Why should we care? THE ART OF HELPING … by Lauren Littauer Briggs (book giveaway)


Women’s Ministry Leaders, Pastors, Counselors, Lay People, Men, Women … anyone who knows someone who has experienced a loss … home, health, job, pet, family, friend … A GREAT RESOURCE!

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The Art of Helping addresses thirty of the most common heartaches people face and takes away your fear of involvement by helping you understand what people are most likely feeling and going through. Lauren offers practical help with a list of things to say—and what not to say.

The Art of Helping gives you examples of ways others have offered creative and heartfelt support and comfort. There is also a section of sample prayers that help the brokenhearted feel and experience the grace, healing, and comfort of a loving and compassionate God. This book is a practical, hands-on guide in any difficult situation.

——– ABOUT THE AUTHOR ——–

Lauren Littauer Briggs

Lauren Littauer Briggs has been referred to as a Someone is Hurting true “Renaissance Woman”; multi-talented, accomplished, and credentialed in her professional, spiritual, and everyday life. She is multi-faceted with interests in music, theater, literature, and history. Blended with her spiritual depth, her most important ability is to see heartache and concern in people’s lives and minister to them compassionately. She has been helping hurting hearts for over twenty years through her writing, speaking, seminars, and various support groups.

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23 comments

  1. CONGRATULATIONS to BOBBIE WISEMAN!

    She will be receiving a copy of THE ART OF HELPING by Lauren Littauer Briggs.

    Please check your email for information on how to receive your book.

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  2. Look forward to reading your book!

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  3. thank you for the opportunity to read..and use…this book.

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  4. Bobbie Wiseman · ·

    This sounds like a very helpful book, and as I get older, I need all the help I can get. I would love to win a copy of this book. Thanks for the offer.

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  5. Thanks for the giveaway! It sounds very practical. I recently had a series of posts on my blog about “faith and suffering”. And I actually have a book giveaway on my blog also at the moment for a in-depth (more theological) book on faith and suffering.

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  6. I would be so blessed to receive a free copy of this book for our ministry.

    Rev. Nancy Tucker

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  7. Nancye Davis · ·

    This sounds like a very useful book! I would love to win a copy. Thanks for the chance!

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

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  8. this book looks so useful for ministry and a passing on of wisdom would love to read this and learn new things. Thanks

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  9. Linda Kish · ·

    The older I get, the more use I feel this will be.

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  10. As a minister’s wife this book would be such an asset to helping those God sends our way. Thank you for entering me!

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  11. I would love to read this book as I just lost my Grandpa who was like a father to me….it has been the hardest loss I have ever encountered.

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  12. What a great tool to bring out the helper in all of us. I really don’t think we need to have a degree to offer the most basic helping skills. It sounds like this book can help us do just that!

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  13. Mary Tanner · ·

    Sounds like a wonderful ministry tool.

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  14. Many times we want to help, but do not know what to do or how we can help.

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  15. Melani Seman · ·

    This book sounds very exciting! I can’t wait to read it! I love practical, but I love hands-on helping!!

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  16. This sounds like a book that could be very useful. Would enjoy having this book to be able to help others.

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  17. Lacie Tidwell · ·

    Lacie Tidwell – Who hasn’t had a loss of some sort in their life?

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  18. Would find this book very useful in both ministry and work as a counsellor.

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  19. This looks ike it could be very useful in minisrty!

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  20. This world is full of hurting people. Sometimes it is so hard to know what to say and do to ease their burden.

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  21. Lauren’s book would be a valuable tool in mentoring, counseling, and offering assistance to the many hurting women I meet. Hoping this copy will be mine!
    Thank you for this great opportunity!

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  22. Many times we fail to give a helping hand because we think we need help more than those hurting. In my own life, I have realised that my hurts offer me opportunities to help others heal.

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  23. Jennifer Wright is my name and I would LOVE to have a copy of this book to use in my ministry. Seems super helpful!

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