Escalating healthcare costs hit churches
Washington Post, February 25, 2008
Declining church memberships, an aging clergy, increasing healthccare costs and dwindling donations are creating conflicts for church leaders who are caught between caring for their ministers and managing budgets. At the same time, researchers have found that mainline Protestant ministers tend to be more overweight, stressed and depressed than the general population, creating increased health risks for the clergy.
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