If you think your church is unhealthy, look in the mirror.
As hard as it is to admit, you reproduce who you are, not who you want to be.
But this is also true. As I’ve grown healthier, so has our church. So has our growth.
One of the most difficult things a leader can do is look in the mirror and face the truth. I’ve had to do that again and again.
The more ridiculously honest I am with God, with my team and with myself, the healthier I get.
I’ve seen counselors over the years, hired coaches, read books, gone on retreats and done whatever I can to become more emotionally, spiritually and relationally healthy. And like every leader, I’m a work in progress.
But here’s the good news.
Leaders, when you get healthier, your church gets healthier. So do whatever it takes to get you and your team healthy.
Any Thoughts on Growing Healthy Churches?
What do you see when it comes to growing healthy churches?
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This article on growing healthy churches originally appeared here.