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Congregations have long been places that nurture the care of souls. Long ago, the early church created strategies and tactics to care for widows and children. Nowadays, care in congregations...

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During the 1950s, a psychiatrist named Murray Bowen created a new intervention for those with family members suffering from schizophrenia. Two decades later, Rabbi Edwin Friedman used Bowen’s...

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Are you a clergyperson starting at a congregation? I’m sure you want to start well. It can be a challenge to prayerfully navigate all the demands placed upon you.

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Karen Lampe leads care ministry and training at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas. Her book on The Caring Congregation is a manual for congregational care...

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If you are someone who too-often experiences interpersonal communication as distressing, confusing, or unsuccessful, then this resource from United Methodist pastor and communications consultant...

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This excellent video shares the devastation and grief of family members as they tell their stories and experiences. Their diversity of situations helps to give understanding to the ways grief is...

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Although the title may indicate otherwise, the author writes for all people engaged in caring ministry. At the heart of the book is the author’s belief that “caring ministry is about what we know...

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Think of this as a text for Pastoral Care 101. Expert-authored essays are arranged in four parts. Part One fosters reflection on one’s “foundational theology”. Part Two is a broadly practical...

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Clergy experience a full life; close to God and close to those they serve. It is also true that many clergy are overwhelmed. The thesis of this book is that spiritual leaders need to be gifted at...

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Congregations pay attention to death. At least they should. Many clergy and parishioners find helping others move through the final passage of life to be a meaningful experience. It isn’t always...

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Some subjects are too uncomfortable for congregations and individuals to discuss because they are “close to home.” The Mennonite Publishing Network in partnership with the Mennonite Church and...

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Hospitals can be intimidating places, even for those whose vocation regularly takes them there. In this article, a nurse and spiritual care administrator reveals what hospital staff and patients...

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There are (at least) five things NOT to do when ministering with sick, dying, and grieving people, asserts a pastor and chaplain who has learned them all the hard way: Don’t defend God, for...

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