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Patience: The Lifelong Work of a Leader

The Emotionally Healthy Leader Podcast

Release Date: 12/17/2019

How do we do church when we can’t gather? show art How do we do church when we can’t gather?

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In today's podcast, Pete addresses this concern head-on. Drawing from historical and global case studies, Pete helps us reframe how the church can thrive even when we can't gather.

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Redefining Success When the Numbers Fall Flat show art Redefining Success When the Numbers Fall Flat

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In today's podcast, I offer a few ways for us to reframe "success" that will serve us well as we continue our journey through the unknown.

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Why Leaders Need More than a Why Leaders Need More than a "Quiet Time" Pt. 2

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Back in June, I released the first part of today's topic, making a case that leaders must dramatically change the way we approach our devotional life with Jesus.

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This week's podcast focuses on how we can stay anchored in God and ourselves in the midst of such continued uncertainty. Unless we find solid ground on which to stand, it will be nearly impossible for us to help others who are struggling to find their footing in the midst of storms.

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God’s Revelation that Burns Through Racism: Part 2 show art God’s Revelation that Burns Through Racism: Part 2

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Building on last week's podcast theme, today's episode features a deeper exploration of the church as described in Ephesians 3:1-13. We must be gripped by God's design for the church to be one body that spans race, culture, gender, and class.

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God’s Revelation that Burns Through Racism: Part 1 show art God’s Revelation that Burns Through Racism: Part 1

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Today’s podcast features part one of a time-tested sermon in which Pete explores God’s plan to create a new international family. Exploring Ephesians 2:1-11, we are introduced to God’s vision for the church - a revelation so powerful that it dismantles complacency and burns through the sin of racism.

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Declaring God Wins When It Appears He is Losing show art Declaring God Wins When It Appears He is Losing

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In this podcast I address one of the most important tasks before us as leaders – declaring the certainty of God’s future in the face of the multiple crisis facing our people, our nations, and our churches.

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4 Reasons We Must Reclaim a Deep Spirituality Amidst Upheavals and Turmoil  show art 4 Reasons We Must Reclaim a Deep Spirituality Amidst Upheavals and Turmoil

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The world is reeling from three global upheavals.

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Why We Must Learn to Grieve to Address Racial Injustice  show art Why We Must Learn to Grieve to Address Racial Injustice

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In this podcast, Pete addresses fundamental discipleship issues confronting the church today in the midst of the global awakening around racial injustice – grief and loss. 

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Generational Racism: Using the Genogram to See and Slay It show art Generational Racism: Using the Genogram to See and Slay It

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In the wake of George Floyd’s death, Americans and people around the globe are expressing outrage and grief on a level I’ve never seem in my lifetime. It appears to be a moment in which God is doing something significant in the world and the church.

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In this week's podcast, Pete touches on a subject that is a challenge to every leader-being able to have patience in a world that is impatient. Pete explains why learning to wait patiently is one of the greatest gifts we can give to those around us. May we be able to "Be still before the Lord" and learn to wait on Him.