There is a deep, compassionate skill involved in giving crisis ministry. It is a time to be what the systems theorists have long called a non-anxious presence in the midst of the situation, providing a calm, caring bulwark of peace and equilibrium. Read Chapters 6, 9, 11, 12, 20, 25, 28 in your Roberts textbook. https://nook.barnesandnoble.com/products/9781594734038/sample Username: firstname.lastname@example.org password: Love0808! Read five case studies found on pp. 77-83 in your Gleason textbook Vol. 2. Watch the following videos: The Power of Crisis Ministry (Links to an external site.) (15:54-17:35) Chaplain Crisis Care (Links to an external site.) (49:56) Be prepared to discuss one insight, application, and lesson learned from the assigned reading and videos regarding the role of the chaplain in providing pastoral care to persons in crisis. Describe how to be a non-anxious presence in the midst of a crisis situation.