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PurposeWho Are We?Our RegionsThe RealitiesGet Involved

Ways We Can Serve You

  • • Crisis Care
  •  • Mentoring
  • • Prayer Network
  • • Referrals
  • • Resources
  • • Retreats
  • • Personal Coaching

     Our "Caregivers"

 

 

What is the Need?

  • 1700 - 1800 pastors per month, leave the ministry due largely to ministry burnout, contention in their churches, or moral failure.

  • 80% of those who enter the ministry will leave the ministry within the first five years.

  • 80% of pastors and 84% of their spouses feel unqualified and discouraged in their roles as pastors.

According to Focus on the Family...

  • The clergy has the second highest divorce rate among all professionals.

  • 70% of pastors do not have someone they consider a close friend.

  • 50% of pastors feel unable to meet the needs of the job, experienced depression or burnout to the extent that they needed to take a leave of absence from ministry.

  • 40% of pastors report a serious conflict with a parishioner at least once a month.

According to the Ministering to Ministers Foundation...

  • Over 1600 protestant ministers in the United States are forced out of their positions each month.

  • Nearly 1 in 4 pastors experienced a forced termination at least once during their ministry.

  • Only 54% go back into a full-time church related positions.

Take some time to see how we can help on the pages that follow… 

                                                                                                        

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