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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

How do you feel about Valentine's Day? Patricia Taylor shares her journey from hating the day to learning love.

Enjoy this insightful interview with Dwight Gibson about human flourishing.

The things that make us different are often the things that make us fun and real. Letting yourself play can be a balm for your soul. Kathy Milans shares one way she lets her freak flag fly.

What do worship and protest have in common? Adam Kurihara reflects on recent political protest and activism in light of Christian faith.

Fear is running rampant these days. Maxie Dunnam has timely advice.

What is the one most important thing you can give your child? Sarah Damaska weighs in.

Our battle is a spiritual one, but it's not a fair fight! Nick Cash shares some important things to remember when engaging in spiritual warfare's many battles.

Are cloudy skies and dreary winter weather getting you down? Kathy Milans shares a spiritual exercise to help your heart feel life again.

There are so many times in our lives when our expectations are not met by reality. Those are disappointing times indeed. Sarah Damaska shares some wisdom on declaring that God is enough even when reality leaves you disappointed.

Asking the right questions can help you foster discussion and excitement for learning in your children. Rebecca Rutherford shares helpful tips for creating your own "wonder questions" to help facilitate discipleship in the home.

Every year, it's the same thing. We start the year with enthusiasm for having a new life. But, we quickly find that we break those resolutions and disappoint ourselves. Kathy Milans shares the secret to a New Year's Resolution that you can actually keep!

Sometimes we really want to learn, to grow, to love. But, it can be hard to know how to start. Heather Celoria shares how to begin a life of self-awareness that roots out the evil of racism in our hearts.

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.

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