There are few things that fascinate us like the Tour de France. It is an annual multiple stage bicycle race that is primarily held in France, while also occasionally passing through nearby countries. It consists of 21 day-long stages, covering 2200 miles.
This race reminds of what it takes to stay in the race of the ‘game’ of leadership and ministry (whether you’re volunteering or being paid to do so.) If you want to know how to lead for the long haul, then listen to Part 2 of our discussion, in this podcast.
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Do you ever wonder how long you can stay in the game? Do you ever wonder how much you’ve got left and whether or not you can last, in whatever God has called you to do?
If you’ve ever wondered, then click play above.
In this podcast episode, we continue our discussion about what we’ve learned about what it means to stay in the race or ‘game’ of leadership, as well as being sidelined.
If you missed our Part 1 of this podcast on Leading for the long haul: 8 practices that will keep you in the game, then click HERE.
We care about you staying in the game. Here are just a few of the essential practices that are helping us, and leaders like yourself that we’re working with, to gain a thriving ministry without losing our souls.
We recently sat down and analyzed some of the things that helped us get back in the game and stay in the game. As we’ve worked with many leaders in recent years, we’ve recognized the same things that were helping us, could help them, to gain a thriving ministry, without losing their souls.
Don’t forget: The offering of your true self, is the most important thing you can do, to love and serve the world… And it’s all the world needs from you.
To find out more, listen to this podcast in its entirety by clicking on the above play button.
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