This article is part of a series of helpful resources for clergy emerging from the Notre Dame University, Wellbeing at Work project, “Flourishing in Ministry”: A national, longitudinal study of the well-being of clergy in North America. The Wesleyan Church is a partnering denomination in this study.
This article provides a foundational explanation of the four major dimensions of flourishing in ministry: Everyday happiness, Resilience, Self-Integrity, and Thriving. For more information about this project, see The Wellbeing at Work website.
This resource is published with permission from Dr. Matthew Bloom, Principal researcher of the Wellbeing at Work Project.