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The guide serves as a method to assist pastors and clergy leaders in taking steps to truly reclaim the Sabbath.
The Pacific Southwest District event for women in ministry is designed to encourage and support the pastors through sharing experiences and deepening relationships.
ECD continues the pursuit of the mission in 2022 through equipping and caring for the shepherds.
…now is a good time to be intentional and plan for strategic days off leading up to the holidays and then for an extended time away from ministry-work sometime in the new year.
Great churches require great clergy; great clergy require excellent education.
Wesleyan Holiness Women Clergy Conference focuses on supportive pathways for women called by God to lead the church.
“We’re a church who believes in fully supporting our pastor, so when I realized the benefit he could achieve through Thrive, I was on board in helping him achieve that in his own personal life,” reflected Belliveau.
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.
ECD reports spiritual, emotional, relational and financial renewal amid rapid and unrelenting change.
Women clergy gather at WHWC conference to encourage, deepen their calling.
“Being a pastor was SO much easier than what I’m doing now,” said NO former pastor ever. Note: October is Pastor Appreciation Month. Here are ten tips on how to keep your beloved pastor from leaving.
The inaugural Breakaway retreat for pastors’ spouses was deemed a success, both by leaders and attendees. Because of the positive feedback, future retreats will likely be held in the future.
With The Gathering one year out, start planning your trip now to Orlando, Florida, to this encouraging and inspiring event.
Now, nearing the end of the TFI process, the Parker family have worked toward the Thrive team’s collective goals, paying down all $20,000 in debt, and are completely debt-free as they now work on the next step (building their savings fund).
Here are five financial resources utilized by many clergy and other Christians.