This article looks at the manner in which deacons must conduct their family visits. They must fulfil their task in giving instruction, comfort and mercy. They must discover and attend to the needs of the congregation, practise confidentiality, understand vulnerability, listen and pray. The author also looks at other guidelines for the visits of deacons.

Source: Diakonia, 1990. 10 pages.

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