Is it possible to serve others without growing weary? Is it okay for us to take breaks from serving when we get tired? How can we take a break from serving when it seems there is no one else who can fill the gap we’d leave if we took a step back?
We know that these questions are common. So, today in a follow up episode to the episodes released last week on finding your place by using your gifts, we want to talk about combating weariness. How to prevent it, recognize it, respond to it, and the practical steps to take to slow down and rest if you are tired. Come join Krystal and Shelby in their conversation on how to use your gifts without growing weary!
Reasons we grow weary
How to prevent and combat weariness
Practical tips if you’re weary
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Scripture mentioned in this episode:
1 Corinthians 12
1 Cor 13:1-3
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