Is it possible to be traumatized vicariously when caring for other people? Dimple Dhabalia shares the powerful story of her service on the front lines of the refugee crisis and how it led her to her current work, “Roots In The Clouds.” If you’re feeling burned out, you don’t want to miss this one.
What’s one thing you can do today that will help you reconnect with your passion for ministry? Let’s move some furniture around!
As All Saints Day approaches, what’s the most important thing to consider as you plan your services?
Many of us are trying to figure out how to fit in a whole new set of demands into our routine. Trying to fit the priorities of both in-person and online worship together can be maddening.
Dr. Melissa Hofstetter of Shepherd Heart joins me today for a fascinating discussion of neuroscience, trauma, and pastoral self-care. As too many pastors live on the verge of burnout (or worse), this is an important discussion that begs close attention. I hope you’ll join us and find it helpful.
If you’re thinking about buying a new camera for making social media clips at your desk, think about this instead.
Yes, my name is Steve Martin. I’ve been a fan of the comedian by the same name since I was thirteen, and I suddenly became popular in school because I shared his name. It’s been a long, funny ride. But it gets better. Recently I ran into another Steve Martin on social media, and the…