FIVE COMMON WAYS CHURCH LEADERS RESPOND TO OVERLOAD ANXIETY – RAINER ON LEADERSHIP #581

ThomRainer.com | 5/22/2015 | Staff
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Today’s episode is an important topic in the life of the church leader. Anxiety could come from a number of sources including staff, congregational members, elders, or other church expectations. Thom and Sam give some tips on how to find help and stay healthy.

Responses

Here are the five common responses to overload:

Other highlights:

Pastor - Weight - Congregation

A good pastor will help carry the weight of their congregation.

Sometimes church leaders feel like firefighters rather than pastors.

Anxiety - People - Tasks

Anxiety comes from people and tasks.

We need to take away from the negative stigma around mental health. Don’t be afraid to seek professional help.

Resources

Resources:

The mission at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission. The school offers more than 40 different degree programs, including the new Master of Arts in Church...
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