Top 4 Ways To Overcome Isolation in Rural Ministry

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Isolation in rural ministry can, for many, become deeply burdensome. Thomas Aquinas once stated, “Friendship is the source of the greatest pleasures, and without friends even the most agreeable pursuits become tedious.” As much as we may feel called to a certain church or county, without friendship and support, the joyful task of ministry can become a tiresome burden.

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Attending the Convergence Movement Gathering

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I was recently invited to participate in an event that has the potential to change the course of my life, and will no doubt jump-start my final doctoral writing project. I have been invited to participate as an Initiator with The Convergence Movement…

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Bridging Rural Art and Rural Faith in Ministry

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Is there a gap in your small town between local artists and local churches? What would bridging rural art and rural faith look like in your community? Last week while traveling to San Antonio to complete my last DMin seminar with Logsdon Seminary, I took some time while flying to …

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