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If this post is not displaying correctly, view the original post here: Steps To Better Pastoral Care During The First Year Of GriefToday would have been their wedding anniversary. Two months ago his birthday passed, and no one from the church remembered as she grieved in silence. Will anyo ...
Article | Preaching >
The words and actions of a pastor are intricately intertwined ...
Article | Care >
How can clinical pastoral education (CPE) help a pastor? ...
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The morning of our fourth child’s birth, I was three weeks into a new city, new church, and new staff position. Before my wife went back for a C-section, three ministers from our new church came to pray with us. They said they would stay. I remember saying, “It’s going ...
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oday would have been their wedding anniversary. Two months ago his birthday passed, and no one from the church remembered as she grieved in silence. Will anyone mention their anniversary today? The first year of grieving the loss of a loved one is filled with firsts: the first birthday wit ...
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A tribute to Florence Nightingale for pioneering the way for nurses and holistic health care ...
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Be careful how you treat others, you never know whose hands you are going to fall into. This is a true statement. How many times have we treated someone less than godly only to find ourselves needing them for a project, advice, finances, wisdom, connection, etc.? I remember how I ...
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More and more seminaries and denominations are requiring clinical pastoral education in hospital settings. Whether it is required for you or not, I HIGHLY recommend CPE for all future pastors and church program staff members. Here are a few things a CPE student can hope to take away from t ...
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More and more seminaries and denominations are requiring clinical pastoral education in hospital settings. Whether it is required for you or not, I HIGHLY recommend CPE for all future pastors and church program staff members. Here are a few things a CPE student can hope to take away from t ...
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Today's guest post appears  thanks to my wife Linda Wilkerson.  Linda is director of pastoral care & pastoral education for the Parkland Health and Hospital System, where she has served for 12 years.  She has also served for 6 years as my co senior pastor at Iglesia Bill ...