Are you in ministry and find yourself exhausted from it all? Do you struggle creating boundaries? Do you want a day off? You are in the right place!
The Women in Ministry United podcast is for women who want to break free from overwhelm, lead with focus, and have time for things outside of ministry.
"For I know the plans I have for you," says the LORD. "They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope."
These words from Jeremiah 29:11 are some of the most well known in the Bible. What isn't as well known is that they were spoken to people who had just been carried off into exile and told that they would be there for 70 years.
In today's world, we look for a day without coronavirus. That is the future we want. But God says that we can thrive in the midst of exile and captivity. Be encouraged that you can be fruitful and multiple in the midst of this difficult season.
Do you feel like there is just too much to do? Do you struggle to get it all done? You are not alone. In this episode, Jen gives you three more tips as she continues the conversation about how to regain control over your time.
Want more tips? You can find them HERE.
Do you feel like you never have enough time to get everything done? Does it seem like you are at the mercy of what's happening around you? In part one of this two part series, Jen shares three tips to help you regain control over your time.
What more tips? Download our guide HERE.
One of the greatest motivators in any journey is to remember where you used to be. In today's episode, Jen takes you back to the beginning of the Giving Up Normal podcast. It is still a rallying cry for us all to give up the normal ways of leadership that are hurting our souls so that we can lead as the people God has created us to be!
Do you know why you have reached the point where you know things must change? Why do you need to invest time and energy into restoring your soul? In this episode, Jen shares why knowing YOUR WHY is vital to making progress on the journey when things get hard.
Your soul is the "you" that you bring into every role, every job, every relationship, and every activity. When we live as our true selves, we bend our roles, jobs, relationships, and activities to fit the design of our souls, the true essence of who we are and were meant to be. Sadly, however, most of us end us changing who we are in order to fit the role that we play. This is dangerous territory.
In today's episode, Jen discusses the importance of living and leading as your true self, out of a healthy soul. She shares three keys to nourishing your soul and enabling you to be you.
There is a trend within the culture that drives me crazy. It keeps us from growing spiritually, disconnects us from the world around us, and tarnishes our legacy. Any guess what it is?
In this episode, you'll learn about this trend and what you can do to see if it has seeped into your culture.
It didn't take long before feeling the pull to create healthy rhythms and boundaries. Even though I worked in the church, the culture was very similar to the world...keep going, keep doing...move from one busy season to the next. I wanted and needed something different! In today's episode, as I reflect on my journey, I share 4 things I wish I knew earlier.
This free guide shares tips to lay a solid foundation and gives you practical strategies that you can put into place in order to free up margin in your week and stay on track!