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Our support line for pastors and their families features fellow pastors and trained counselors who frequently support those in church and ministry roles. These pastoral care specialists can provide an understanding ear, a word of advice, a timely referral or a simple prayer. We know leadership is not easy, and we’re eager to come alongside pastors and their loved ones to help meet their needs.

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Honoring Mothers and Motherhood Loss

When we celebrate Mother’s Day, we should rejoice in the gift of motherhood, but also remember those who carry wounds related to motherhood (or the lack of it) in a broken world—infertility, unwanted singleness, single motherhood, adoption and abortion.

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Building A Community Through Small Groups

Small groups can be the key to deep, spiritual maturity in the local church. Bringing men and women together who are passionate about the gospel can have a transformative effect on the communities where they live and work.

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Form in Them Deep Wells of Faith: An Interview with Dr. Andrew Root

In Faith in a Secular Age, Dr. Andrew Root helps readers understand why deeply rooted faith is a difficult thing to come by in our local church context. Root helps us to consider what faith is, what steps we can take to move into that faith, and connects faith with a Divine action that we can grasp onto for a fuller understanding of what faith is and what it does in our lives.

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Examining Finances Through a Biblical Lens

Money issues consistently ranks at the top of all relational strife. Pastor Tommy Brown has developed a lens by which we can see how various personalities in the Bible fit with the way we steward our own finances.

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Self-Care for the Weary Pastor

If you want to care for others effectively without losing your mind, decide right now that your own times of Sabbath rest are going to be inviolable.

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Daily Habits that Cultivate a Love for the Word

A pastors calendar is always full. How can this leader find time with his leadership for things like prayer, study, and confession? More importantly, how can he or she find time to do this in their own lives?

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Hope for a Racially Divided Nation

The Third Option sets the stage as Pastor Miles takes you through three transformational sections of his book: Me, You, and We. Throughout the book, Pastor Miles shows how the third option, God’s way, will lead this broken country toward racial unity

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An Anchor for the Soul in Seasons of Grief

Even after hours of training, grief can be a difficult situation to approach. Whether it’s grief on a national level or something a little closer to home, your congregation is looking to you for hope in the midst of their grieving.

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