Small-group ministry is far too important to be led by unhealthy, burned out leaders. Whether you're a volunteer leader or a paid staff member, you need to ensure that you're a healthy leader. This resource is for any and all leaders in small-group ministry—from the pastor to the coach to the small-group leader. You'll learn how to find your joy in God rather than in your work for him. Plus, you'll gain a better understanding of what it looks like to be a holistically healthy leader. Use this resource on your own or with a group of leaders to assess your health together.
For a sample from this resource, read Find Your Joy in God.
Separate Your Work from Your Relationship with God
Find Your Joy in God
Not in your work for him
By Brandon Hudson
Keep Your Passion for Christ Alive
How to avoid making your work for God an idol
By John Wentz
When Your Relationship with Christ Is Entwined with Your Ministry
5 steps to get you back on track
By Seth Widner
Leaders must be willing to examine their inner life.
Interview with Peter Scazzero
Emotionally Healthy Leadership
Leading out of health and wholeness
By Peri Gilbert
Beyond Spiritual Health
How to pursue spiritual, relational, and physical health while in ministry
Interview with Pete Briscoe
Change Your Thoughts
Why evaluating your thoughts is crucial to healthy leadership
By Alan Danielson
Envy: A Temptation for Leadership
It's one of the respectable sins we find easy to hide.
By Marlena Graves
A Seaworthy Leader
Why Sabbath rest is crucial to stay afloat
By Bert Crabbe
Learn to Rest from Ministry
How to leave the work at work
By Seth Widner
Total number of pages - 30
You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource for use in your local church.