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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


At the 2016 New Room Conference, our hosts gather around the microphones of two of our favorite people. We fired up the mics and let the Holy Spirit roll. What happened was a fascinating conversation about ministry.

We are really good at tending to physical wounds most of the time. Michelle Marx shares why we need to tend well the wounds of the heart and soul.

When we talk about unity, the focus is almost always on the things that we have in common. Rocky Shack explains why the essential missing element is embracing and loving our differences.

The life of a missionary can be incredibly tough. Betsy Phillips shares 7 ways to care for missionary children.

Are you trying to find good songs for kids to sing? Emily Barlow shares some tips for choosing the best!

What do you do when someone in your congregation needs emotional or psychological help you aren't equipped to provide? Misty Lawrence shares the importance of having a network of counselors to draw from.

How should I talk with kids about racism? When are they old enough? Kathy Milans shares helpful wisdom on developmental stages and how adults need to talk about and model healthy views on race and relationships.

Do you want to include the children in your corporate worship, but are not sure how to best go about it? Adam Kurihara shares some solid tips on how to make them (and their parents) feel welcome.

In Wesleyan streams of faith, we hear about prevenient grace all the time. But, what does it mean? Jeremy Steele provides an easy-to-understand explanation of how God gives us light so we can see how to follow Him.

Why is Harry Potter still so relevant to so many people? Molly Just explains what the church might learn from the ways people identify with JK Rowling's wildly popular series.

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Charlotte Easley shares resources that emphasize the importance of having tough conversations and tips on how you can help.

Do you want to make the most of your days? A good day planner may help! Ben Snyder offers a review of a liturgical day planner that is helps you structure your days for the sake of spiritual and practical transformation!

How in the world can a Christian navigate the dating world? Katie Heckel shares some helpful dos and don'ts for dating.

Are you considering leaving what is familiar and stepping into the unknown to follow where the Spirit of God leads? Keith Turner shares wisdom about knowing when to step away.

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