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What’s the Soul Care Collective?

The Soul Care Collective is an online community of writers committed to encouraging individuals in personal soul care, to equip them to care for others within the context of their own vocation, all from a distinctly Wesleyan perspective.

Who’s it for?

Pastors, counselors or anyone caring for others

Recent Articles

Listen as Jeremy Steele sat down with Danielle Strickland during the New Room Conference to talk about fighting human trafficking and sexual slavery.

How can we find that elusive balance in our lives in this new year? Michelle Marx reflects on living life with a full cup.

The church, the one community in which people should expect care and support, often does not know how to respond to the stigma of mental illness. Robson Dodd shares wisdom for overcoming these struggles.

How does God intend for a healthy family to handle conflict? Brandon Powell offers three principles for appropriate conduct when being together gets hard.

Listen as Jeremy Steele sat down with Pete Grieg during the New Room Conference to talk about how to pray when you don't have words after a major disaster.

How can you respond appropriately to tough issues as a pastor? Aaron Perry shares sound advice.

Heather Celoria shares a reflection on Communion and rebirth for the New Year.

Do you wonder why some denominations ordain women and some do not? Kelly Soifer shares from the Free Methodist tradition.

What is the church’s call to refugees and immigrants? In part two of "Jesus and the Stranger," Dr. Darrell Whiteman shares three characteristics of responding to the refugee crisis from a missional perspective.

What can help ministers not feel lonely or isolated in their ministry contexts? Lee Stevenson shares how intentionally developing key interpersonal relationships can make or break your ability to continue to serve without burning out.

Looking back on 2016, do you feel like a colossal failure despite your best efforts? Kei Hiramatsu shares a different perspective that may help.

Is Christmas really too commercialized Mary Morton offers a change in perspective.

What is one priceless gift you can give someone? Patricia Taylor shares what it means to give deep-level listening to another person and what a holy gift it can be.

How do you know when to listen to your gut? Kathy Milans shares just how important that might be.

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