Letting Go of the Chaos: Ideas for Addressing Ministry-Related Stress

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Letting Go of the Chaos: Ideas for Addressing Ministry-Related Stress

Working with young people can be invigorating and joyful, but it can also be tiring and stressful. Too often those of us in ministry put aside our own needs for those of the young people we serve.

Letting Go of the Chaos: Ideas for Addressing Ministry-Related Stress explores 20 areas of stress most common in the lives of those who work with young people. This book helps you see past the stress and offers practical suggestions for moving beyond it. Though the book doesn't guarantee a stress-free ministry, it will give you some useful tools to help you manage the chaos a bit more easily.

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Format: Paperback book
Product code: SM3828
Dimensions: 6.36" x 8.62"
Length: 60 pages
Publisher:
Saint Mary's Press
ISBN: 978-0-88489-953-2
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Written by Victoria Shepp

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Letting Go of the Chaos: Ideas for Addressing Ministry-Related Stress is a straightforward and candid look at the inevitable stresses that often mark our days in ministry. This creative and practical approach to "letting go of the chaos" provides wisdom, insight, and a host of helpful ideas that are sure to lift burdens, loosen tight grips, and restore a sense of well-being. The weaving of story, Scripture, reflection, and questions is both engaging and insightful and will be pondered again and again.
Sr. Edith Prendergast, director, Office of Religious Education, Archdiocese of Los Angeles
It is very clear that the practical and helpful advice in this book comes from someone who has lived in and survived the chaos of ministry. Shepp's insights are a must-read for any person who has ever felt they are stretched too thin or do not have time for a life beyond their ministry! The prayers that end each section of the book, alone, can help bring hope and healing to any stressed-out minister.
Michael Norman, associate director, Office of Religious Education, Archdiocese of Los Angeles