from the Clergy Health Initiative
Claire Wimbush, a Duke Divinity School graduate born with spastic cerebral palsy, reflects on how the wounded body of Jesus reveals a wholeness that doesn't depend on physical perfection.
Pastor & Parish strengthens relations between United Methodist clergy and their congregations, promoting the well-being of pastors.
Demands placed on clergy put pastors at greater risk for depression, Duke Divinity study finds.
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WUNC reports on the Clergy Health Initiative's efforts to convince clergy that it's okay to care for themselves.
The gift extends initial $12 million investment.
From Faith & Leadership: Pastor Eldrick Davis lost more than 100 pounds with the support of his congregation and a Duke program to help pastors improve their health.
The director of The Duke Endowment's rural church program area says the Endowment funded the Clergy Health Initiative to help give clergy the tools and permission to take care of themselves.
Facing evidence of significant rates of ill health among clergy, some churches are taking steps to encourage pastors to care for themselves.