Provide soul care for faith leaders
What is it like to work for a church?
Is it different for women than for men?
What is it pastors need that they aren’t getting?
Watch our mini-documentaries to learn more.
Hours of Soul Care
The Glass House Project
Since the beginning of eleven:28, we’ve been talking about the spiritual toll that results from working in churches. It’s not always bad, but it is almost always intense. When someone works in the midst of trauma weekly, even daily, that trauma takes a toll. When that trauma is compounded by ministry’s ongoing mirror into one’s own soul, that soul is in jeopardy of burnout or worse.
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.