The Importance Of Margin

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I had a great time on the Thriving In Ministry podcast with Kyle Willis and Dace Clifton. 

Jesus demonstrated an important principle for all leaders: In order for us to lead effectively over a long period of time, leaders must be healthy. Jesus showed us His mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional health. 

In my discussion with Kyle and Dace, we talked about the value of creating margins in our life to keep us at our full potential.  

I have five chapters in my book Shepherd Leadership: The Metrics That Really Matter where I dive deep into how leaders can work on being wholly healthy. I encourage you to check it out. You can also check out a short clip from a recent Craig And Greg Show episode where we discuss the importance of self-care.  

I’ll be sharing more clips from this Thriving In Ministry interview soon, so please stay tuned. Shepherd Leadership: The Metrics That Really Matter is available in print or ebook, and in audiobook through either Audible or Apple.

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One Response to “The Importance Of Margin”

  1. Craig T. Owens Says:

    “You find in so many of the Messianic psalms that Jesus said, ‘I am poor and needy.’ That is why He spent so many early morning hours with His Father, and spent whole nights in prayer. I am sure that God has much for those of us who will get desperate and spend much time waiting on Him.” —Stanley Frodsham, shared in Faith Campbell’s book Prophet With A Pen

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