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Ministry can put a lot of strain on even the most healthy marriages. In this video, Rob Ketterling, lead pastor of River Valley Church, talks about mistakes he made when trying to balance ministry and his home life and a few things he has learned to stay healthy for the long haul. Whether you are married, dating, or single, these bits of advice will help you be a better leader.
When urgent matters start to take over your schedule it's easy to lose track of your priorities as a leader. In this video, Herbert Cooper, lead pastor of People's Church, gives insight on what things need to be at the forefront of every leader's schedule.
Pastor Jason Exley of Life Church in Midlothian, TX, shares from his personal experience about the importance of scheduling time with your family – and guarding that time well – while serving in ministry with excellence.
Comparison can destroy joy and leave even the most successful leaders feeling like failures. In a culture that promotes comparison everywhere you look, it can be hard for leaders to avoid this common trap. In this episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey discusses three ways we compare ourselves to others negatively – and three positive comparisons we should make instead.
Healthy people do healthy things. Healthy leadership is a choice to do things that enrich your physical, emotional, and spiritual health. In this video, Eric Montoya from The Grove church in Santa Fe, New Mexico talks about how you can make the choice to be a healthy leader and have a brighter future.
When we're exhausted we don’t lead as well and can make poor decisions. Although it may feel spiritual, it may just be a physical problem. Here are 3 things to help you stay physically up to the task of leading.
What do you do when you feel like calling it quits? Michael Norman and Greg Ford dive into a discussion on the stressors of church planting – and how to cope and refresh your energy.