from the Clergy Health Initiative
Research professor Norman Wirzba addressed questions about the connection of theology to food and food production on an episode of Duke’s “Office Hours.”
Through October 31, 2010 the Clergy Health Initiative is enrolling clergy in Spirited Life, its multi-year health and wellness program and behavioral health study.
The Huffington Post comments on the Divinity School’s Clergy Heath Initiative and discusses causes of clergy burnout.
Robin Swift, director of health programs with the Clergy Health Initiative at Duke Divinity School, talks with NPR about clergy burnout and related health issues.
The New York Times writes about obesity, hypertension, and depression among clergy and the Divinity School’s Clergy Health Initiative, which studies such problems.
In a reflection for the Clergy Health Initiative, Thriving Rural Communities director Jeremy Troxler reminds us that sometimes the salves for our sicknesses are surprisingly simple.
This booklet of reflections follows the lectionary for ten weeks beginning in July 2010.
United Methodist clergy in North Carolina have significantly higher rates of chronic disease than other state residents, according to new research by the Clergy Health Initiative at Duke Divinity School.
During his State of the Church address at the 2010 Annual Conference, Bishop Gwinn of the North Carolina Conference discussed the importance of reducing clergy stress, citing the Clergy Health Initiative’s research into the pressures affecting pastors.
The second round of our survey of pastors will take place in August 2010. All currently serving UMC pastors in North Carolina will receive an invitation and incentive to participate from Westat, an independent research firm.
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