Pastoral Care - The Christian Congregation applied in the Real World
Most people, not only those in close-knit Christian communities, are afraid of death or even completely push any thoughts about the end of life right to the back of their minds. Having said that, saying one's goodbyes belongs to life just like birth and the joy of life itself. In these moments in life there are pastoral workers and advisors in Protestant and Catholic church communities to make this difficult phase that bit easier. Christian pastoral care is there to be personal and spiritual support and a form of accompaniment for people. This is there for those who are in crisis or find themselves in exceptional situations in life, to keep them on the path of a good and fulfilling life and to share joy and happiness with them once more.
Additionally, for this important Christian care service which is essential support from the Church for people, LOGO offers a myriad of carefully selected, informative and religious books covering the topics surrounding pastoral care, grief and consolation.
Pastoral Care from the Church in Life
The long and exciting path of faith offers people many new facets and makes life for the faithful truly fulfilling. On this long path people need to recharge more than once to find courage and strength and to hold on to them. It isn't just those going through moments of weakness who use pastoral care as a source of new energy in life and a place to spend time with one another. Not at all, in particular those in good places in life find fulfillment with the Church as a partner which people need in more difficult times.
So that beneficial, easy and comfortable discussions about difficult topics can take place for everyone, regardless of whether they are a practicing Christian or not, as a Christian Shop LOGO offers numerous materials, books, practical guides, and guide books regarding pastoral care and religious advice as well as care and support. All of our materials are easy to understand and well put together so that those who need it can work with the given advice and information without the direct support of pastoral workers. They should not and won't replace the pastoral worker but rather support their work.
LOGO promotes Christian work in the congregation and supports the helpers and carers on the ground with a mass of useful materials for daily work with seniors, visiting services and work with children and young people. Each and every one of them will be optimally accompanied during Communion, Confirmation, Baptism, Weddings and saying goodbye to those closest to them and will be supported in every situation in life. With regards to this the excellently selected range which LOGO has put together is a huge help. Whichever Christian topic might crop up, LOGO's range always has the right tool.