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Managing Stress: A Bowenian Perspective
In the last several months, the world has been touched by coronavirus.
It has quickly evolved into a global pandemic.
This unexpected force has relentlessly disrupted the flow of commerce, changed the shape of education, revealed the inadequacies of our healthcare system, exposed the limits of politics and legislation, and is... + Read More
Imagination and Resilience: Your Keys to Success in Unusual Times
With such devastating pandemic news looming over our heads each day, how do we find ways to illuminate the shadow in the world's mind? To regain, hold onto or spark a sliver of hope and resilience in these unusual times?
Like many other institutions, Columbia Theological Seminary needed to temporarily shut down the campus to the... + Read More
A Healing Experience for Clergy
Author Tim Sledge, in Goodbye Jesus: An Evangelical Preacher's Journey Beyond Faith,
wrote about the silent epidemic of clergy forced termination. Citing a survey reviewed by Leadership
magazine, he wrote:
"Squabbles that end in the ouster of ministers are a recurrent and very painful part of church life;... + Read More