4 Tips for Clergy & Activists to Thrive When the World is Burning

with Sandhya Jha

and Servant BK Woodson

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Sandhya Jha

Sandhya Jha (she/they) is an anti-oppression and racial equity consultant with a history in policy, community organizing and multifaith advocacy. She loves to preach, write, and share a VERY strong cup of tea and some great with friends and friends-to-be. Oakland is her one true love.

BK Woodson

Servant BK Woodson, Sr. is a creative catalyst. He uses his talents as an author, pastor, community organizer, husband and father to inspire the best in all he has the privilege to meet.

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Clergy and activist colleagues, it's been a rough year! 2020 and 2021 have tested and stretched us to suddenly become Zoom experts, leaders of online worships, master pivot-dancers, racial injustice watchdogs, and social justice warriors all while handling our own stress and reactions to a global pandemic. In short, the world has been burning.


Tired, anyone?


Could it be, possibly, that you might be nearing the edge of burn out? This can be tricky, because sometimes the signs are up on us before we can recognize them. For clergy, this is ESPECIALLY true because we are responsible to congregations and communities in unique ways. Self-care is vital but often neglected (sound familiar) AND it is more than getting a manicure or taking a day off.


True self-care originates in your THOUGHTS and your internal sense of well-being.


Good news is here! Thresholds of the Soul is offering a free training for clergy and activists to give you 4 strategies to thrive even when the world is burning. Join Sandhya Jha and BK Woodson for a 45 minute session around redirecting your energy and spirit so that you can thrive while serving others and get in touch with the core of who you are.

This is for clergy and activists specifically, and we're thrilled to welcome you to this training for Thresholds of the Soul. Register here to watch the replay!