They shed light on the traps of unrealistic expectations and how they unknowingly drag us into an unhealthy lifestyle and dive deeper into the essence of health for ministry leaders.
They reflect on how the pursuit of spiritual growth often comes at the expense of our personhood.
Don’t miss this insightful discussion aimed at inspiring a more sustainable approach in your ministry. Discover how self-care practices can strengthen your spiritual journey and bring you closer to God’s plan for you.
Rev. Chris Adams, Ph.D., is a Professor, Chaplain, and Executive Director of the Mental Health and the Church Project at Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology (Biola University). Chris is the lead researcher for the Flourishing in Ministry project. He is a frequent speaker at seminaries, pastors’ and spouses’ retreats, and conferences. View Bio