Podcast: Importance of a Leader Caring for their Soul
A Conversation with Alan Fadling
Alan will be our guest speaker at our upcoming Spiritual Refresher retreat this weekend.
About Alan Fadling
Alan Fadling (M. Div., Fuller Theological Seminary) is President and Founder of Unhurried Living, Inc. in Mission Viejo, CA, inspiring people to rest deeper, live fuller and lead better. He speaks and consults with leaders and their organizations nationally & internationally. He is the award-winning author of An Unhurried Life (IVP 2013) and An Unhurried Leader (IVP 2017).
Friday 7pm-9pm & Saturday from 8am-2pm
At the Redemptorist Renewal Center
7101 W. Picture Rocks Rd. Tucson, AZ 85743
5 Miles Southwest of New Life
Everyone is invited
First 30 people register get Alan's book Unhurried Life as part of your registration
Topic: Trading in the chaotic world for the peaceful way of Jesus. In the midst of a fast pace, frantic world we live in, Jesus invites us into a relationship with Him. Many of us feel hurried, and hurry is costing them more than they realize. Alan and Gem will lead us Friday night, and Saturday to how to learn to live this life from fullness of God's love rather than running on empty.
Sunday, June 10 from 3-5pm
At New Life
Anyone is invited but it’s really focused on people in ministry (group leader & members, ministry leader & team, class facilitator, table leader, student ministry adult team, children's ministry team, elders, and staff)
Topic: In our roles and relationships of influence, we want to be as faithful to and fruitful for God as we can be. God invites us to lead from a place of fullness in our friendship with him, but hurry can make that hard. When we walk with God in the places of influence God has kindly entrusted to us, we learn to serve from abundance and not out of scarcity. Come and enjoy time to reflect together on God’s invitation to lead and serve at the pace of grace.
I would strongly recommend it. The conversation on helping us spiritual care, pray and lead people is an area I know I need to continually grow in. I would also strongly encourage you to invite others to be part of this. It will be worth their time.