Pastoral Care Under the Cross: God in the Midst of Suffering – Revised

$19.95

Description

The elderly, AIDS patients, the dying, mourners, the mentally ill, the depressed. Many of you may regularly come into contact with these people who are dealing with death and the struggles of life. This book written by an experienced chaplain helps pastors and lay people in ministering to these special needs. The book also considers a Christian’s response to medical-ethics questions including euthanasia.

 


Fall ’21
Required FLS textbook for Pastoral Theology course taught by Dr. James Molstre, Dean of FLS.


Fall ’20
Required FLS textbook for Principles of Pastoral Theology course taught by Dr. James Molstre, Dean of FLS.


Fall ’19
Required FLS textbook for Pastoral Theology course taught by Dr. James Molstre, Dean of FLS.


Pastoral Care Under the Cross is a practical guide for pastors who visit the sick and who generally shepherd the flock of God. Eyer is a former chaplain and pastor with much experience in this area of ministry. Probably the most helpful aspect of this book is the practical examples he gives from his own experience. Through his “stories,” he communicates what pastoral ministry looks like, very raw with emotion, and real problems. This book will be especially helpful to those pastors beginning the pastoral ministry.
—Dr. James Molstre