Visitation Handbook

In the twenty first century, one of the most important questions modern churches must grapple with is how to approach the foundational model for outreach that Christ left His followers. This VISITATION HANDBOOK takes a critical look at what the Visitation Ministry means in today’s dynamic world, where pastors, the laity and church members are bombarded by apocalyptic illnesses, loneliness and rugged individualism. Relying on scriptural texts and the Spirit of Prophecy, your vexing questions regarding visitation needs answers in the pages of this timely book.

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Book Details

Format

Paperback

Publisher

Oba Kunta Octopus

Publication Date

1st January 2020

Pages

198

Genre

Christian Ministry

Language

English

ISBN

978-9966-1935-2-0

About The Author

Dr. Stephen Mogere

Dr. Stephen Mogere

Dr. Stephen N. Mogere, Ph.D has ably and gladly served at the Newlife Seventh-day Adventist Church in various capacities, as a church treasurer for five years and as a deacon for seven. Mogere is a strategic advisor at the JICA or Japan International Cooperation Agency, in Nairobi. He supports the infrastructure and evaluation sectors. He served as a faculty member in the School of Health Sciences, Kenyatta University, for many years. This book is the result of his three-year stint as the Head Deacon, when God used him to do transformative work in the ministry. He currently serves as an elder in the church and is married to Nyakoboke, with whom he has three children.

In the twenty first century, one of the most important questions modern churches must grapple with is how to approach the foundational model for outreach that Christ left His followers. This VISITATION HANDBOOK takes a critical look at what the Visitation Ministry means in today’s dynamic world, where pastors, the laity and church members are bombarded by apocalyptic illnesses, loneliness and rugged individualism. Relying on scriptural texts and the Spirit of Prophecy, your vexing questions regarding visitation needs answers in the pages of this timely book.

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