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Don’t Quit on Monday!

I had a big day on Sunday – preaching three services, greeting and talking with lines of people, and participating in a lively, 3-hour marriage ministry leadership meeting with four couples till 5 pm. Geri and returned home at 6 pm. My sermon was “finished” by Thursday, but then the 5-hour rule kicked in late Saturday night when I took a final look at the message: Add 5 hours to your sermon prep after you think it is finished. That got me to bed after midnight and up early in the morning. Fortunately, I no longer want to quit on Mondays as in my earlier days. In fact, I woke up excited for the week. I dedicated the morning to a few hours of silence, praying the Psalms, and rereading my highlights of Merton’s Contemplation in a World of Action. How is that possible? I have learned a few things over the years about. Read more.

4 Steps to a Meaningful Sabbath

All work — paid and unpaid — is good, but it needs to be boundaried by the practice of Sabbath. The problem with too many leaders is that we allow our work to trespass on every other area of life, disrupting the balanced rhythm of work and rest God created for our good. Sabbath is a twenty-four-hour block of time in which we stop work, enjoyrest, practice delight, and contemplate God. 1. Stop. Sabbath is first and foremost a day when we cease all work — paid and unpaid. On the Sabbath we embrace our limits. We let go of the illusion that we are indispensable to the running of the world. We recognize we will never finish all our goals and projects, and that God is on the throne, managing quite well in ruling the universe without our help. 2. Rest. Once we stop, we accept God’s invitation to rest. God rested after. Read more.

What is EHS?

EHS is about helping people develop a deep personal transformative relationship with Jesus Christ out of which they serve the world. EHS is a solution to the problem of shallow Christianity and people not changing. EHS recovers biblical truths overlooked in Western culture (e.g. the gift of limits, loss and grief, brokenness and vulnerability). EHS enables leaders to serve both long-term and joyfully out of a deep interior life with Christ.We as leaders cannot give what we do not possess. EHS seeks to equip leaders to serve out a cup that overflows with the love of God. EHS is a long-term, missional spirituality. Our aim is to connect people deeply to Jesus, themselves, and each other in order to accomplish the churches’ vision for the world. EHS is about teaching people to love well in order to build healthy church communities. We teach people to connect in healthy, authentic ways, breaking unhealthy family of origin and cultural. Read more.

What is EHS?

EHS is about helping people develop a deep personal transformative relationship with Jesus Christ out of which they serve the world. EHS is a solution to the problem of shallow Christianity and people not changing. EHS recovers biblical truths overlooked in Western culture (e.g. the gift of limits, loss and grief, brokenness and vulnerability). EHS enables leaders to serve both long-term and joyfully out of a deep interior life with Christ.                                                                    We as leaders cannot give what we do not possess. EHS seeks to equip leaders to serve out a cup that overflows with the love of God. EHS is a long-term, missional spirituality. Our aim is to connect people deeply to Jesus, themselves, and each other in order to accomplish. Read more.