Christian care is not intuitive
Despite good intentions, when interacting with people who are facing difficult situations and struggling, Christians regularly do and say things that come across as uncaring. We provide the biblically-based training and resources churches need to equip leaders, care teams, and churchgoers to express care in ways that align with Scripture and make a meaningful and lasting difference.
Caring ministry may be the ultimate discipleship opportunity as it is often during times of trouble that people are most open and eager to experience the love of Christ and place their trust in Him. Church, we were made for times such as these.
TESTIMONIAL: For years we assumed we were doing a good job of loving and caring for people. You have opened our eyes and exposed us to a whole new world. Your training guides and tools for ministry leaders are excellent! Realizing the biblical-basis and core principles of caring changes everything.
Care Ministry is devoted to helping churches:
- Embrace a biblically-based discipling model of care
- Establish and/or expand a caring ministry
- Equip care teams and others with biblical training
- Empower people to show compassion and share hope
- Eliminate the awkwardness that is inherent to caring
- Enact a culture that is more relational and less programmatic
TESTIMONIAL: Having personally suffered a significant loss, I could write a book on all things people do and say that are more hurtful than helpful! Caring is about loving one another, not simply following lists of things "to do" and what not to say. Whether a pastor, church leader, or member of a congregation, EVERY Christian really needs to know and understand the biblical teachings and embrace the core biblical principles included in your Faith Fundamentals training series!
Care Ministry offers four types of resources
All of our resources are geared toward:
TESTIMONIAL: “While I always thought I was a caring person, I now realize that I have been doing more to satisfy my own curiosity than to show compassion to others. I was deceived into thinking that being friendly was caring. It’s not – it’s superficial and inconsiderate. You have helped us grasp core Biblical principles and caring concepts. We are grateful for your support and your training is amazing!