Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want To Miss:
- Be a hero-maker, not the hero. Invest in the development of men and women who can provide wise counsel to others. This builds a network of counselors with a variety of strengths and levels of expertise.
- Don’t outsource what your church is capable of handling. While we are strong advocates of outside counsel, a significant part of your network is made up of people inside the church.
- Wisdom isn’t reserved for Christians. When looking for help from outside counselors/therapists, look for the best help regardless of their professed religion. Would you not consider a world-class brain surgeon because he or she was not a Christian?
It takes a village to help people get healthy and stay healthy. Don’t let your ideals keep people from getting real help.
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