Practical Ministry Skills
Developing an Emotionally Healthy Church
The church is the primary vehicle for emotional as well as spiritual growth.
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Overview

Anyone who has gone looking to the church as a home of perfect people immune from the problems of the secular world knows that this is, sadly, far from reality. Too often we neglect emotional health and maturity in the discipleship process, at the expense of spiritual growth.

This 20-page resource is designed to help you assess and address the spiritual health and maturity in yourself, your leaders, and your congregation so you can move together toward emotional and spiritual maturity.

NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Imbalanced Spirituality
Are we aware of the emotional health of ourselves and our churches?

Seven Principles of an Emotionally Healthy Church
Use these guidelines to determine the emotional health of your church.

Survival Skills
What you need to minister with your spirit intact.

Beating the Pastoral Blues (free sample)
The effects of emotional immaturity on a life.

Maintaining Your Psychological Balance
How a counseling pastor preserves his emotional health.

The Emotional Reservoir
Four areas to focus on.

Rejuvenate
13 ways to refresh your soul.


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Topics:Character, Christian life, Health, Spiritual Leadership, Stress
Filters:Counseling, Pastor, Pastoral care
References:Jeremiah 30:17, Psalm 4:1, Psalm 139:23, Psalm 69:29
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