Chris and Tracy continue their conversation with Pastor Sean Seay of Athens Church. Sean’s story is needed to be heard in today’s audience of leaders. He spoke in the previous episode about deep wounds he carried—and each leader carries—into ministry. He now brings listeners back to this important question: “What’s it like to be on the other side of me?” All real growth begins with self awareness. Brokenness will hurt the people leaders serve and love. But what can be done about those wounds and unhealthy tendencies? Sean took a sabbatical, stayed away from church events, and began counseling intensive. That season moved him toward a healthy soul. His honesty invites leaders to be still, to hit pause, to deal with addictive tendencies, to change diets and schedules, to view life holistically. Lead with a healthy you!
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Ruthless Elimination of Hurry - John Mark Comer book - HERE
Robb Reimer - Soul Care book - HERE
Soul Keeping - John Ortberg book - HERE