Caring for One Another

Caring for One Another
8 Ways to Cultivate Meaningful Relationships (Crossway, 2018)

WHO: Edward T. Welch, a counselor and faculty member at the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation.

HE SAYS: “When you connect your troubles with Scripture, you are joining your life to the promises, graces and commands of God.”

THE BIG IDEA: A short, user-friendly guide for churches to use to come together as the body of Christ and take better care of one another.

The eight chapters in this short read follow the same pattern: a lesson followed by discussion and response questions. Chapter titles include “With All Humility,” “Move Toward Others,” “Know the Heart,” “Know the Critical Influences, “Be Personal and Pray,” Talk about Sin” and “Remember and Reflect.”

“Wisdom, humility, and love seek the help of those who have more experience than we do—pastors, friends who have gone through similar problems, friends who have helped those with similar problems, and professional helpers. This is the church working together.”

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