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We want to see a movement of disciples that saturate our cities with the gospel. We want to see new churches born and old churches reborn around the mission of the church. But, what does it look like to lead a movement like that? What is the work of a leader to foster and cultivate a movement?
“Leadership that Releases Movement” is a six part series that explores what it looks like to cast vision and do the ongoing work required to support a decentralized movement of disciple making. Join David Achata, director of coaching for Saturate, as he interviews some of the top practitioners on the work of a leader: Todd Engstrom, Jeff Vanderstelt, Pete Scazzero, and many more.
Episode 3: The Work of Leader Care
Is it possible to be spiritually mature, but be emotionally immature? Pete Scazzero helps us understand emotionally healthy discipleship and how leading a church on mission doesn’t mean we neglect the care of ourselves and those we lead. On the contrary, being a healthy person is the best thing you can do for your church.