Recently we crossed an unbelievable threshold with the Emotionally Healthy Leader Podcast with over 10 million lifetime podcast downloads. I couldn't be more surprised, humbled, and thankful for this milestone moment.
I say "surprised" because back in 1996, when we first started, the term "emotional health" was considered heretical in much of the church!
Now 25 years later, we can see that the cultural landscape has changed dramatically. Not only is emotional health received, but in many ways, it is now considered a promotional buzzword.
In today's podcast, I share my observations of what I consider 3 counterfeit versions of emotional health that we settle for, but then cast a vision for an authentic life with God.
Pete Scazzero & Rich Villodas discuss transitions, letting go, and all that it entails—both in the church and in everyday life.
Pete Scazzero is the Founder of Emotionally Healthy Spirtuality, and Rich Villodas is the lead paster at New Life Fellowship Church in Queens, New York.
Pete Scazzero and Rich Villodas talk about limits and leadership and answer the question, what does it mean to find God in our limits?
Pete Scazzero and Rich Villodas share how understanding genograms has served as a powerful tool to create a healthy, transformational, team culture at New Life Fellowship over the last twenty years.
In this month's podcast Pete shares part 2 of his interview with his wife Geri about being a leader's spouse.
In this month's podcast Pete interviews his wife Geri about being a leader's spouse.
In this month's podcast Pete and Rich talk about Emotionally Healthy Hiring.
Join Pete Scazzero and Rich Villodas as they discuss how the EHS Course can be a discipleship formation in your church.
Join Pete Scazzero and Rich Villodas as they discuss the importance of embracing silence in our daily lives.
Join Pete Scazzero and Rich Villodas as they discuss this pivotal leadership theme.