Here are some examples:
and a series of six posts interacting directly with Segers’ questions for atheists:
A little less than a year ago (8/31/2014 to be exact), a video featuring Segers was posted on the internet in which he states, in a rather sober, up-front talk to a camera, that he has been suffering from depression – a problem that has been affecting him since, he says, 2011, a problem which has caused him to cry tears into his own beard (yes, that bad!).
A new study conducted among more than 1,700 pastors has found that clergy are at far greater risk for depression and anxiety, mostly due to stress, than those with other occupations.The study by the Clergy Health Initiative (CHI) at Durham-based Duke Divinity School interviewed over 1,726 United Methodist pastors in North Carolina by phone and through online surveys. It found that the clergy depression prevalence was 8.7 percent and 11.1 percent respectively, significantly higher than the 5.5 percent rate of the national sample.