A new day begins, you’ve got expectations, you blink, the day is over and you wonder, “What did I accomplish?” We all have days like that, but what should we do when those days become weeks and months?
It’s an overwhelming feeling to have your ministry stuck in a rut. If not addressed it can leave you feeling helpless and even burned out. If your ministry is stuck on a path that leads nowhere it means it’s time to:
Do you secretly resent your job? Is your temper a little short? Are you easily frustrated? You could be burnt out and not even know it.
Ministry is a grind. It’s easy to take one busy season and turn it into the norm and not even know it. The reason this happens is because of bad habits that need to be turned around. If you find yourself tired and worn out stop the craziness by:
Thanksgiving is over and now it’s that sprint before Christmas. During a time of so much to-do’s it’s easy to dance with burn out and find yourself exhausted. But, what if that didn’t have to be the case?
During our busiest seasons it’s easy to get disorganized and allow the inboxes fill up. It’s during a time when you wonder, “Is this really worth it?” To avoid burnout and really get the most out of this season:
Life gets crazy around this time of year. Summer is winding down (for some of us it’s over) and a full year of ministry awaits. There is content to write, ministers to recruit and it feels like a wave that’s going to crush you.
Breathe, because you can do this. The weeks leading up to something big, like the beginning of a season or a large event, can be daunting. You beg God to survive, but what if you could do more. If you want to thrive during times of pressure:
I’ve been at my job for almost 12 years. It’s a good chunk of time and it’s something that I’ve enjoyed. It’s changed my life and made me a better person; however, there have been times where I’ve wondered, “Do I still love doing this?”
Doesn’t matter where you work there are going to be times when you think about leaving. Why you leave matters and it isn’t a decision you should take lightly. If you aren’t sure whether to leave or go make sure you: