Following the model of Jesus Christ leads you to balanced living.
What does work-life look like to you? Unless you define it, you cannot achieve it. Because you are unique, your work-life balance needs to be personally defined.
In his world-renowned poem, One Solitary Life, James Allen Francis highlights that Jesus Christ was the most effective person who ever lived. Did Jesus have a work-life balance? Using His life and relationships as a model, we believe you can achieve integrated, balanced living.
“A comprehensive guide that enables us to ask important questions that tend to run away on us in the busyness of lives… A path that returns us to the threshold of Our Father’s home where we will hear those words, “Well done, good and faithful servant!”
“As a teacher, I found this material most affirming and empowering: it affirms the gifts entrusted to us, combined with the talents with which we are born; it empowers us to focus on what we are good at for God’s glory with confidence. I am very glad I did this study. This will impact me both personally and professionally. It has already done so.”
Through the eyes of a recovering workaholic, you will gain practical life lessons. From the experience of many of our clients, you will receive thoughts, tips, and tools that you can use for the rest of your life.
This interactive webinar offers self-discovery or coaching questions. These will help you identify your top talents, consider your important relationships, and evaluate where you invest or spend your time.
The new integrated, balanced living model will help you define the inputs and outputs in your life. We will help you examine what energizes you and what drains you physically, emotionally, and even spiritually.
Also, we will be here to help you if you have any special needs or desire follow-up coaching.
If you answered yes to any of the above points, this webinar is for you.
As part of the Strengths Ministry, there is no charge for this webinar; participants are encouraged to make a free-will donation to their church or designated ministry.