Grief management: Programming for care in the local church1998
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This project dissertation, entitled "Grief Management: Programming for Care in the Local Church", addresses the issue of grief that is caused by the death of a significant other. This work also includes information on the dynamics of grief; grief management resources from psychological, sociological, and theological perspectives. In addition, it gives an overview of the African American church as a resource for grief support.
The dissertation provides a model for programming for grief management and grief support for the Ben Hill United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Georgia.
0325: African Americans
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Philosophy, religion and theology, Social sciences, Psychology, Grief management, Local church, Care programming
Grief management: Programming for care in the local church
Helton, Carol Norman
DAI-A 67/10, Apr 2007
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Country of publication
Interdenominational Theological Center
United States -- Georgia
Dissertations & Theses
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Copyright UMI - Dissertations Publishing 1998