Have you ever wondered exactly what to say to someone mourning the loss of a loved one? Or have you ever said something and afterwards just wanted to kick yourself?
Many do not know how to respond to people suffering with loss. Author Mitch Schultz shares how to minister more effectively to others who are suffering from loss with practical insights learned both as a pastor and as a grieving parent. It is his goal to help the church to become deeply involved in the lives of those who grieve and mourn - to minister to them with all the love and care found in Jesus Himself.
About the author:
Mitch A. Schultz has served for nearly 30 years as a pastor with the Christian and Missionary Alliance. He grew up in Indonesia, where his parents worked as missionaries. He has also lived and worked in England and four American states. He and his wife, Elaine, have three children and currently live in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains in Georgia. Mitch and Elaine met at Toccoa Falls (Georgia) College, where Mitch received a bachelor of arts in cross- cultural ministries. He later received a master's in Biblical counseling from Trinity Seminary (Newburgh, Ind.). Mitch is the founder and director of Fruitful Vine Ministry, an organization helping discouraged pastors and ministry leaders discover spiritual health so they can effectively impact the world for Christ.