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Education & Clergy Development and Wesleyan Publishing House partnered to host Made New Retreats in three cities. The soul care retreats were for pastors and focused on their spiritual lives.
The Wesleyan Church is being proactive in informing churches and clergy on how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) affects them.
“This conference offers a unique and much-needed platform for public sharing of important, cutting-edge research and best practices so we can help clergy and their families to flourish for a lifetime of ministry,” said Rev. Russ Gunsalus.
Clergy care coordinators reach out to pastors and their families with prayers and calls and facilitate pastors’ access to resources like counseling or educational funding.
This role is important, because—according to Styers—the problem with executing clergy care is not a lack of concern, but a lack of time on the part of district leaders. “We try our very best to not let people fall through the cracks…
Rugh has already made a significant impact in her role as director of Spanish Ministry Education and Clergy Care.
Great churches require great clergy; great clergy require excellent education.
The Wesleyan Church had over 500 lay and clergy multipliers in participation who worked together to freshly imagine ways to care for their communities.
It’s been a season of challenge and change for pastors and leaders. Joining our discussion will be members from the Wesleyan Clergy Care Team along with District Superintendent Matt Pickering sharing their own discoveries.
The Flourishing in Pastoral Ministry Conference, held on October 11, 2013, in Marion, Ind., explored “best theories and practices for fostering clergy wellness.”
The demand on clergy is taxing. Ministry often demands more than pastors feel they can give. Add in bi-vocational, family needs, and a pandemic, it is easy to understand why a pastor’s personal health suffers.
A Wesleyan Thriving Clergy Conference for pastors and spouses
Just like you need a pastor’s care and support, a pastor needs the same in return.
The guide serves as a method to assist pastors and clergy leaders in taking steps to truly reclaim the Sabbath.
Lay and clergy alike can be assessed to determine individual roles in multiplication — no matter one’s vocation.
Few areas in our lives are as sensitive as personal finances. Finances are often a great source of stress for clergy. Yet no matter how much or how little we earn, we are responsible to be good stewards of what the Lord provides