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HIV Ministry Transitions: Steps to Develop an HIV-Compassionate Church (Facilitator Guide/BW) By Joseph Collins
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HIV Ministry Transitions: Steps to Develop an HIV-Compassionate Church (Facilitator Guide)(Black & White) [Contains valuable Facilitator Notes] The Facilitator Guide offered by Ezra House... More > Publishing is designed to provide your pastor, education ministry, or lay leaders the tools they need to deliver scripturally-inspired and factually-informed training in a learning environment that is fun, engaging, and most of all - transformative! The first eight modules contain learning activities designed to teach Christian-based facts and principles on the impact of HIV/AIDS, viral risks, the dangers of religious-based stigma, and the scriptural foundations of compassion and HIV ministry. The HIV Ministry Transitions curriculum also contains four additional modules aimed at training a congregation and leadership team in the art and science of developing the right community relationships, understanding how HIV services are delivered, and helping them position the ministry programs that God lays on their hearts.< Less
HIV Ministry Transitions: Steps to Develop an HIV-Compassionate Church (Participant Guide/BW) By Joseph Collins
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HIV Ministry Transitions: Steps to Develop an HIV-Compassionate Church (Participant Guide)(Black & White) The Participant Guide offered by Ezra House is designed to provide your ministry staff... More > and congregation the materials they need to participate in scripturally-inspired and factually-informed training that is fun, engaging, and most of all - transformative! The HIV Ministry Transitions training curriculum is designed in 12 modules for six (6) hours of thought-provoking and discussion-packed training. The first eight modules teach HIV impact, compassion, and scriptural understanding. The next four (4) modules empower congregational leaders to consider and walk in active HIV ministry. They are aimed at training a congregation and leadership team in the art and science of developing the right community relationships, understanding how HIV services are delivered, and helping them position the ministry programs and activities that God lays on their hearts.< Less