5 Tips For Handling Discouragement In Leadership

When you sign up to be a leader, you also sign up to experience some seasons of discouragement. It comes with the territory. Not everyone will like your decisions and will let you know it….sometimes in “not so nice ways.” You will lose people. Some because they don’t care for you as their leader and some because you have to let them go. You will be frustrated at times with an employee’s performance and cannot express your frustration to your closest friends, because they are on the team with you. There is oftentimes loneliness at the top. You will feel … Continue reading 5 Tips For Handling Discouragement In Leadership

3 Ways to Minimize Burnout in Ministry

By: Andrew Hale The statistics are clear – churches are closing their doors and ministers are being sidelined at an overwhelming pace. Ministry can be frustrating and tends to wear on the mind and body. Once this feeling of failure begins to overwhelm, the end result of burnout is sure to follow. Burnout comes from a variety of sources, many of which are avoidable. Whether you are new to ministry or you have been serving for years, you have to make effective adjustments in your walk to minimize the risk of burning out. There are many ways to strengthen your … Continue reading 3 Ways to Minimize Burnout in Ministry