Dr. G. Lloyd Rediger offers the following programs in seminar, retreat, lecture, conference, and sermon formats. These may include question and answer sessions, group activities, individual exercises, and confidential consultations. A modest honorarium plus expenses is requested.
Fit to be a Pastor
Body/Mind/Spirit fitness and health models are offered to increase leadership effectiveness and joy in ministry, for pastors, lay leaders and congregations.
Managing the Clergy Killer Phenomenon
Analyzes increase in abuse towards clergy: provides strategies for managing spiritual terrorism; explores congregational health.
Whatever Became of Ethics?
Examines massive trends to replace ethics of belief with ethics of consequences; reviews moral-spiritual stewardship in congregations.
Studies and supports traditional and new healing models in churches; explores collegiality among clergy, physicians, helping professions.
Spiritual Disciplines for Today
Offers simple, nurturing spiritual regimens which believers want but think they are too busy to practice, share and enjoy.
Examines how congregations function, manage change, develop worship and witness initiatives; suggests models based on mission plus stewardship.
Care and Counsel Pastoring
Provides a brief, realistic plan for pastors who recognize their counseling role, but want to avoid longterm counseling vulnerabilities.
Dealing with Moral Malfeasance
Teaches how to handle misconduct by spiritual leaders, examines danger signals, intervention, prevention and recovery.
Celebration of Relationships
Explores keys to developing appropriate, emotionally secure and productive relationships for couples, families, parishes and work teams.
Provides a working model for collegial groups among clergy, staffs and other spiritual leaders — ecumenical or denominational.
Pastoral Counselor In-Residence
This is a residential or commuter program in which Dr. Rediger visits a congregation or agency to provide confidential consultations, study and training sessions and sermons to fit local needs and opportunities.