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“If you can’t stay afloat, you can’t help anybody.”
Dale is BACK from his 40-day Sabbatical. And he has quite the story to share with you. Let’s just say that the Sabbatical went nothing like he expected… 🙂
Today, Dale shares that story, what brought him to the end of himself, and how God allowed experiences that reinforced the Stalled message in his life. Listen in!
1) “When we get to a place in ministry where we’re bigger than Jesus, we’re in trouble.” When people talk more about us, or the methods of our church or our pastoring, than Jesus, we’re in trouble.
2) Do the people most important in your life know that you love them? More than anything else, we want to encourage you to take the time this week to really tell them and show them they’re most important.
3) Trauma affects you greatly. What unaddressed trauma do you have in your life? From the last year, and even as far back as childhood?
4) “If you can’t stay afloat, you can’t help anybody.” Pastor, how close are you to not being able to stay afloat?
Links to Resources Mentioned or Related
- 40 Years in the Making: Dale’s Stalled Story – Episode 44
- The Unseen Emotional Impact of the Pandemic on Pastors (w/ Karl Vaters) – Episode 82
- Use code PODCAST to get 10% off anything in our store!
- Read Stalled: Hope and Help for Pastors Who Thought They’d Be There By Now
- Join us with your spouse for the From Stalled to Freedom Conference in Greenville!
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