Sermon Illustrations about Burnout
Home > Illustrations > Topics > B > Burnout
Find fresh sermon illustrations on Burnout to help bring your sermon to life.
Hey, New Mom, Have You Considered Relaxing?
Writing in the New Yorker, Lucy Huber and Joanna Davis have some advice for new mothers:
Hello! I see you are a young mother caring for your young children, ...
Restaurants Prioritize Employee Emotional Wellness
A reporter at an alternative newsmagazine has been noticing a particular trend in the Portland, Oregon food scene. Many boutique restaurants, pop-ups, ...
Businesses Are Dealing with Millennial Burnout
It was a typical Monday morning at a cloud services company in Denver, except for a weeping 29-year-old project manager crouched in the emergency stairwell. ...
The Oregon Trail Taught One Pioneer About Sunday Rest
In May, 1853, Phoebe and her husband Holden Judson joined a covered wagon train near Kansas City hoping to reach Washington Territory by mid-October. ...
Dating App Users Feel Burnt Out
Twent-eight-year-old Abby has been on dating apps for eight years, bouncing between OkCupid, Bumble, Tinder, eHarmony, Match, WooPlus, Coffee Meets Bagel, ...
New Year’s Resolution: Rediscover Boredom in the Smartphone Age
Smartphones have changed the way we inhabit public space and more specifically, how we fill our time while waiting. Consequently, day-dreaming, thinking, ...
The Meaning in the Monotony
Stephanie is a young mother with four children. Her typical day includes waking up at dawn, diapering and feeding one child while clothing another, preparing ...
4-Year-Old Has ‘Case of the Mondays’
Four-year-old Landry’s reaction to another Monday was video recorded by his home’s outdoor security camera. The lens is focused on the driveway ...
Gym Classes Focus on New Fitness Goal: Rest
There’s a new trend at gym classes around the country. Americans emerging from more than two years of pandemic are looking for something new in ...
Stressed People Pay for Solitude
During the pandemic, many of us turned to smartphones and screens to manage our stress. But as public life opens up again, some are looking for a different ...