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When the Church Stops Caring, EPUB eBook

When the Church Stops Caring EPUB


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Have you ever been involved in church and not felt cared for? Have you been frustrated by the apparent lack of love and concern within the church community? Come on an investigative journey into the world of Christian care. Beth Murray takes an indepth look at the crisis of care ministries in the church. She defines care, looks into reclaiming "Christian hospitality," examines issues of cultural relevance and pulls out four levels of care as defined in scripture. Building on these four levels, Murray presents ways to build care, love, and concern into the Christian community. This is a transformational work regarding the need to resurrect and revamp how we do "care" in the church. Murray combines humour, inspiration, Biblical scholarship, psychological principles and a caring lens to address the present crises related to care in the North American church. The book is engaging, challenging and provocative--hopefully it will prompt life change in how you view God, yourself, family, friends, strangers and the body of Christ--the Christian church.



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