Have you ever experienced the pain of a friend going through a divorce spawned out of infidelity? Has anyone confided with you about an issue regarding their sexuality or sexual addiction? Have you known anyone trying to cope with a terminal illness and their fear of dying? These are just some of the myriad types of issues we face as Christians living in a fallen world.

Many of these issues are challenging to us and difficult to address without personal experience or some form of training. Prior to taking the “How Can I Help?” course, many people described their experiences of dealing with people in these and other circumstances as leaving them with a “lack of words” or producing a “paralyzing effect” where they worried about saying the wrong thing or making the situation worse.

This is why Dr. W.H. “Skip” Hunt and Christian Helplines, Inc. produced the “How Can I Help?” training series. The mission of Christian Helplines is to “go and make disciples” (Matthew 28:19) while “preparing God’s people for works of service” (Ephesians 4:12).  To that end, we have a program that prepares Christians to come alongside hurting people and confidently share the love of God and the gospel of Christ.  It is a training method that emphasizes real solutions to the problems of today; answers that can only be found in God’s word.

Through the “How Can I Help?” training program, Christian Helplines has been serving churches and their communities for over 40 years. In that time, over 40,000 Christians have learned not only what it means to disciple others, but to take leadership roles within the church and initiate small group ministries with their pastors.

Click on any of the “How Can I Help?” links above or in the header of this page to learn more.

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