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Recovering from a Big Project
You accomplished something enormous, now how do you get back on your feet?
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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.

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This Resource contains all of the following:

Introduction
Recharging

Leader's Guide
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Don't Just Do Something, Stand There!
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Fireworks or a Candle?
A Spanish pastor's reflections on the work that lasts.

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

How to Score a Sabbatical
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Topics:Human limitations, Leadership, Renewal
Filters:Pastoral care, Woman leader, Women's ministry
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