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Stalking Love
Home Is Always the Place You Just Left reminds readers that only Jesus satisfies the deepest longing
Subscriber Access Only Preventing Suicide
Fast facts about risk factors, warning signs, and tips for saving lives.
Depression in the Clergy
Pastors suffer from depression at about the same frequency as the general population—and two to four percent of the general population suffer from depression at any one time.
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A WOUNDED PASTOR'S RESCUE
How one near-casualty was saved and returned to ministry.
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The Gospel According to Prozac
Can a pill do what the Holy Spirit could not?
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Burning Out, Rusting Out or Holding Out?
Ministers, like motors, needn't die of overactivity or inactivity. A little maintenance will keep them running for the long haul.
Irony of Doctrinal Divisions
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Where Stormie Finds Her Power
Stormie Omartian is a bestselling author precisely because she doesn't have a picture-perfect life
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CARING FOR CHILDREN OF DIVORCE
Subscriber Access Only My Top 5 Books on Mental Illness
Picks from the author of 'Troubled Minds: Mental Illness and the Church's Mission'
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The Perfect Prodigal
A pator faced with debilitating personal problems takes the first step on the road to renewed life and ministry.
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PEOPLE IN PRINT
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WAYS TO SHAKE OFF THE DUST
Steps to putting a forced farewell behind you.
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CULTIVATING CLOSENESS
Above all else, pastors need fresh and frequent experiences of God's presence.
Boundaries in Grief
Why medicine should never trade places with a time to properly mourn.
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