The Worst Loss Group Curriculum
Including the award-winning short film Day Zero
Caring for others in pain is not just the job of pastors and counselors. The Worst Loss curriculum is designed to help anyone be better prepared to come alongside a family member, friend, or church member who has suffered the trauma of sudden loss. This curriculum includes 6 short films that present real people sharing their stories of loss
Session 1 – Day Zero: Survivors share their experiences from the day their worlds changed. When others are present during the time following loss it can be hard to find the right thing to door say.
Session 2 – Aftermath: When the shock and activity surrounding a death fade, what’s left is emptiness and pain. Too often people face the aftermath alone.
Session 3 – One Of A Kind: Our Worst Loss families demonstrate the importance of celebrating the identity and life of the person they’ve lost.
Session 4 – Questions: One of the most common struggles for people who have experienced the worst loss is trying to find answers to hard questions. Helping someone explore questions about God, themselves, their loved one, and the future is an important element of support.
Session 5 – Don’t Try To Fix Me: So often we want people to move past their pain and struggle. This session helps participants
Session 6 – Where Is The Good: Exploring the ways God can bring good out of the worst loss.
- Facilitator Guide
- Group Guidelines
- Six short films
- Leader-facilitated discussion guides
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