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Resources on Church Health Reader
  I Want to be a Healthy Pastor
I learned as a child that my body was a temple of the Holy Spirit. But I also learned that we are clay pots, easily broken, able to be used even with cracks.
  Keeping Sabbath
I recently took a vacation. I did almost nothing but rest for a whole week. For the first four days, I just sat on the porch and read. I was really, really tired.
  On this Foundation
Q&A: Mary Chase-Ziolek discusses how to start a health ministry.
  John Wesley's Example
Scott Morris, M.D., on how John Wesley thought of himself as a physician.
  Preaching the Whole Gospel
Q&A: Tony Campolo discusses how Christians can help minister to the world's health problems.
Around the Web
  Preaching a Healthy Diet in the Deep-Fried Delta
From The New York Times. In the Mississippi Delta, a minister is waging war against obesity and bad health, and the National Baptist Convention has taken up his campaign.
  Trying to be a Complete Human Being
From ELCA Healthy Leaders. Pastor Carl Nielsen is trying to be a healthy, whole, complete human being in all the ways God made us.
  Body and soul
From Faith & Leadership. Kate Rugani on new research from the Clergy Health Initiative at Duke Divinity.
  Evidence Grows of Problem of Clergy Burnout
From Members of the clergy now suffer from obesity, hypertension and depression at rates higher than most Americans.
  Wounded by the Church
From Neue. A pastor's reflection on his painful history with the church and his search for healing.

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