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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


Looking for just the right Advent devotional or resource? Worship Design Collective shares a list of helpful resources for every type of personality!

What is it like to devote your life to bringing hope to people around the world? Nick Cash shares his experience as a Senior Chaplain with Mercy Ships, serving the desperate poor along the coasts of Africa.

Listen as Jeremy Steele sits down with Winfield Bevins to talk about the rhythm of morning and evening prayer.

What does Advent mean? Winfield Bevins shares the meaning of Advent and some tips on how to help your family engage this crucial part of the Christian calendar.

Advent can be an incredibly difficult time for some. Luke Edwards shares three ideas for missional Advent services to serve those who may be struggling.

What can I do when my mind gets stuck asking the question, "Why?" Michelle Marx shares four steps to get you moving forward again.

As Christians grow and learn in their relationships with God, their developing theology can get in the way of prayer. Jackson Lashier shares his journey of learning how to pray again in a way that is consistent with his faith.

Are you ready for some turkey?! Consider this special Thanksgiving message from Soul Care Collective.

How does social change begin? Katie Bergman shares a story of how a small group of praying women began a journey of justice for the marginalized.

How can we make one church feel like home for a very diverse group of Christians? Bruce Cromwell shares what he learned about fostering unity in diversity.

Listen as Jeremy Steele sits down with Winfield Bevins to talk about the rhythm of morning and evening prayer.

Why do we need to pray for our needs and the needs of others when God already knows about it? Patricia Taylor shares wisdom about prayer and intimacy with God.

How can we protect, maintain and repair our relationships with people in such tense times? Charlotte Easley explains why we so desperately need to let the right balance of grace and truth temper our spirits.

Listen as Jeremy Steele sits down with Winfield Bevins to discuss the Anglican roots of John Wesley and the importance of the sacrament of holy communion and other spiritual disciplines.

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