Are you thriving in ministry?

As you may have heard at the end of last year, we announced that the Wake Forest University School of Divinity, in partnership with Center for Congregational Health, was awarded a significant grant from the Lilly endowment. The money was given to support a new project...

A Look Ahead at 2019

2019 is quickly approaching and is bringing with it many opportunities. In the coming year, we will continue to offer: Consulting, coaching and guidance for interim ministry for congregations, clergy and judicatories. The Association for Intentional Interim Ministry...

Book Review by Rev. Dr. Marvin L. Morgan

THOMPSON, GEORGE B., JR. (2001).  How to Get Along with Your Church: Creating Cultural Capital for Doing Ministry.  The Pilgrim Press, 700 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115-1100; 151 pages in Paper Back Edition Prominently portrayed on the front cover of George B....

Announcement: Peer Learning Groups

Dear Colleagues: You do not need to be reminded that serving as an Intentional Interim Minister is challenging – and can be very lonely! Most people have no real concept of what we do, and this includes other ministers in the areas we serve. Interims have asked for a...

It’s time for action, but what action?

The latest research from the ongoing, multi-year, Hartford Institute study on American congregational life (FACT, 2015) confirms what most people involved in the life of a church already know. Most American congregations find themselves in a challenging situation:...