Home > Store > Women Leaders > Resource
Women Leaders
Recovering from a Big Project
You accomplished something enormous, now how do you get back on your feet?
Store Code: GFL99
Format: Adobe PDF Premium Content - Click for info
Price: $7.95






Overview

I thrive on getting something new going and seeing it succeed. So when our church needed a women's ministry, I stepped up to launch it, although I had no experience and had never even been involved in one before.

However, I threw myself into it wholeheartedly, researched all sorts of models, and dove in head first. And it went well. But after several years, my energy began to flag. I needed to be recharged. This resource will help you do just that.

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:

Introduction 
Recharging

Leader's Guide 
How to use "Recovering from a Big Project" for a group study.

Don't Just Do Something, Stand There! 
Employing the unintuitive power of silence, stillness, and rest.

Fireworks or a Candle? 
A Spanish pastor's reflections on the work that lasts.

Hope Matters 
Rediscover a powerful source of energy and rest.

Refocused Vocation 
Over the centuries, it's been distorted, but history sharpens our view of every Christian's calling.

Where I Find Refreshment 
How six people who minister replenish their energy and refresh their spirits.

How to Score a Sabbatical 
When I requested a sabbatical, I was rebuffed. Today, here's what I would do differently.


Join Now

Also of Interest
Top Articles of 2008 Discussion Pack
Hot topics for reflection and conversation

Knowing God
Know God intimately and lead others to do the same.




Reaching the Disconnected Male
How to move men on the fringe into active, focused discipleship.

Developing a Mission
The importance of the mission.

Topics:Human limitations, Leadership, Renewal
Filters:Pastoral care, Woman leader, Women's ministry
References:None
share this pageshare this page


User Reviews

Average User Rating:

No comments

Submit Your Rating and Review *

Low

High

1000 character limit

* Comments may be edited for tone and clarity.



Member Center
Log in


Meet Our Editorial Advisors

More from Christianity Today