This episode promises to provide deep insights as we engage in part two of our conversation with Jay Whittmeyer, executive director of the Lombard Mennonite Peace Center. As we navigate the complex labyrinth of relationships, we unravel the lesser-known ways they can unintentionally polarize relationships, resulting in a climate of anxiety and exclusion. However, it’s not all turbulence and tension – we also uncover the positive side of these triangles.
Wearing the hat of effective leadership is no easy feat, and this episode strives to underscore the indispensability of self-care in that journey. Listen as we spill the beans on how ministry leaders can arm themselves better with invaluable tools such as those from the Lombard Mennonite Peace Center and Bryce Coaching. We wrap up our enlightening discussion with a note of encouragement to ministry leaders out there – to practice radical self-care and build sustainability in their lives, thereby equipping them to fulfill God's calling in the long haul. Get ready to be enlightened, inspired, and challenged!
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