Practical Ministry Skills
Ministering to Children of Divorce
Start an effective ministry to children with divorced or separated parents.
Store Code: PS110
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"All too often the response given to parents choosing a divorce is, "Don't worry about your children. They're resilient; they will get through it." However, studies have shown that a divorce has profound effects on a child developmentally, psychologically, emotionally, and spiritually. Even more disturbing is that the greatest effect of a divorce may not be felt until children of divorce become adults. Simply put, this is not a one-time occurrence that a child deals with and then moves on. This is a life-altering event with painful, long-term outcomes.

But there is Good News! God can redeem even the most tragic and seemingly hopeless situations. Through the information and practical help offered in this 18-page resource, you'll learn how to develop a ministry to children of divorce and help both parents and children alike find hope and healing in Christ.

NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting."

This Resource contains all of the following:

No Such Thing as a "Good Divorce"
We need to own up to the long-term impact divorce has on children.

Ministering to Part-Time Kids
What do you do when kids miss church because they're visiting the "other parent"?

As If They Never Existed
When parents divorce, a child's core identity is threatened.

Common Emotions and Reactions
What to watch for as you seek to minister.

Faith Through the Lens of Divorce
Addressing spiritual issues related to children of divorce.

A Program That Meets Their Needs
Ministering to children in crisis within your children's program.

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Topics:Caring, Children, Compassion, Counseling, Crisis, Empathy, Healing, Pastoral Care, Self image, Support groups
Filters:Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Daycare worker, Deacon, Director of Christian education, Divorce care, Family ministry, Parents ministry, Pastor, Shepherd
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Stacy Albert

January 23, 2012  1:38pm

I would like to see a sample of this program please.

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