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Some young ministers may not have been around death or serious illnesses. They may feel inadequate with words during times of illness or disease.
Hospital visits by a pastor are for those in the hospital, those who are preparing for a surgery, as well as other family members. There is a special comfort when a person’s pastors walks in the
door. A visiting pastor brings calmness into an otherwise chaotic situation. Printable Version link at the bottom of this article.
A visit should include a heart-felt concern about an upcoming operation, test, illness, recovery, and yet brining hope to those who need it. One should come into the room quietly, respecting the decency of the individual as well as respecting those who are there visiting. Asking questions to the patient or other family members is normal. Being light-hearted and encouraging can be appropriate but again, respect the gravity of the situation.
Sometimes it can be difficult to visit a patient in the hospital, but you can have a positive influence on them, whether they are your friend, family, church member, prospective church member, or relative of a church member.
Listed below are some simple visitor guidelines, including the Do’s and Don’t’s. These may be able to give you confidence you need for your visits.
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