“Sometimes pastors don’t avail themselves of things until there is a crisis; we’re trying to encourage pastors to be thinking ahead about what kinds of habits of mind and heart they can begin to make part of their life before there’s a crisis,”
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.
“Coaching is a powerful experience, both to coach and to be coached, that will radically transform someone’s journey,” said Bogear.
Pastors have the rare honor of ministering to people at the most significant moments of their lives. We desire to prepare, develop and equip knowledgeable, skilled, and spirit-filled ministers for such moments. Learn more about the call to ministry.
A Wesleyan Thriving Clergy Conference for pastors and spouses
While pastors’ spouses are as much in the spotlight as their partners, they’re less often handed a live microphone and an empty stage. We wanted to find out what pastor’s spouses – both pastors’ husbands and pastors’ wives – had to say about life in
Research shows that the most significant relationship for pastors’ well-being is with their congregations.
Through the Thrive Financial Initiative pastors who experience financial stresses can find help spiritually, intellectually, relationally, and financially.
On the first afternoon of General Conference in Buffalo, N.Y., full-to-overflowing crowds were rewarded with high quality seminars.