So Why Soul Care?

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 shrivel. Every soul has a quality of life and a degree of health. Souls need keeping. But how do you find ways to do it?

The dream for Soul Care is simple and two-fold: That each person would realize his or her innate need for soul keeping and discover the simple and profound ways to do it. We believe that Soul Care can provide a unique benefit for those on that journey. If we each would take the time to care for our souls, we believe the world 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 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, author of Renovation of the Heart


 

"We have a new perspective and better understanding on how to lead volunteers and small group members who are new to the church and ministry. Thank you! I pray your ministry will grow and change the way church leaders all over the world care for the individuals within their flow."
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Angela, Charleston SC

"Your teaching has really started the ball rolling in my journey to better caring for my soul. I'm so grateful that I can begin in my twenties with such a high-level of respect for my soul and how it functions."
~ Christina, Elgin IL

"You made a bold claim that the health of our souls may be the most important issue facing leaders today, I didn't think so until the end of your teaching time, I am now convinced that your bold claim is right-on and it applies to specifically to me. Caring for my soul is now my top priority."
~John, Chicago IL