An Exciting Opportunity for an Exciting Time!

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A word from the Editor and the Soul Care Collective Steering Committee:

Welcome to our fresh new website! We hope you will find it is a helpful platform for keeping up with our content and easily accessing the resources we have published as we seek to provide resources designed to encourage individuals in personal soul care and to equip them to care for others within the context of their own vocation, all from a distinctly Wesleyan perspective.

As all the collectives begin to take a more prominent stage, our own collective would like to extend an invitation to our readers.

If you have entertained the idea of creating content similar to what we publish, we would love to hear from you!

If you would like more information about submitting a one-time article or becoming a regular contributor to Soul Care Collective, please contact our editor, Patricia Taylor. You can email her at patricia.taylor [at] Be not afraid! You don’t have to be a writing or grammar expert in order to write for us. Our editor will make sure everything looks great prior to publishing.

If you’re interested in knowing more about our guidelines and what we expect from our authors, feel free to click on the “Write for Us” tab that appears on the drop menu, just below our banner at the top of the landing page. All our guidelines are posted there.

Also, If you have any suggestions regarding content you would like to see on our site, drop us a line. What challenges do you face in caring for souls? What difficulties have you encountered in caring for your own soul? We would like to know how to help equip you in what you are doing.

And, as always, feel free to share our articles and resources widely with your friends and colleagues. If you have found something helpful, chances are that they will too. We hope that our content will be a blessing to you and that God will use it to help those of you who are on the front lines, caring for his people.

Trusting in God’s best for you,
The Soul Care Collective Steering Committee

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Patricia is a student at Asbury Theological Seminary and is our own Editorial Assistant here at Seedbed. She is the primary editor for the Soul Care Collective, and is also a prayer ministry graduate of the Healing Academy. She has a teenage son named William, and has a passion for writing, theology, missions, care of souls, and healing. She is currently serving as the Prayer Ministry Coordinator for Trinity Hill United Methodist Church, and is pursuing ordination in the Lexington District of the Kentucky Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.