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Missions of Success7 months ago
Checkout our last blog of the year on the importance of rest https://t.co/mUuLKWCiuu
Missions of Success7 months ago
If your focus shifts from serving people to just making sure that the job gets done, you may have lost your passion for it. A break can help you get your passion back. #SpiritualSabbatical #SpiritualDrought #Passion #Ministry #MOS
Missions of Success7 months ago
Continuing to work while you are in spiritual drought can lead to burnout and neglected church duties. #SpiritualSabbatical #SpiritualDrought #Burnout #Ministry #MOS
Missions of Success7 months ago
Time away can help you explore your relationship with God in prayer in new ways and give you some self-awareness and personal reflection. #TimeAway #ExploringGod #SelfAwareness #PersonalReflection #MOS
Missions of Success7 months ago
A spiritual sabbatical from serving will give you time to renew and refocus yourself before you jump back into ministry. #SpiritualSabbatical #Renew #Refocus #Ministry #MOS
Missions of Success7 months ago
Now and then, those involved in ministry work may need to take a break from serving. #Ministry #Involvement #ChurchWork #TakeABreak #MOS
Missions of Success7 months ago
A spiritual sabbatical is a time to step back and reevaluate your goals for the upcoming year. #SpiritualSabbatical #TakeAStepBack #Reevaluate #SpiritualGoals #MOS
Missions of Success7 months ago
Missions of Success7 months ago
Sabbaticals have a biblical origin relating to the seventh day of the week where God rested after creating the universe. #Sabbatical #Biblical #SeventhDay #Creator #MOS
Missions of Success7 months ago
A spiritual sabbatical permits you to remove the busyness of life and stand firm in the Lord's presence. #SpiritualSabbatical #Permission #BusynessofLife #StandFirm #MOS