Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
Burnout is becoming common in the ministry because of added stress. But it is a wholly preventable and curable problem. Ministers and administrators need to work together to prevent it.
Maintaining optimum health can be a real challenge for pastors in particular. How can you get adequate sleep, exercise, and a proper diet? And how can you fight off the germs you encounter in a day of visiting?
The spas aren't doing it. The diet plans of the land fail to reduce the rotund. Discover how God's plan can
help you make lasting behavior-and figure-changes.
How do you tell an alcoholic he's an alcoholic when he denies that there is a problem? The concluding segment of this article provides strategies for active intervention to help an alcoholic recover.
It's hard to break the smoking habit. Whether you yourself need to stop or are trying to help others kick the habit, you'll find this fourteen-step plan useful.
Once you discover what your greatest causes of stress are, you can begin to deal with them and limit your stress level. Your sources of stress may lie closer to home than you imagine.
Who heals the physician? Who heals the minister's wounds? Where does he turn for support? The author suggests solutions that both pastors and church administrators need to note.
Should church administrators expect the government to examine their every hiring or firing move? In the United States, at least, the courts say the time for that has not yet come.