How We Care

For Pastors

On-Site & Virtual Care

Pastors have many responsibilities, and with those responsibilities come many challenges. Our On-Site and Virtual Care programs are designed to provide in-depth care and counseling to help you and your spouse overcome these challenges.

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On-Site Care

We offer safe and personalized on-site counseling for pastors and their spouses here at our National Ministry Center. Many of our counselors are pastors, so they understand the unique challenges that come with being in the ministry. We also offer on-site week-long intensives that include accommodations in our Ephesians House, a beautiful home in Leesburg, Florida. Connect with us and get the care you and your family need and deserve.

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Virtual Care

Get the same personalized and confidential one-on-one counseling wherever you are. We offer Virtual Care (online) counseling for pastors and their spouses. You can reach out to us 24/7, and one of our experienced counselors will be in touch with you to walk alongside you, whatever you’re going through.

Preventative Care

The purpose of Preventative Care is to offer coaching and encouragement to pastors before they need more in-depth care. Our Preventative Care offerings give pastors the support they need to stay the course of ministry.

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The Pastors Ally Facebook Group

Our private Facebook group for pastors exists for the purpose of providing a safe place where all pastors can share their prayer requests and/or struggles with other pastors. We want to provide a place where pastors know that other pastors can relate and will stand in the gap with them. Our hope is that this page will provide encouragement, support, prayer, and fellowship.

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Blogs for Pastors

Every pastor will face challenges, whether it’s in their ministry, family, or personal life. Our desire is to provide pastors with encouragement and hope that will help them grow and thrive in all areas of life. All of our blogs are practical and shared with the intent of helping pastors persevere in their God-given calling.

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