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If we love, we care. If we care, we disciple.

While everybody cares, people naturally care as the world cares, not as Jesus commands. Think about it. If believers and church leaders naturally loved God and loved people, there would be no need for the Great Commandment. Why?  Because people don’t need to be commanded to do what comes naturally. (SEE Luke 6:46, John 14:21).

We provide the training materials and support churches need to equip and embolden deacons, elders, ministry leaders, and others within their congregation to love and care about others in ways that closely align with Scriptures and the mission of the Church.

TESTIMONIAL: Your training guides are so practical, so biblical, and so understandable. We love the way the material is organized, the strong biblical approach, and the continual emphasis on discipleship.

Caring is quite possibly the ultimate discipling opportunity

Despite the popularity of an issue-oriented and programmatic approach to caring ministry, the Bible presents a model of care that is entirely different. Care Ministry provides the framework and training churches need to:

  • Establish or expand and repurpose their care ministry
  • Embrace a biblically-based discipling model of care
  • Equip church leaders, care teams and others to care well
  • Enact a culture that is more relational and less programmatic 

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!

What sets your church apart as a caring Christian community?

The human tendency is to focus on people’s circumstances, show kindness, seek solutions, give unsolicited advice, and care in ways that make us feel good about helping. Jesus, however, commands us to love as He loved - John 13:34-35.

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When we love as Jesus loved, we concern ourselves with the heart and soul of people, show compassion, and express care in ways that forge deeper relationships and foster spiritual growth.

FREE - Caring Fundamentals eBook

Get your FREE copy of our eBook. In it, we explain our Ministry framework (See Triangle), distinguish between caring for and caring about people, and more. 

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!

The Love Padlock photo taken by Petar Milošević {source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=41501847} is used with permission.

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