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?
Topic: 2 Caring for People Outside the Church
It can be difficult to find the right words to say when providing spiritual care. Scripture passages, hymns, and prayers are a solid foundation.
Disaster can strike at any time. When it does, church workers are called upon to respond to the needs of their congregations and surrounding communities.
The Rev. Heath Curtis, Coordinator for LCMS Stewardship Ministry, addresses what your church can do to respond at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
These resources will help educators and LCMS churches with schools navigate crisis management and leadership in the school setting.
This resource answers “why” and “how” a church should respond in love with Christ’s mercy during times of disaster.
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.
Vocation plays an important role in applying faith and using God-given gifts. Resources equip pre-teens to share the Gospel in their vocational roles.
Churches should provide service and leadership opportunities to youth so they can serve while making meaningful contributions to the community of believers.
In response to our Savior’s call to love our neighbors, congregations engage people with physical, psychological, or emotional needs by providing care in a variety of ways.