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Healthy Rhythms for Leaders: Visual Guide

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How to Cultivate Soul Care in Challenging Times

We are living in challenging and uncertain times where leaders need support and encouragement to help them learn to navigate the world we are in. Leaders too often leaders focus on external things at the neglect of their own souls.

Healthy Rhythms for Leaders is written primarily to help Christian leaders care for their souls in today’s chaotic and uncertain world by promoting healthy rhythms that connect spiritual and missional practices. It is designed to help leaders to go deeper in their own personal faith and walk with Christ as well as to share these practices and principles with the churches and organizations where they serve.

This visual guide will unpack key frameworks from the book Healthy Rhythms for Leaders in a succinct, visually informative manner.

What Others are Saying:

“Healthy Rhythms for Leaders is a handbook for every leader offering clear guidance for integrating spiritual practices that are both personal and missional. I recommend that every leader read it and share it with those they are leading!”-Dave Ferguson

“Bevins and Dunwoody have written a deeply spiritual and timely resource that will help leaders thrive by promoting healthy rhythms of spiritual and missional practices. Read it and put it into practice!”-Alan Hirsch

Winfield Bevins
Winfield Bevins is the Director of Church Planting at Asbury Theological Seminary. He has trained leaders from around the world and frequently speaks at conferences, churches, and seminaries on a variety of topics. He is the author of several books including Marks of a Movement and Healthy Rhythms for Leaders. He is the co-founder of Missional Formation Coaching, which is designed to help leaders thrive by promoting healthy rhythms that connect spiritual and missional practices. You can connect with him at www.missionalformationcoaching.com and on twitter @winfieldbevins.
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Mark Dunwoody
Dr. Mark Dunwoody is co-founder of Missional Formation Coaching and has more than three decades of international experience as an entrepreneur and consultant to non-profits and faith communities. Originally from Belfast, Ireland, Mark has lived in five countries and is well known, internationally, in the missional conversation as a writer, trainer, speaker, strategist and coach. You can connect with him at www.missionalformationcoaching.com and on twitter @markdunwoody1.
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