Larry Yeagley

Larry Yeagley, now retired, has served as a pastor and chaplain. He lives in Gentry, Arkansas, United States.

Sharpening saws and saving lives

Continuing education in ministry is a must. Get started with timely suggestions—from someone who has been there.

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The funeral

Practical pointers for pastors.

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Energy depletion

An experienced minister shares valuable advice that can ward off burnout.

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The way of a Christian leader

Learn about various aspects of leadership in light of Jesus’ downward mobility.

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Suffering and the Search for Meaning: Contemporary Responses to the Problem of Pain

A book contemplating contemporary responses to the problem of pain.

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The Truth About Grief: The Myth of its Five Stages and the New Science of Loss

Konigsberg reviews the history of grief and concludes that the five stages of grief are a myth in light of the most recent research.

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Listening Love

Reflective listening, or listening love, means to give all your attention and energy to the process of understanding what the person means and reflect that meaning back to the person accurately.

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Watch your Priorities

Should you be considering leaving the ministry—read this article before you make that decision!

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Graceful retirement

What could “graceful retirement” look like?

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No one should die alone

In an increasingly impersonal society, death is ignored and denied. What can the church do in such a setting to alleviate pain?

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