How can we address the inevitable disappointments and discouragements in both life and ministry in a way that is healthy for our souls? In this week's conversation on FrontStage BackStage, host Jason Daye is joined by Mindy Caliguire. Mindy is the co-founder, along with her husband Jeff, of soul care, a spiritual formation ministry that exists to increase soul health in the body of Christ. Mindy has also served in a variety of senior leadership positions in various ministry organizations. And she and her husband Jeff were church planters in Boston. Together, Mindy and Jason look at some of the unhealthy tendencies we have as ministry leaders when it comes to dealing with disappointments and discouragement. Mindy then shares from her own experiences, ways to process disappointment that honors God and helps us grow in our own spiritual journeys.
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Some key takeaways from this conversation:
Mindy Caliguire on interior life: "I do not believe that one of the costs we're supposed to count is an ever-diminishing interior life."
Mindy Caliguire on a healthy soul: "Set that intention to live from a healthy soul, and God will take care of the rest."
Mindy Caliguire on rest: "If you've become a little weary in doing good, you're not violating scripture. You just need a little rest."
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