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Soul Health for Spiritual Leaders
The best leader is a spiritually healthy leader.
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We don't need anyone to tell us that church leaders are busy, often overloaded and overworked. As tasks pile up, too often the first thing to go is regular, one-on-one time spent with God. Attend to everyone else first, we think, and I'll get to 'me' when I can. But this not only cheats ourselves but also those to whom we minister. Only a spiritually healthy leader can lead others into spiritual health.

This 38-page resource lays out the case for the importance of regularly assessing your spiritual health, as well as practical guidelines for how to do so. It also offers resources for going about the work of developing spiritual health so you can effectively minister to others.

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:

Strengthening your leadership begins with deepening your engagement.

Hardworking Sloths
How being busy for God keeps us from attending to God.

Your Regular Checkup
Like a physical, a regular "spiritual" helps you gauge your soul health.

Four Prescriptions for Soul Health
These disciplines prepare the leader's soul for service.

No More 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'
Accountability assures our leaders don't look Christian on Sunday but act differently on Monday.

Your Most Important Conversation
A daily debriefing with God helps clear the soul for growth.

How Integrity Grows
Four admonitions from a seasoned spiritual guide.

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Topics:Accountability, Busyness, Character, Growth, Quiet time, Reflection, Spiritual Care, Spiritual Disciplines, Spiritual Leadership
Filters:Deacon, Elder, Management, Missionary, Pastor, Pastoral care, Prayer, Shepherd, Small group leader, Spiritual director, Sunday school, Worship leader
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Samuel Hamilton

October 05, 2011  6:02pm

God blessing be with you Powerful Material continue the good work hope to here more from you Rev SB Hamilton Jamaica

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sonny ayala

October 04, 2011  9:30am

I'm a Pilipino missionary. I'm interested to learn new ideas and programs for more efficient and effective mission work to the glory of God. God bless!

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