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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2007|
Equip your leaders to minister to someone after he or she has lost a job. The articles in this tool cover a variety of topics, like counseling the jobless and recovering from one's own sudden job loss. Discover how to help people make good financial decisions in the wake of job loss and learn how the subject of vocation can be handled from the pulpit. Also, use the overview of action steps and important concerns to ensure sensitivity when a situation first arises.
This Training Pack contains all of the following:
Title: A Quick Guide For Action
Deck: Key points for caregiving ministry.
Title: Forced Out
Deck: A fired pastor shares the lessonsa and unexpected blessingsa from his job loss.
Author: Gary D. Preston
Title: The Role of the Church
Deck: How the whole people of God can minister to the unemployed.
Author: interview Jeff M. Sellers
Title: Coaching and Careers
Deck: Helpers who coach, whether formally or informally, can assist jobless people.
Author: Gary R. Collins
Title: The Initial Shock
Deck: Behaviors and feelings to watch for from people dealing with recent job loss.
Author: Donna Bennett
Title: Staying Afloat
Deck: Offer these insights about how to survive financially after a job loss.
Author: The Financial Planning Association
Title: Employment Ministries in the Church
Deck: Your church can help the unemployed turn the corner and focus on the future.
Author: Richard A. Roberts and Michael Jinkins
Title: Building a Mentor Team
Deck: Organize a corps of church leaders to help families afflicted by unemployment.
Author: Amy L. Sherman
Title: Take this Job and Love It
Deck: Down time is a chance to examine how God can best use your work.
Author: Steve May