Author Judith Isaacs-Herrig’s Newly Released “Christians Have Crisis? Understanding Crisis and the Aftermath” is a Teaching Tool for those in Ministry

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“Christians Have Crisis? Understanding Crisis and the Aftermath” from Christian Faith Publishing author Judith Isaacs-Herrig, M.Ed., QIDP is a fact- and faith-based resource for teaching Christians about crisis survival and mental illness and encouraging motivation, problem solving, and healing by seeking God though prayer and biblical knowledge.

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“Christians Have Crisis? Understanding Crisis and the Aftermath”: an invaluable tool for those in managerial, pastoral, or caregiving positions shedding a compassionate light on what a person in crisis might be experiencing. “Christians Have Crisis? Understanding Crisis and the Aftermath” is the creation of published author Judith Isaacs-Herrig, M.Ed., QIDP, a married mother and grandmother with thirty years of experience in human service, from direct care staff to corporate-level management. Judy has worked closely with Child Protective Services, family court, and law enforcement, and has dedicated her professional life to reaching out to people in crisis.

Judith shares, “Of course, Christians have crisis! As human beings, we are surrounded by temptation, we all make mistakes and we all suffer with trials in our lives. Unfortunately, there are well-intended Christians who attempt to minister to those suffering or in crisis without realizing how their words of wisdom could actually be counterproductive and potentially harmful."

This book is a resource for ministry leaders, parents, teachers, and caregivers regarding mental illness, chronic pain, abortion, abuse, and addictions. It also covers marital and family issues. There are facts included throughout the book to reveal the prevalence of each topic and listed resources to increase knowledge in those areas. Scripture is included throughout the book to provide solid Christian counsel through each topic.

The author continues, "If someone came up to you today to reveal they are considering suicide or that they are addicted to porn or prescribed drugs, would you know what to say to them? What if someone wants to talk to you because they believe their spouse is having an affair, or a mother believes her child is being molested or bullied, or their adult child is being abused by their spouse? Would you know how to advise them? Are your words subjective? Are they productive? Are your words factual and scriptural?

"As a church, we need to teach that Christ is a loving and forgiving God. We need to have compassion for the misunderstood. As a church, we need to be knowledgeable of current fads, common problems in societies and families so we know how to respond to crises appropriately. As a church, we need to encourage a safe environment for those in need. We need to minister to people with open minds and open hearts. And we need to know when it is time to reach out for professional help.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Judith Isaacs-Herrig, M.Ed., QIDP’s new book is a trove of information about crisis treatment and survival based on a lifetime of experience as a human service professional, a parent, and a Christian.

View a synopsis of “Christians Have Crisis? Understanding Crisis and the Aftermath” on YouTube.

Readers can purchase “Christians Have Crisis? Understanding Crisis and the Aftermath” at traditional brick and mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Christians Have Crisis? Understanding Crisis and the Aftermath”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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