Here’s the guide …
Here’s your guide to week 1 of The Myth of Balance Workshop Series, which begins Monday, July 10.
To avoid overloading your inbox, we’ll post each week’s guide in the Facebook group the week before, on Wednesday. So, on July 12 check the Facebook group for week 2, on July 19 download week 3, and so forth.
To download week 1, click below:
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- Every Monday at 1 p.m. EDT, join the Facebook group for a LIVE video of Frank discussing the next chapter of the book and walking you through its practical applications.
- Every Tuesday from 1–2 p.m., join Frank in the Facebook group for discussion of your questions and comments.
- Every Wednesday, check the Facebook group to download the next week’s guide and to stay in the loop.
See you July 10!
If you’re feeling the stress of juggling ministry, work, and life, then it’s time to reclaim your schedule. The Myth of Balance Workshop will help you create your own custom plan for managing your time and your ministry in a way that helps alleviate some of that burden, guilt, and stress. Visit MythofBalance.com for more details.
Join us today on the Orange Leaders page for a Facebook Live video! Frank will be telling us more about the FREE Myth of Balance Workshop Series, starting July 10. (Don’t come alone! Tag your friends who need to know. There could be a free giveaway involved.)
As a child, TGIF was a big part of my family’s weekly routine. At 8 p.m. every Friday night, we would huddle in front of our 19-inch TV to watch the Tanner and Winslow families navigate life. Steve Urkel would whine, “Did I do that?” and Jesse would make us all smile with his, “Have Mercy!” The biggest laughs always came when Joey would say his catch phrase, “Cut it out.” It was his way of saying stop, you’re embarrassing me . . . but don’t really stop.
It’s interesting how preparing for this blog post about pruning programs for ministry led me to a childhood memory. When the to-do list seems insurmountable and there aren’t enough volunteers to make it all happen, most of us would say we are open to the idea of scaling back programming. We’re open to it . . . until it’s time to actually make the required changes. Cutting back in ministry is extremely difficult because people have come to expect what we offer. Families have fallen in love with pieces of our ministry. Volunteers have grown to enjoy the routine they’ve established. Most of the time, change doesn’t feel like opportunity, it feels like sacrifice.
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Jess and I can’t wait for #OC17. It really is our favorite conference of the year! If you’ve been waiting to register, the wait is over!
If you’ve never been then you should know what’s going to happen.
- You’ll learn from, share with, and be accepted by those in your tribe.
- You’ll hear speakers that are innovative, practical and experienced.
- You’ll have the freedom to set your own agenda with over 100 breakouts.
- Your team will get back on the same page.
- And you’ll be reminded that ministry can also be crazy, ridiculous fun! That’s a lot of awesome.
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Ministry leaders: a healthy family AND a strong commitment to the local church IS possible. Don’t give up, there’s too much at stake.