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Emotionally Healthy Leadership Conference with Pete Scazzero

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"Many of us in leadership are running on empty," writes Pete Scazzero, author of the Emotionally Healthy (EH) series of books (including EH Spirituality, EH Church, and the forthcoming Emotionally Healthy Leader.)

At the same time, our people’s lives are not being profoundly transformed in our churches. But it's not for our lack of effort -- if anything, we're burning out!

We know the problem won't be solved by simply working harder. We know that kind of life isn't sustainable.

But how can we get off the path to burnout?

Author/pastor Pete Scazzero has over 25 years of experience in integrating emotional health and contemplative spirituality. At the upcoming Emotionally Healthy Leadership Conference (April 22-23, 2015) he'll share key lessons learned at his church (New Life Fellowship, Queens, NY) in how we can lead different and live different.

If you are tired and feel like something needs to change, sign up for the conference today.

You will discover a biblical, proven model for uniquely Christian leadership.

Act now because the event is limited to 350 people.

Emotionally Healthy Leadership Conference

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