This health chart provided by the United Methodist Church for clergy is an excellent study. As a clergy you might benefit from knowing in few words what helps you become a healthy clergy could long way. Credits to WesPath
“The Church Systems Task Force research identified 13 factors that are highly correlated with clergy health, differentiating those who are healthy from those who are unhealthy. The 13 factors identify sources of stress, challenges to maintaining physical health, obstacles to emotional health, impacts upon social health, the importance of spiritual health and the influence of finances. Individuals who are able to manage and address these factors tend to be healthier. Healthy churches and congregations foster healthy clergy and church leaders— and vice versa. These factors are relevant for church leaders — clergy and laity alike. The Wesleyan way inextricably links the health of the Church with the health of its clergy. The leadership of healthy clergy is essential for vital local churches and vibrant mission in the world.” A General Agency Of The United Methodist Church.