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Ministry is a 24/7 occupation and can be emotionally and physically taxing. The pace of life, the demands of counseling and public speaking, and the strain of leadership, can drain your spiritual, emotional and physical resources. Burnout is rarely discussed because we often feel that we must have it all together and put on a happy face. No one wants to admit they are feeling weary from the everyday challenges of ministry.

We can be in a thriving ministry and we can be excited about our future, but there are times when ministry can be more drudgery than joy. If you’re reading this and you’re currently battling ministry burnout, you are not alone. Be encouraged and know that it is completely normal and just a season.

In order to combat burnout, we need to focus on who God has created us to be. Living well begins with owning the health of your own soul, body, and mind. Self-care, whether physical, emotional, or spiritual, is not selfish; it is good stewardship.

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I occasionally vlog about my personal transformation. I talk about my ups and downs in life and ministry. If you want to get an insight about my life and ministry check out my vlog

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I have three podcasts that you can listen too on a regular basis. The first is my sermon podcast. I have recorded my sermons since 2012. The second is the 2 Bald Pastors Podcast with my friend Geoff. The third is my newest podcast The Joe McGarry Show.

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Featured Content

Below are a few personally selected pieces of content that I believe will help you take your message, your ministry and your life to the next level.

In this episode I talk about the difference between a coach, therapist, mentor and community organizer. I also share 5 powerful things a coach helps you do to take your life and ministry to the next level!
This sermon is a part of a series on reading through the Bible in 180 days. The topic of this sermon is laughing like Abraham and Sarah. Just when you think nothing more can happen because it seems impossible, God can make it possible.
Each of us has the opportunity to be transformed by the love, grace and mercy of God. I call this a God-Moment. Sometimes they happen randomly but sometimes we can set ourselves up to experience a God-Moment. In this blog post I give you Six Ways you can experience a God-Moment