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Items Tagged "Clergy Health"

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Students grow vegetables to be served in the cafeteria at Seminary Hill Farm.

Seminary Farm Combines Theology and Ecology

United Methodist seminary offers degree programs focusing on organic farming and food justice. View

The United Methodist Cross and Flame and medical caduceus symbol.

Can health care law save conferences money?

Facing mounting health care costs for an aging risk pool, some conferences are turning to the Affordable Care Act for relief. Read More

Agency: Health law needs fix for churches

Without the Church Health Plan Act, the future of church-sponsored health plans is in danger, says the United Methodist pension board. Read More

Mental health: Clergy job often equals stress

Itinerancy, too little down time and even too many potlucks take their toll on spiritual leaders if they don't focus on their own health. Read More

What does Obamacare mean for churches?

The answer will depend on how U.S. conferences are able to use the insurance marketplaces after Oct. enrollment begins. Read More

Florida to end insurance for some workers

Conference decision will mean many lay employees of churches will have to look to the exchange for coverage. Read More

Survey finds clergy’s worries add on pounds

Pension and health board reports United Methodist clergy exercise more than other U.S. adults do but still have more medical issues. Read More

Agency focuses on centennial, health initiatives

Health, wellness and central conference pensions will be among board's future emphases. Read More

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