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?
Rhesa will again be presenting at SheLeads. Here’s why you need to register.
Sometimes soul care is just plain fun. Check out the serious and the not-serious professional photo shoot Rhesa and Trey had recently with covenant group leader and friend of the ministry Betsy Stratton. If you're a fan of her work, definitely reach out to her...
In 1957, Dr. Martin Luther King prayed this prayer over a large gathering of White Evangelicals. 63 years later, we have far to go to live up to his hopes.
We’re not yet to the finish line of anything 2020 brought.
“For God knows that when you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God…”Genesis 3:5 Like many of my white brothers and sisters in recent weeks, I want to be part of healing racial pain in our country. And similarly to many of my white sisters and...
The answer is, "of course!" You can hear for yourself how the Enneagram is helping church leaders manage the stress and anxiety of discerning when to re-open their buildings. Click here to read more.