Ministering in the Messy — Gary Thomas [Podcast]

On this week’s episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody sit down with Gary Thomas to talk specifically to ministry leaders who are overwhelmed in the midst of an unprecedented time with COVID-19.

Show Notes

Ministering in the Messy — Gary Thomas
On this week’s episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody sit down with Gary Thomas to talk specifically to ministry leaders who are overwhelmed in an unprecedented time dealing with COVID-19. Gary explains how ministry leaders need to identify their strengths in the church and when to recognize that something is outside of “their lane” so that they can defer to other professionals who have specialties in different areas. This is an episode everyone can benefit from, but is specifically targeted to those who are leading churches through this difficult time. For more information on Gary Thomas, visit his website.

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Ministering in the Messy — Gary Thomas(Go to https://youtu.be/74iMg9OZ7yI  to view on YouTube.)

 

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