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How to Lead During Christmas Without Losing Your Soul

How to Lead During Christmas Without Losing Your Soul | Pete Scazzero

Avoid Burnout this Christmas

People say that Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. During this time, church leaders may feel far from God because of the many demands and expectations of the season. It doesn’t have to be this way.

Pastor Pete Scazzero discusses the challenges church leaders experience during Christmas. He also provides guidance on how to lead effectively without losing oneself in the busy season. The video focuses on these topics.

In this video from Pete, you’ll learn…

  • The surest way to delay the things of God
  • The widely perpetuated falsehood pastors believe about Christmas
  • The greatest gift leaders bring to the table at Christmas time
  • The one thing harder to find than a good Christmas sermon

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