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My Story with Burnout
Our Stories Pt. 2
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July 20/21, 2019

Speakers: Pastor Ian Trigg with Brent Trask

Scripture: Mathew 11:28-30

Burnout. Tragically this relatively recent health concern is not a stranger to many of us. Maybe not the “paralyzing can’t go to work” expression, but the sense of being overwhelmed and under-resourced is far too familiar.

A recent study a friend shared with me reveals that 76% of men experience burnout and, shockingly, 88% of women acknowledge struggling with this. Is there a better way to live?!

This weekend, Brent Trask will join me in sharing his story with burnout. We’ll talk about warning signs and creating margin and pathways on our journey to wellness. It will be profoundly insightful and filled with hope. I do look forward to being together as we encounter Jesus! Have a blessed weekend!!

 

A Less Cluttered Life

Sermon Info

Speaker: Pastor Ian Trigg

November 21 & 22, 2015

Scriputre: Ephesians 5:8-20

I had an appointment at the mall the other day and I immediately felt overwhelmed as I stepped into it with the reality that Christmas is coming faster than a speeding train!  I found myself feeling overwhelmed with everything I have to do.  The bigger problem with that is that, so often, my soul feels cluttered with demands and expectations and needs and desires.   Most of us are far too familiar with this reality.  So many voices demanding a response.  So much work to be done.  So many people to see.  And sometimes we seem to be terribly under resourced to meet all the expectations.  What do we do?  How do we live?  Well, this isn't just a 2015 issue, thankfully!  Paul, writing to the church in Ephesus, had remarkable insight into the cluttered life and how we can best find peace and hope in the midst of it all.  This weekend, as we'll gather around the Lord's table, we'll be wonderfully encouraged and inspired to fully embrace this amazing gift called life! 

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