Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want To Miss:
- Be yourself spiritually. From Bible versions to written prayers, learn how you best listen and respond to God and give yourself permission to do what’s best for you.
- Be intentionally curious in all of life. You are not childish if you explore different ways of seeing the world and experiencing life.
- Doubt can be healthy...or not. “I don’t know, but I trust” is different from “I don’t know so I’m walking away. Churches need human pastors who are honest, not a pastor playing the role of a pastor.
Being curious and leaving room for doubt is a critical secret of healthy leadership. Not only is it vital to cultivate that kind of culture in your church, it’s important that you give yourself permission to live this out yourself.
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Links Mentioned In The Episode
- BOOK - The Curious Christian: How Discovering Wonder Enriches Every Part of Life by Barnabas Piper
- BOOK - Help My Unbelief: Why Doubt Is Not the Enemy of Faith by Barnabas Piper
- BOOK - The Pastor's Kid: Finding Your Own Faith and Identity by Barnabas Piper
- BOOK - The Songs of Jesus: A Year of Daily Devotions in the Psalms by Tim Keller
- BOOK - Spurgeon Study Bible
- PODCAST - The Happy Rant
- EVENT - Together For The Rant
- GET HELP - Ask Matt and Tal a Question
- Five Factors Coaching - fivefactors.net/join
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