregation Can Do to Care for Others

by Cusick, Jason

WPH 2009

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Overview

In our age of brokenness and hurt, the Christian church is called to come alongside people with the life-giving Gospel of Christ. Unfortunately, many churches assume that well-intentioned Christians not only know how to do this, but are actually doing it. Such is not the case. Pastors, lay leaders, and church members will find in this simple resource ideas that empower and train people to minister to one another. This book equips and encourages believers to continue Christ’s call to care for others.

Cusick offers practical guidance for every believer on ministering to the needs of others. Readers will be equipped to comfort the hurting, assist the needy, offer recovery for the addicted, encourage the aged, and provide spiritual care training for everyone.

With the Logos edition of this resource you have an abundance of resources that offer applicable and insightful material to guide you in your journey of fulfilling the Great Commission. You can easily search the subject of leadership and evangelism and access an assortment of useful resources and perspectives from a variety of pastors and theologians.

Key Features

  • Practical and simple tips on how to live out the Great Commandment
  • Applicable for pastors, church leaders, and laypeople

Product Details

  • Title: 5 Things Any Congregation Can Do to Care for Others
  • Author: Jason Cusick
  • Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 96

About Jason Cusick

Jason Cusick is the pastor of Care Ministries at Journey of Faith Church in Manhattan Beach, CA, where he oversees grief ministry, one-to-one lay caregiving, convalescent ministry, recovery ministry, and pastoral care for the 2,000-person congregation. Formerly a hospital chaplain, Jason is a board certified chaplain with experience in bedside care, crisis ministry, bioethics, and end of life issues.