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Perhaps you seek care for your leadership-weary soul. Or perhaps you seek language, resources, and guidance when inviting others into the spiritual formation journey. Whatever it is, this is the place.


We're glad you're here. 

 We've been there. Living and leading from a healthy soul is an ever-more important topic in daily life and in the strategic focus of ministries around the world. May you find encouragement, a sense of community, and a few practical helps here.

Soul Care is all about living from a place of overflow; learning to stop occasionally for conversation, the chance to read, to rest, to open up to God's presence, guidance, and--ultimately--love. Soul Care is all about bravely living into the destiny that God has for you. In His power, under His direction, and in His way.


No one sets out to diminish the health of their own soul… but let’s face it — it happens! 

Sometimes, the demands of everyday life keep us from tending to the inner life. Sometimes, we severely under-value the importance of our interior world. But the rock solid truth is this: our soul's health drives everything that matters to us. It is foundational to who you are. In the end, everything about your life, your person-hood, is in some way a function of your soul. The health of your soul matters!


Something else is true about souls: They are living.

Like all living things, our souls can thrive, or not so much. Every soul has a quality of life; a degree of well-being. Souls need attention and care. But how?

The dream for Soul Care is simple and two-fold: That each person would realize his or her innate need for this kind of care, and discover simple and profound ways to do it. If we each would take the time to care for our souls, the entire world really would be transformed... one life at a time.


 Our soul is like an inner stream of water, which gives strength, direction, and harmony to every other element of our life. When that stream is as it should be, we are constantly refreshed and exuberant in all we do, because our soul itself is then profusely rooted in the vastness of God and his Kingdom, including nature; and all else within us is enlivened and directed by that stream.

Dallas Willard, Renovation of the Heart