Compassionate Care for the Sick and Hurting
Building up and Equipping the Body of Christ
Compassionate Care for the Sick and Hurting is an interactive, small group seminar dealing with basic skills of life. Everyone, regardless of age or occupation will benefit from the information in this vital teaching tool.
Written in an easy to follow handbook, "Compassionate Care" consists of ten sessions which include the following DVD's:
Effects of Prayer Triplets
Led by Carolyn Lee
Staff panel at North Mississippi Medical Center, Tupelo, MS
The Ethics of Spiritual Care
By Harvey Elder, MD
Chief, Infectious Disease Dept. (Ret.), VA Hospital, Loma Linda, CA
Sieze the Moment!
by Georgia Cohen RN,
Cardiac Care, and Hospice Chaplain, Pittsburg, PA
My Glimpse of Eternity
by Betty Malz,
Former patient, FL
Other Topics Include
Foundation of our Christian Faith. Our gifts and resources. Dealing with Emergencies. Questions That are Seldom Asked.Taking a Spiritual History, Ethics of Spiritual Care, End of Life Discussions.
Dealing with Depression and Grief
Health Related Ministries for Churches
When to Pray
Care of Elderly Parents
Nursing Home Ministries
And much more…
This course has been accredited for 10 hours of continuing education through the California Board of Registered Nurses. Provider #02433.
For CEU Certificate there's a $20 charge.
This seminar is being given in classrooms, hospitals, churches and private homes. Ideal size of groups varies from ten to more.
Workbook with 4 DVDs, Leaders Guidelines,
Copy of book "Lord, You are so Amazing": $45
Participants Handbooks: $10
Mail check to:
Hospital Christian Fellowship
PO Box 4004, San Clemente, CA 92674
(Sorry, no credit cards)
Phone: (949) 496-7655 or Contact Us
Prayer and Scalpel: Surgeons Who Pray for Patients
A Doctor Who Prays with Patients
Dr. Davdi Levy, author 'Gray Matter'
Prayer and Healthcare
Neurosurgeon Dr. David Levy wanted to bring his faith into his practice because he believed that he needed to use all the means God can use for healing – even prayer. Since he has addressed his patients' spirituality and made prayer a part of his regular interactions with his patients, he has seen positive results. He says his patients' lives have reached levels in their spiritual, physical, and emotional health that they never had before.