Jump directly to the Content

Ministerial R & Rx

There's more ministry for ministers today than ever before—but how do you find it? Here's a start.

We know it's only a beginning. There are far too many counselors, retreats, and vacation getaways for us to list here. Please remember that we're a journal, not a certification board. You'll want to inquire about theological orientation, counseling approach, cost, and other issues before deciding which resource best meets your need.

Pastor's pastors
Counselors, clinics, and retreat centers for your spiritual and emotional health.

Barnabas Ministries
Dick and Dee Sochacki
39391 Roslyn Drive
Sterling Heights MI 48313
810-264-6638
E-mail: Rlsochacki@compuserve.com
Encourages wounded, discharged, burned-out, and fallen church leaders, especially in independent and nondenominational ministries. Provides counseling, places of retreat, and other resources.

Center for Continuing Education Richard Busch Virginia Theological Seminary (ECUS) 3737 Seminary Road Alexandria VA 22304con-ed@vts.eduSix-week ...

Subscriber access only You have reached the end of this Article Preview

To continue reading, subscribe to Christianity Today magazine. Subscribers have full digital access to CT Pastors articles.

January/February
Support Our Work

Subscribe to CT for less than $4.25/month

Homepage Subscription Panel

Read These Next

Related
Making Space for the Spirit
Making Space for the Spirit
How one church recognized spiritual warfare and the means God provides for victory.
From the Magazine
The Cosmos Is More Crowded Than You Think
The Cosmos Is More Crowded Than You Think
How an old prayer and a newborn baby changed my perspective on angels.
Editor's Pick
9 in 10 Evangelicals Don’t Think Sermons Are Too Long
9 in 10 Evangelicals Don’t Think Sermons Are Too Long
Even with recent divides in congregations, survey finds high levels of satisfaction among churchgoers.
close