- A Place of Rest and Refuge for Those Who Serve -
Increasingly, spiritual leaders are totally exhausted and spent as they counsel others and often deal alone with a list of endless difficulties in their ministry. This leads to frustration and sometimes a quick decision to quit ministry when maybe a short-term get-away would bring a fresh perspective and resolve to stay.
Princeton Pike has converted its main parsonage into a place of refuge for such leaders. Eagles’ Landing is situated on a 5-acre lot in Liberty Township offering a place of tranquility and restoration.
Eagles’ Landing is a place for pastors, missionaries and spiritual leaders to replenish their passion for ministry. It has been designed as a place for:
Who Ministers to Those Who Minister?
Statistics from the George Barna Institute, H.B.London, The Fuller Institute and Pastoral Care, Inc.
90% of Pastors feel inadequate trained for the increasing ministry demands.
50% have considered leaving the ministry in the last 12 months.
50% of ministers starting out will not last 5 years.
70% do not have someone they consider to be a close friend.
94% of clergy families feel the pressure of the pastor’s ministry.
Executive Secretary, Erma Strack
Business Administrator, Jerry Townsley