Reframing Your Ministry:
Balancing Professional Responsibilities and Personal Needs
Dr. Headley brings a new perspective on balance to ministry. He shows that a pastor is only going to be effective for the long haul if he dedicates time to his family and to himself. A pastor is a human being, after all, and cannot fill all the needs of all his parishioners.
Too many ministers focus on the needs of others at the expense of themselves and their families. Drawing from biblical examples, especially Moses, Headley shows that God never intended for one person to do it all. From Jesus' example, he calls ministers to find ways of spiritual retreat. He outlines the Biblical basis for healthy boundaries. Excellent resource for starting well and finishing strong.
RELIGION / Christian Ministry / Pastoral Resources
216 Pages 5.5" x 8.5"