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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

St. Benedict was an amazing man of God. Winfield Bevins translates his spiritual practices to us.

What exactly is the greatest strength a woman has? Marilyn Elliott shares how much a woman can accomplish when her energy is focused where it really matters.

Is the outrage against Donald Trump's words simply political posturing? Mark Benjamin shares the most candid truth regarding sexual abuse.

Do you think your teen would never make one of those really big mistakes? Heather Butler shares why you might want to think again.

Sometimes the responses we offer to victims of abuse are simply wrong. Read more today from Mark Ongley as he suggests a better way forward.

Domestic Abuse happens more often than you think. Eunice Lee John shares how churches can respond to abuse and make a difference.

In today's Seven Minute Seminary, James Swanson, Bishop of the United Methodist Church, urges the church not to try to lead without God.

Sometimes we carry the heavy burden of caring for others and making a difference in the world. Reed Hoppe shares six missionaries' stories that help us to see it is the work of the Holy Spirit to bring transformation to lives and communities.

Your heart is pulled by the plight of people in Haiti who are already suffering, and have now been hit by a major hurricane. How can you help? John Adams shares some helpful tips on what kind of helping is actually hurting and how best to use your resources.

Sometimes pastors are not equipped to deal with the type and intensity of problems a member may be experiencing. Misty Lawrence explains how to know when it is time to refer your member to a therapist.

In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Pete Greig challenges our notions of prayer and encourages us to begin by simply talking to God, even about the small things.

Why does it matter if I am obedient to those tiny little nudges I hear from the Spirit? Nicholas Cash shares how those small steps of obedience led his family on the journey of a lifetime!

How do you care for yourself without being selfish? Michelle Marx shares 5 helpful tips.

Have you taken the chance to rest and enjoy the completion of something in your life? Allow this weekly breather to help you do just that.

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