Invest in Your Health and Community Simultaneously

Pastor goes public with his biking stats, and others respond

There are many dimensions to a person’s health, and we often need encouragement to take care of ourselves physically, mentally and spiritually. In this post from our archives, Elder Andy Mattick describes voluntarily sharing with congregation members about his exercise regimen and goals early in the pandemic. Mattick identifies the “returns” for himself and his congregation of consistently sharing his bike routes and how he incorporated spiritual practices along with physical ones. 

Fitness for Ministry Reconsidered

Who have you cultivated as an accountability partner for physical, mental or spiritual well-being? 

How do you encourage each other in healthy patterns?

Spiritual Care for Trauma: People and Congregations

November 1, 8, 15, and 22, 2022
Learn best practices for providing spiritual care in the aftermath of traumatic experiences.



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