As pastors and ministry leaders, we give consideration to the value of incorporating healthy rhythms into our lives and ministries, but we oftentimes struggle with making those rhythms a reality. In this week’s conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Holly and Glenn Packiam, who serve at Rock Harbor in Costa Mesa, California. Glenn serves as the lead pastor, and Holly, who earned her master’s degree in counseling from the University of Colorado, has served as pastor of parenting ministries. They are the authors of “The Intentional Year,” and the follow-up companion to that book, “The Intentional Year Journal.” Together, Holly, Glenn and Jason explore the importance of incorporating healthy rhythms into our lives. Holly and Glenn share from personal experience simple ways to not only talk or think about these rhythms but to actually implement them.
FrontStage BackStage Podcast Holly & Glenn Packiam
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