The woman had been killed in an automobile accident. Her husband was on the way to the hospital. I met their minister in the hospital corridor. In utter desperation, he confided to me, "I feel so uncomfortable coming to the hospital. It's such a foreign environment. I don't know what to say or do. I've never done this before. Please tell me what to do."
When the unexpected arises and you find the one you care about hospitalized or homebound, are you equipped to support them effectively?
Difficult situations can catch us off guard and unprepared.
This concise "how to" guide is a succinct resource that will give you tools to help you proceed with confidence as you minister to the sick, suffering and dying. A Travel Companion Edition of associated healing and deliverance scriptures and prayers taken from this handbook is also available.
A SUCCINCT RESOURCE PROVIDING TOOLS TO HELP YOU PROCEED WITH CONFIDENCE AS YOU MINISTER TO THE SICK, SUFFERING AND DYING.
Topics containing proper techniques and pertinent instruction include:
~Ministry to Different Populations
~Roadblocks to Communication
~Support of Dying and Bereaved
~Healing and Deliverance Scriptures and Prayers
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About the Author
She is Board Certified with the Association of Professional Chaplains. Derry carries a Doctor of Ministry specializing in Christian Counseling, a Masters of Divinity, a MA in Christian Psychology, a BA in Religion, and BS in both Personal Ministries and in Psychology. Derry is a former adjunct professor of the Trinity Bible College and received the VIP Woman of the Year award from the National Association of Professional Women. She continues her Chaplaincy work as well as her work in spiritual guidance and pastoral responsibilities.
Derry is a sought-after National and International speaker and teacher and has been a guest on TV and radio, addressing chaplaincy and spiritual growth. She is known for her compassionate heart, humor and life-changing inspirational stories of faith.