Publications

(2022). Seminary students and physical health: beliefs, behaviors, and barriers. Journal of Religion and Health.

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(2021). The Selah study protocol of three interventions to manage stress among clergy: a preference-based randomized waitlist-control trial. Trials.

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(2021). The financial impacts of COVID-19 on United Methodist Churches in North Carolina: a qualitative study of pastors’ perspectives and strategies.. Review of Religious Research.

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(2021). Changes in Sabbath-keeping and mental health over time: evaluation findings from the Sabbath Living study. Journal of Psychology and Theology.

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(2021). Pastoral ministry in unsettled times: A qualitative study of the experiences of clergy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Review of Religious Research.

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(2021). Evaluation of a remote, internet-delivered version of the trier social stress test. International Journal of Psychophysiology.

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(2021). Clergy who leave congregational ministry: a review of the literature. Journal of Psychology and Theology.

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(2020). Enjoyment and meaning in daily activities among caregivers of orphaned and separated children in four countries. Children and Youth Services Review.

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(2020). Using a holistic health approach to achieve weight-loss maintenance: results from the spirited life intervention. Translational Behavioral Medicine.

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(2020). Age differences in trajectories of depressive, anxiety, and burnout symptoms in a population with a high likelihood of persistent occupational distress. International Psychogeriatrics.

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(2019). Religion and caregiving for orphans and vulnerable children: a qualitative study of caregivers across four religious traditions and five global contexts. Journal of Religion and Health.

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(2019). Putting virtues in context: engaging the VIA classification of character strengths in caregiving for orphans and vulnerable children across cultures. The Journal of Positive Psychology.

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(2019). Caring and thriving: an international qualitative study of caregivers of orphaned and vulnerable children and strategies to sustain positive mental health. Children and Youth Services Review.

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(2018). Disentangling race and socioeconomic status in health disparities research: an examination of Black and White clergy. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.

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(2018). Perceived social support, received social support, and depression among clergy. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.

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(2018). Household charitable giving at the intersection of gender, marital status, and religion. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.

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(2017). A 2-year holistic health and stress intervention: results of an RCT in clergy. American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

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(2017). Prospective associations between depressive symptoms and the metabolic syndrome: the spirited life study of Methodist pastors in North Carolina. Annals of Behavioral Medicine.

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(2017). The honeymoon is over: occupational relocation and changes in mental health among United Methodist clergy. Review of Religious Research.

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(2015). Historicizing the megachurch. Journal of Social History.

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(2015). Methodological considerations in the use of name generators and interpreters. Social Networks.

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(2015). Farmland protection and agricultural land values at the urban-rural fringe: British Columbia’s agricultural land reserve. American Journal of Agricultural Economics.

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(2014). Intersectionality and identity: an exploration of Arab-American women. Religion and Inequality in America: Research and Theory on Religion’s Role in Stratification.

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(2011). The loosening bond of religion on Canadian society: reply to bibby. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.

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(2011). Changing patterns of attendance at religious services in Canada, 1986-2008. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.

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(2011). Intersecting identities as a source of religious incongruence. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.

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