In chapter 7 of “Emotionally Healthy Culture and Team Building,” Pete refers to the importance of acknowledging and confronting elephants in the room. These two videos of samples are two live demonstrations from the Emotionally Healthy Leadership Conference of applying the Ladder of Integrity to building healthy teams.
On October 6, 2013 Pete officially transitioned to a new role within New Life (to a Teaching Pastor/Pastor-at-Large) and Rich Villodas became the new Lead Pastor. It has been said this case study in the final chapter of The Emotionally Healthy Leader is worth the price of the book! Watch below a portion of that succession service.
This assessment is designed for use with a pastor or group of leaders (e.g. leadership team, staff, board, spiritual formation task force). It will help identify the strengths and weaknesses of your church around the six key areas of emotionally healthy spirituality:
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Many of us are eager to develop our relationship with God, The problem, however, is that we can’t seem to stop long enough to be with him. And if we aren’t busy, we feel guilty that we are wasting time and not being productive. God is offering us a way to deeply root our lives in him. This can be found in two ancient disciplines going back thousands of years – the Daily Office and Sabbath. When placed inside present-day Christianity, the Daily Office and Sabbath are groundbreaking, countercultural acts that go against the grain of our fast-paced Western culture. Here are several stories of live change through practicing Sabbath.
These 20-30 minute assessments were created to help individuals, teams, or churches get a sense of whether their discipleship has touched the emotional components of their lives and, if so, how much. Each stage of emotional maturity is described fully at the end of the assessment.