A summary of issues contributed from many pastors’ wives that most clergy wives grapple with at one time or another. https://thomrainer.com/2014/01/11-things-i-learned-from-pastors-wives/
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A research and study report on clergy families and their health/well-being according to other clergy. https://www.greymatterresearch.com/index_files/Pastor_Families.htm
The author of this article writes of the signs and symptoms as well as the various types of ministry burnout. He gives suggestions for prevention and recovery tips that are based on responses of pastors who have gone through these conditions. https://www.leadershipresources.org/blog/christian-ministry-burnout-prevention-signs-statistics-recovery/
Results, from a study from the Duke Clergy Health Initiative, are given in a chart showing conditions that affect our clergy’s health. https://www.faithandleadership.com/gfx/chart.html
Nowadays there are many factors contributing to our health and wellness. Read some of the statistics and factors that influence the health of our clergy. https://carducc.wordpress.com/2015/01/19/clergy-health-and-wellness/
A pastor’s wife shares her thoughts of being a clergy wife and the joys and trials that have come with her journey. https://thelife.com/the-honest-journey-of-a-pastors-wife
Compiled from blog posts, Facebook messages and personal conversations, a pastor shares what he feels is the top challenge for clergy wives. https://thomrainer.com/2014/02/12-reasons-pastors-wives-are-lonely/
The website foryourmarriage.org is a ministry of the Catholic church. It contains many outstanding articles and resources for marriage, both for personal use and to inform the ministry of marriage. https://www.foryourmarriage.org/
“Transforming the Relationship of the Clergy & Parish Family for the Building Up of the Body of Christ”
This workshop was presented at the Atlanta Clergy Laity Congress in June; it is entitled, "Transforming the Relationship of the Clergy & Parish Family for the Building Up of the Body of Christ." http://www.dropbox.com/s/9spad2meyta3t6g/ATLPrez.mp4?dl=0
Studies show more and more that our clergy are suffering from depression, anxiety or both. Read how some of the demands on clergy can lead to these debilitating illnesses. https://today.duke.edu/2013/08/clergydepressionnewsrelease