A milestone study of health among United Methodist clergy has been completed. For ten years, from 2007 to 2017, an intensive study focused on the ongoing health of UM clergy in North Carolina. The findings have been published in a surprisingly readable book called Faithful and Fractured: Responding to the Clergy Health Crisis, co-written by Rae Jean Proeschold-Bell and Jason Byassee (Baker Academic, 2018). Despite the ominous-sounding title, the book is very helpful in its approach, both sharing some hard truths about the peculiar burdens of the work of clergy and providing practical suggestions to address the identified issues. What many clergypersons know intuitively has been named and articulated in a well-written book, complete with data analysis, theological reflection, and real-life stories. The end result is some very encouraging news about clergy health and how it can be improved.