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Three Minute Ministry Mentor (3MMM) offers weekly resources for learning and deepening your practice of ministry. Our weekly episodes strive both to inform and inspire your learning for the sake of ministry. Each week we also invite you to take time to notice, appreciate, and wonder how you are growing and changing as a ministry leader.
We think ministry learning matters. And we believe learning is at the heart of how you respond to a broken and beautiful world with love and justice. Thus, we are inviting you to be on this journey of embodying pastoral imagination for your vocation in the world.
Every week, Season Four of 3MMM brings you a combination of videos, author interviews, featured ministers, questions for reflection, and lots more! Additionally we love giving away cool ministry stuff, so watch for it! If you sign up today, then you will receive a free download about grief. You will also get access to the State of Clergywomen Report, an ordination blessing, and more!
What are the conditions of wellness that make life stable and meaningful? I considered this question over the past week while I attended the American Academy of Religion (AAR) in Denver, Colorado. Along with the Society for Biblical Literature (SBL),…Read More
One of our most important tasks coming out of the last 30 months is to be listening to children. In the recently released #PandemicPastoring Report, I wrote, “teenagers, children and adults everywhere suffered social isolation and profound stress.” The multiple…Read More
In Octobers past, I’ve written about Clergy Appreciation Month, and in 2022 we invite you to think about clergy appreciation for a new era. Because I surveyed an interviewed clergy between 2020 and 2022, I have a pretty good idea…Read More
The times we are living in remain profoundly challenging, so today we are launching a series on five things ministers need now. The world is somewhat deceptive for all its rush and efforts to get things “back to normal.” Yet…Read More