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Fatigue happens. Here's four ways preachers can deal with it.
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This is so true, and might very well salvage many pastors and ministries
if they could look through the lense of "self-examination" and admit the struggle.
Thank you Sir!
Thanks for the article. Good to remember preachers are human instruments used by God. Acknowledging our humanity does help our the growth of our divine mandate. It also reminds us to look up to HIM who called us to serve him for strength to serve.
Thanks for an honest and biblically cogent answer to something anyone in ministry faces. Good reminders to look to Jesus as our Sabbath Rest (Heb 4:9-10).
Thanks for the article. I found it both helpful and encouraging.
I find August fatiguing. Church programing slows down for family vacations and family gatherings. I still feel the need to slow down myself. My mind is starting to move into September and the need to get things energized again, but it can feel like the congregation isn't waking up to be ready. I've decided that the August slowdown is just part of the rhythm of the church year, usually a needed part for the congregation and for me.
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