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Author: Gerald J. Calhoun
ISBN: 0809127539
Subcategory: Christian Living
Pages 173 pages
Publisher Paulist Pr (February 1, 1986)
Language English
Category: Christians and Bibles
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by Gerald J. Calhoun


Pastoral Companionship. by Gerald J. Calhoun. Pastoral Companionship: Ministry With Seriously Ill-Persons and Their Families.

Pastoral Companionship. 0809127539 (ISBN13: 9780809127535).

Personal Name: Calhoun, Gerald J. Publication, Distribution, et. New York (C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. ministry with seriously-ill persons and their families. Published 1986 by Paulist Press in New York. Church work with the sick, Familienseelsorge.

Family members, close friends, and pastors may not be able to cure their loved one of mental illness; but they .

Family members, close friends, and pastors may not be able to cure their loved one of mental illness; but they can care and they can support. Ministry at its most basic level is to listen well. People are helped by being heard; this is itself a powerful form of love. Although the contributors write primarily for pastors, counselors, and other such Christian workers, the book should prove helpful to all Christian readers who want to understand mental illness so that they can help those who suffer. Dave Deuel The Christian Institute on Disability Agoura Hills, California, USA.

Ministry With Persons Wi. .has been added to your Cart. It is detailed and covers many different mental illnesses. I highly recommend this book to anyone with a mental iness and to those who have a family member who is suffering. 3 people found this helpful.

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As philosopher and theologian Martin Buber would characterize the situation, the person suffering from these illnesses is treated as an it rather than a thou (Buber 1958).

Church work with the mentally ill. 2. Mentally ill-Pastoral counseling of. 3. Pastoral psychology. As philosopher and theologian Martin Buber would characterize the situation, the person suffering from these illnesses is treated as an it rather than a thou (Buber 1958). Maintaining physical, emotional, and spiritual distance becomes the modus operandi that exacerbates the plight of the sufferers and their families. While most major religious traditions would affirm the inestimable value of human beings, both leprosy and mental illness detract from that precept, resulting in further marginalization and alienation of the sufferer.

Pastoral Companionship: Ministry With Seriously Ill-Persons and Their Families