Trey’s pre-sabbatical reflections.
We risk pastors’ wellbeing if we cannot sit with this question.
Lament leads us to justice and restoration.
“Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” — Ash Wednesday, Book of Common Prayer “The Lenten fast is not intended only for monks and nuns, but is enjoined on the whole Christian people… Just as the monk by his voluntary self-denial is seeking...
Written by Celeste Boudreaux Recently I was struck by this photo of three baby mountain goats playing on a rocky outcropping. With the blue mountains behind them, they are definitely frolicking, leaping from one rock to another with their little, hoofed feet, even...
Only once we are away from the noise of expectation and change, sitting still with Jesus, can we notice in which direction he points.
Our commitment to those who serve our churches should neither begin when they are hired nor should it end when they depart.
Many who have left church work feel stifled, trapped, and alone.
What does a healthy exit from ministry look like? What does a ministry exit too often look like?
Leaving ministry is grieving ministry.
How are churches and pastors really doing right now?
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