Sabbatical Resources

By RobertGreen

Veteran InterVarsity staff member Bob Green coaches InterVarsity staff members taking a sabbatical. Here he describes the three seasons of the sabbatical experience.

By RobertGreen

 A sabbatical is an excellent time to assess one’s call to ministry because it provides the space to reflect and explore that ways the Lord has been leading you. What follows is the approach that veteran InterVarsity staff member Bob Green uses with the numerous sabbatical staff that he supervises.

By Steven Stuckey

Your sabbatical journey is coming to an end. How do you make sense of what you learned and experienced? What thoughts, practices and disciplines do you want to carry with you into the future? This brief guide will help you sort through those questions and write a report that will convince your supervisor that you did more than spend six months watching Big Bang Theory reruns.

By Doug Stewart

Many people visit their doctor for an annual check-up to assess their state of physical health. The doctor usually asks a lot of questions. The twenty-five questions in this article are what you could expect a soul doctor to ask you. Consider using it during a retreat day once a year.

By Doug Stewart

Every age and stage of life has its own unique set of questions. Knowing them gives us a better understanding of how to build a larger view of our own lives. This document will help you to do that.