To celebrate next week’s launch of Four Gifts: Seeking Self-Care for Heart, Soul, Mind, and Strength, I’m giving away two free copies!
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For those who prefer audio, I’ve just learned how to embed the audio of my sermon from last Sunday so
I don’t think of myself as part of a clergy health crisis. Although my blood pressure usually tests high at
“As people of faith, I feel we should have some kind of relationship,” said the president of the local Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’. He had called to invite my participation in an interfaith forum. . . .
Some studies indicate that one in five people live with schizophrenia, clinical depression, bipolar disorder, or other mental illness. In a congregation of 250, that would be 50 people.
“What does appropriate, healthy, self-care look like over the course of one’s life?
It looks like Billy Graham.”
I launched this website in June 2016, and my all-time most popular post is still my very first article on The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of church employment. To help shape the content going forward, I’d love to ask you five simple questions.