• Wellness

    Feature


    Mentoring Ministers

    With a keystroke on his laptop, Dale Woods welcomes a seventh minister into the meeting. “Let’s start with a check-in,” he says. “Steve, how are things in Vancouver?”

  • Bibles

    Feature


    Pastor Theologians

    Being a minister is stressful. In part the stress arises from what M. Craig Barnes, president of Princeton Theological Seminary, describes as “confusion about what it means to be a pastor.”

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    Cover Story


    The Encouragement Tour

    “I would say the vast majority of ministers are sincere; they are unhappy; they are discouraged. They’re often stuck in feeling they’re limited in terms of what they can do in their ministry. So, it’s hopelessness that permeates more and more of their life.”