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CARING FOR THOSE IN CRISIS PB

CARING FOR THOSE IN CRISIS PB
In a day of advanced medical technology, many families will at some point be forced to face a complicated medical crisis with a loved one. ...
 
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ISBN/EAN: 9781587431913
Stock: 1
Publisher: BRAZOS PRESS
Author: MOTTRAM KENNETH
 
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In a day of advanced medical technology, many families will at some point be forced to face a complicated medical crisis with a loved one. All too often, these situations entail spiritual and ethical dilemmas for which most families are not prepared. At such times, many families turn to their pastor not only for spiritual care but also for wise counsel in the decisions they face. Unfortunately, most pastors have received little or no training in this important aspect of ministry. Kenneth Mottram, an experienced hospital chaplain, writes to better equip pastors and other church leaders to minister to patients and their families in times of crisis and confusion. He provides a Christian model for ethical decision making and addresses such issues as organ donation, living wills, and withdrawing life support. He offers counsel on helping patients and families face mortality and gives practical advice on hospital visitation, prayer, and serving as advocate for the family to the medical staff. The book is peppered throughout with case studies and real-life situations the author has faced in his ministry.
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