Helping hurting people is challenging. But what do you do when someone’s reaction to his suffering intensifies his pain? CareLeader.org provides practical answers to this question. Read and be better prepared to help those who’ve made their troubles worse.
God is like an elevator; He lets people down—at least that’s what many people I’ve met would say. In my work for Church Initiative, building curricula to help suffering people … [Read More]
In the midst of pain, people are vulnerable and more susceptible to making choices that make their current suffering even worse. The problem is, they don’t realize this. They’re … [Read More]
It’s not unusual for adults who are grieving to make their suffering worse. Many times this happens without their realizing it. They hurt and they want the pain to stop, so they … [Read More]
If you’ve been in ministry for a while, I’m sure you’ve encountered hurting people who resist biblical counsel. They are quick to say something like, “Yeah, I know that, but …” Assuming … [Read More]