Enrichment - Winter 2011: Toward Excellence in Life and Ministry
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Are there vital parts of your life and ministry that are out of balance and not getting the best of
your time and energy? Successfully executing a balanced life is always more difficult than planning
one. The secret to a strong, healthy, and fruitful ministry lies in how you bring balance to five
dimensions of your life: spiritual, emotional intellectual, relational, and physical. Giving
priority to each of these areas will go a long way in fixing an imbalanced life and ministry.
Moreover, as the complexities of modern living increase, the challenges facing the minister become
even more problematic. The persona of the minister’s role can be vastly different, in essence, from
who the minister is as a person. Therefore, much of the discussion of this issue of Enrichment will
center on the successful balance and integration of the minister’s public ministry and his private life.
Read thought-provoking articles by Mark Batterson, James T. Bradford, Warren D. Bullock, Henry
Cloud, Scott Hagan, Byron Klaus, H.B. London, Dallas Willard, Neil B. Wiseman, Dennis Rainey, and