Homebound congregational members are people who are not able to be physically present in the church sanctuary for worship services.
Topic: 1 Caring for People Inside the Church
Inactive members are members who voluntarily stop attending worship. Engaging them is a spiritual concern because being away from Word and Sacrament is a great risk.
The parish nurse provides wholistic care for the person of any age; they are registered nurses who serve in the church setting.
Shutdowns have afforded many families time at home to study God’s Word. Here are tips on starting (and maintaining) the habit of doing family devotions.
Rates of domestic abuse are on the rise as a result of COVID lockdowns. How can the church respond in mercy to help those affected by this situation?
This Bible study explores the relationship between fear, love and faith in the Christian life and the comfort that Christ brings in the midst of fear.
This Bible study walks through what the church can and can’t do to help those who are suffering with depression in the midst of the pandemic.
It can be difficult to find the right words to say when providing spiritual care. Scripture passages, hymns, and prayers are a solid foundation.
This Bible Study explores what Scripture and the Lutheran Confessions tell us about anger at a time when there is so much anger in our world.
These resources will equip church workers and congregations to care for their neighbors as they reach out in mercy during the coronavirus pandemic.
These materials will help church members start or stay in an active devotional routine even as they are physically distant from their congregations.
These resources will help church workers and laity alike provide and receive spiritual care and comfort in the midst of these challenging times.