How can we process the baggage we’re carrying from dysfunctional relationships in our past in a manner that helps us become healthier in both life and ministry? In this week’s conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Ike Miller. Ike is the founding and lead pastor of Bright City Church in Durham, North Carolina. Ike writes regularly about the intersection of theology and mental health. His newest book is titled “Good Baggage.” Together, Ike and Jason look at the importance for us as pastors and ministry leaders to better understand the coping mechanisms we’ve developed from past dysfunctional relationships and how those impact the way we minister and live today. Ike also shares how God can redeem some of that baggage in such a way that we can embrace healthier lives and ministries.
FrontStage BackStage Podcast With Ike Miller
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