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Responding to a Crisis
Be ready when your church leaders need to act under pressure.
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These five articles will help you be prepared for allegations of misconduct, tragic deaths, bomb threats, fire emergencies, or natural disasters. You'll learn how others have handled difficult situations, and receive tips for preparing in advance so that your church will be strengthened in the midst of crisis.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Crisis Situations
All pastors live squarely on a fault line. The question is not if a crisis will come but when. Even though I can’t schedule them, I can learn to be prepared.

Prepared for A Crisis?
Make sure your congregation knows what to do in case of a bomb threat, fire, or scandal.

Confronted with the Shameful
How one church handled allegations of misconduct against their youth pastor.

Leader’s Insight: Leadership in Crisis
Lessons for leaders from Hurricane Katrina.

Crisis Ready
Tragedies are inevitable but never expected. When the next one occurs, will your church be strengthened or shattered?

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Rest and Renewal for Busy Church Leaders
Consider ways to work in more opportunities for rest and renewal amid all the pressures and busyness of daily ministry.

How Can I Keep From Wearing Out?
Practical help for avoiding burnout.

Partnering with the Persecuted
Meeting the Christians in Laos.

Topics:Conflict, Confrontation, Controversy, Crisis, Healing, Restoration, Transformation
Filters:Church board, Counseling, Divorce care, Pastoral care, Preaching
References:Ephesians 6:13
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