FREE WEBINAR: God’s Burden is Always Light

...EVEN FOR PASTORS DURING A PANDEMIC!

Alex & Hannah Absalom

God's Burden is Always Light...Even for Pastors During a Pandemic!

Featuring Alex and Hannah Absalom

If Jesus’ yoke is easy, how do you not become overwhelmed leading a church in this chaotic time? Jesus said, 'My yoke is easy and my burden is light’…but for many pastors, after weeks in scramble, rush, urgent mode, it doesn’t really feel like that.
Many pastors - perhaps you - are feeling overwhelmed, and are thinking ‘Help!’ - because things won’t be going back to normal any time soon, if ever. You are now leading your church into uncharted territory.
Counter-intuitively, this is a time to focus more than ever on soul care. If you’re a pastor, you (and your spouse) need to be taking good care of self, fueling your walk with Jesus, and investing in your family/ closest relationships.
In this webinar, seasoned pastors and coaches Alex and Hannah Absalom will invest into you with loving, fun, and practical strategies to experience afresh the ease of Jesus’ yoke. There will be lots of simple tips and suggestions for you to dip into, along with encouragement for the long haul. You will leave refreshed, refocused, and better able to sustain fruitful ministry that has wise and healthy boundaries. If you're married, this will be perfect to watch together, and if you’re single, this will give you plenty to talk about with those closest to you.

Date & Time: Thursday, May 14, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. ET

 



Webinar Leaders

Alex & Hannah Absalom

Alex and Hannah Absalom have been in church leadership since 1994, serving in a wide range of settings from church plants to megachurches. Together they co-lead Dandelion Resourcing, which equips churches to send out naturally supernatural disciple-makers. Originally from England, they live in Long Beach CA and have 3 cheeky but charming teenage/young adult sons!

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