How much attention have you been giving to the virtue of humility in your life and in your ministry? In this episode, I’m joined by Richard Foster and Brenda Quinn. Richard Foster is the Founder of Renovare. He is probably best known for the many books he’s written on the topic of spiritual formation, including “Streams of Living Water” and “Celebration of Discipline,” which has been read by millions of people worldwide. His latest book is titled “Learning Humility.” Brenda serves as a Pastor of Spiritual Formation at Living Way Fellowship outside of Denver, Colorado. Together, Brenda, Richard and I explore how pastors and ministry leaders have some unique challenges when it comes to nurturing humility. Richard also shares some insights from his year long focus on humility, as he journeyed with Jesus, nature, and many great voices from across the history of the church. Are you ready? Let’s go.
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