“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” John 13:34 & 35 NIV®.
Jesus is our example of how to love one another. In the Bible we have example after example of how he did this: he healed people, he placed value on people that others rejected and commands us to do the same. Showing love is not a charitable choice, it is a commandment to just and right living. It is every Christian’s calling. Click here to read more about biblical justice.
One Another Care follows the example of Jesus and fulfils the mandate for ministry for the whole body of Christ – the church. A church that demonstrates ‘One Another Care’ will become a healthy, loving and restorative community that is welcoming to others. Such care may be formally expressed in structured Health and Pastoral Care ministries. Click here to read more.
If you feel you need some training and resources to care for one another, we can help.
We can help you and your church build biblical understanding of caring for one another and the power of hope, connection and community.
Read more about health and pastoral care ministry – what it is, continuum or care, and the Biblical principles underpinning it, by clicking here.
Your church can build upon this foundation of caring for one another with training models that promote friendship and inclusion, coaching/mentoring using strength-based approaches, and specific skill training to effectively support your community’s vulnerable people. Click the links below to learn more.
Other workshops, seminars, masterclasses and conferences – covering a range of topics based on some of the common issues people experience in life, self-care and pastoral care skill masterclasses, eg.
Baptist Care SA is willing to provide the training FREE to Baptist Churches including the provision of advertising material and participants workbooks at a time and place to suit your needs. The church needs to provide the venue including setting and packing up, refreshments, and secure 8-10 participants.
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To help you provide practical support we offer the following resources:
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For help getting started or growing your health, pastoral care and related outreach ministries please contact our team:
Dr. Anne van Loon, (08) 8273 7100 (Mon-Wed), email@example.com
Vicky Legge, (08) 8273 7100 (Tues-Thurs), firstname.lastname@example.org