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Curator Doug Hanner
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Curator Doug Hanner
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Spiritual Leadership in a Secular World
This practical article offers four tips to balance the challenges of being a spiritual leader in a secular world.
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Getting the Help You Deserve
This article shares how congregations can use resources starting with self-awareness and details about the congregation's situation.
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Building Resilience with Appreciative Inquiry: A Leadership Journey through Hope, Despair, and Forgiveness
This uplifting book shares how leaders can build resilience through a daily discipline of Appreciative Inquiry and building relationships.
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Pray As You Go
This daily prayer website offers calming 10-minute recorded prayers that heighten your awareness of God’ s presence.
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Healing the Healers
This series of short videos offers peer support for faith leaders who respond to community-level trauma such as gun violence, disaster and suicide.
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Being the Virtual Church: Resources for Churches during the COVID-19 Pandemic
This hub of information from the Texas Methodist Foundation offers innovative ways to create community and be the virtual church during social isolation.
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Spiritual First Aid
This resource hub combines faith and psychology to empower you to care for others from a distance.
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11 Self-care Reminders for Clergy and Other Caregivers
This article lists healthy self-care ideas to alleviate compassion fatigue and stress during COVID-19.
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Coronavirus Resources for the Church
The Wheaton College Human Disaster Institute offers a streamlined resource page for congregations to address the unique challenges of the COVID-19 health crisis.
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Study Finds Unique Positive Mental Health Factors for Clergy
This research article reveals factors unique to clergy positive mental health and how these can prevent psychological and physical illnesses.
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