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AfricaPraying: A Handbook on HIV/AIDS Sensitive Sermon Guidelines and Liturgy

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How should the church and its leaders deal with the origin and meaning of HIV/AIDS, and with the stigma it engenders? How should they address the needs of those affected, and minister to the infected? This resource book is designed for all who have to handle situations created by this relatively new epidemic - church leaders/workers, Sunday school teachers, youth leaders, ...more
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Published January 1st 2003 by World Council of Churches
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Keith Vermeulen
May 07, 2010 Keith Vermeulen added it
Recommends it for: clery, religious and community educators
Recommended to Keith by: Rev. Teboho Klaas
Have you ever wondered how the community of faith or a Church ought to sensitively and responsibly handle the sensitive issues of sexual health, HIV/AIDS and related stignatisation, sexual orientation and homophobia within the setting of worship and liturgical development?

Dr. Dube has complied a powerful tool to address these issues and more within the moral and spiritual resources in Africa without skirting the cultural and moral challenges that render them taboo. Religion education and/or work
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