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In the Darkness, Search for Hope

By Mitch Randall | September 19, 2019

Clergy are so busy ministering and offering hope to others, they quickly find themselves isolated and alone. Here are 10 ways your church can ensure the good mental health of your pastor. Make sure you minister to your minister.

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Robert Hunt returns for a second segment on the Good God podcast to discuss evangelism in a pluralistic world, exploring the question, "How can Christians engage in relationships with people of other faiths or no faith and still offer what we believe is a life of beauty and truth?"

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