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Growing Through Disaster: Tools for Financial and Trauma Recovery in Your Faith Community
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Growing Through Disaster: Tools for Financial and...

Smith, Clayton L. Paperback

Communities suffer from many types of traumas and disasters: hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, fires, earthquakes, and other natural or human-made disasters. Growing Though Disaster can assist in recovery from any of these disasters and the associated...+

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Communities suffer from many types of traumas and disasters: hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, fires, earthquakes, and other natural or human-made disasters. Growing Though Disaster can assist in recovery from any of these disasters and the associated aftermath: business closings, loss of local industry, recession, high unemployment, etc.

After first-responders leave, Growing Through Disaster continues to assist faith communities and their leaders in the real recovery process. This resource is ultimately focused on helping the entire community gain/re-gain financial strength, which is achieved by individuals working together through this resource's content in small support groups. Leaders will gather people in their community to participate in the process authors Clayton Smith and Matt Schoenfeld provide, a process developed through their significant experience in assisting communities recover from disaster and trauma. The process leads to spiritually-rooted recovery for the people and their community.


Publisher    ABINGDON PRESS
Format    Paperback
Language    English
Publication Date    09/03/2019
Abridged    No
Large Print    No
Pages    176
Width    6
Height    0.3
Length    8.9
Units    1
EAN    9781501890918
Author    Smith, Clayton L.