What you can do…
I know ministry can be lonely and challenging–especially now. Over the last six months, I’ve talked with pastors around the US and Canada who say:
“I miss the in-person connection with people that kept me going before.”
“Some people aren’t happy with me no matter what I do.”
Join me for: How to keep going: sustain ministry (and yourself!) through these days
A 3-webinar series. Wednesdays, October 21st, October 28th, November 4th at 10 am PT/1 p.m. ET
#1 Get clear: you can have more of what you want than you think–even now
#2 Stay connected: know who to spend your time with and how best to relate to them
#3 Keep calm: Stay cool when you’re on your last nerve
Learn how you can:
- Discern what you are really responsible for–and what you aren’t.
- Develop your own stamina.
- Know yourself more deeply–your strengths and your hot buttons.
- Work on relationships with key players (And when not to pursue them.)
- Discern when to let things go and when to take a stand.
- Decide what to do and not do.
- Figure out what to do when anxiety spikes (in you and in others).
- Get some time off (even if you’re the only one who knows the tech).
- Do what you need to do without burning out.
I’ve been teaching about sustainable ministry to church leaders from at least a dozen denominations for over 20 years. Here’s what one participant said after my last webinar series on financial stewardship in the face of Covid-19:
“Through her helpful thoughts, advice, and questions she offered me an opportunity to get calm, to get clear in my thinking, and to connect with my people so that I can be courageous and brave about our church’s stewardship and finances.”
– Rev. Tom Parker
Here’s what it costs & how it works:
The webinars are $50 for the series, or $20 each.
Even if you can’t make it live, you’ll get the link to the recording. Webinars are delivered via Zoom. Each webinar will be no more than one hour.