Tim M. Farabaugh is Executive Director of the Hermitage in Northern Virginia, a community designed for active older adults age 62 or older that is located near Washington, DC in Alexandria, and historic Old Town Alexandria. Farabaugh has lectured at Wesley Theological Seminary and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He has also worked with Richard M. Gentzler, Jr. in presentations concerning aging. He has an MDiv from Methesco in Delaware, Ohio. He self-published 2 books: *Ministry to and with the Elderly** and *A Guide to Long-Term Care Administration**.
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Lay Pastoral Care Giving

Tim M. Farabaugh
A distinguished historian, academic and occasional evangelist I know was hushed by his stunned wife after he said to a friend he was visiting in the hospital, "I hope you don't die." A sentiment delivered sincerely but oh-so-awkwardly. Expressing care to someone in need—whether within the community of faith or beyond—may seem the most natural thing in the world. For some, it is; for others, it's less so. All can improve. Learn to reach out with God's love and care for others as outlined in th...