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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Preaching A Healthy Lifestyle To Pastors

Pastor Charles Lindquist. (Duke Clergy Health Initiative)

Pastor Charles Lindquist. (Duke Clergy Health Initiative)

A pastor’s job is to tend to the needs of the flock.

But sometimes that comes with a cost, especially when it comes to health-related issues.

Now the Duke Endowment’s Clergy Health Initiative is trying to improve the physical well being of Methodist ministers in North Carolina.

From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Dave DeWitt of WUNC reports that the wellness program is having an impact, at least on one pastor.

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