A New Resource
Who uses the book?
About Emergency Ministry
'Ministry in Disaster Settings - Lessons from the Edge' by Stephen Robinson

A wide range of people find this book valuable:
Ministers and chaplains in training and in practice; peer and pastoral support teams; denominational leaders and other carers of clergy including clinical psychologists dealing with clergy recovery. This resource is also informative for lay people wanting to know more about the theology and practice of trauma ministry.

The book has been ordered in bulk for Chaplains and ministry agents for the State Emergency Service (SES), NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS), NSW Fire Brigades, Police, Anglicare and UnitingCare Patrol ministries.  It has become a valuable resource for ministry agents of the Salvation Army, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Catholic, Australian Christian Churches, Anglican, Baptist and Uniting Churches and within theological seminaries and emergency services’ libraries throughout Australia.

It has also been used across the world in relation to pastoral trauma training in Canada, and World Vision International has distributed it in conjuction with their Pastoral Crisis Intervention courses in Indonesia and Nairobi for their aid workers.