Rest in the Storm
- Publisher Drawing from numerous sources, Jones discusses the fundamental importance of self-care for clergy and other professionals engaged in helping people.
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About "Rest in the Storm"
Filled with creative & practical strategies for integrating self-care into the natural ebb & flow of vocational life, this compelling resource identifies the personal & cultural factors that influence overload & outlines plausible strategies to pull the weary pastor out of such bondage.
Drawing from numerous sources, Jones discusses the fundamental importance of self-care for clergy and other professionals engaged in helping people.
Meet the Author
Kirk Byron Jones
Rev. Jones (D.Min., Emory University; PhD., Drew University) after twenty years pastoring is currently a professor of ethics and preaching at Andover Newton Theological School, Dr. Jones serves as guest preacher and teacher at churches, schools and conferences throughout the United States. His writings have been published in various journals, including The Christian Century, Leadership, Gospel Today, Pulpit Digest, and The African American Pulpit, a quarterly preaching journal he co-founded in 1997. Dr. Jones is the author of several best-selling books including Rest in the Storm: Self-Care Strategies for Clergy and Other Caregivers and Addicted to Hurry: Spiritual Strategies for Slowing Down. He recently released book Holy Play: The Joyful Adventure of Unleashing Your Divine Purpose is a ground-breaking work that offers a dynamic new way to understand and live your divine purpose.