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    The gift of self-compassion

    Perhaps the most powerful antidote to emotional exhaustion is the practice of self-compassion: the radical act of extending grace to ourselves. 

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    You have a story to tell 

    To strengthen your leadership, think about the stories you would like your church to tell five or 10 years from now.

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    Anna Carter Florence: Living with the Text

    In the final episode of our second season, Prince talks with Anna Carter Florence, the Peter Marshall Professor of Preaching at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia.

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The Formative Power of Your Congregation

The Formative Power of Your Congregation

This book is for clergy and laity who long for a congregation that supports human flourishing as much or more than the growth or existence of the church.

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No Congregation Is an Island

No Congregation Is an Island

For ministers and congregational leaders who are feeling stressed, overwhelmed, and perhaps bewildered by all the changes that have taken place in their congregations and communities, this book is a timely and important resource to find support, ideas, and collaborations through relationships with other clergy members and congregations.

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Being Church in a Liminal Time

Being Church in a Liminal Time

Congregations today exist in an in-between, or liminal, time. It is a time of searching—of letting go of the old and experimenting with the new.

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