Are you living life to the full? Could you use some resources for improving your health?
If ever we needed informed and accountable pastors before, we surely do need them now.
The satisfaction of having done something well, knowing that it has had an impact, being proud of it, or receiving recognition and appreciation from others are rewards that may be far more valuable than money.
These three things remain—diet, exercise, and love. But the greatest of these is love.
The hymn writer describes well the problem: “Change and decay in all around I see.” Thank God, there is an answer: “O Thou who changest not, abide with me.”
Pastors must cultivate the ability and capacity to withstand and adapt appropriately in times of stress and adversity—for everyone’s sake.
For optimal pastoral well-being, exercise is a critical ingredient.
Religious news from around the world.
God’s gift of health is a matter of life and death. Preach it to others but be blessed by it yourself.
Readers weigh in on recent Ministry articles.
Emergency planning is an ongoing process that should address the types of emergencies the congregation may face.
Book Review: The Seven Prayers of Jesus
This book is highly recommended for a series of sermons or midweek studies about the prayers of Jesus.