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Moving Forward After Personal Loss in Ministry

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Personal loss can be one of the toughest things to deal with in life. Whether you are losing a loved one or family member or anything else of value to you, loss is difficult. As a pastor, you are not immune to tragedy or loss. In fact, scripture promises hard times. Understanding that you may experience loss as a pastor, how can you remain effective as a leader? In this video, we are focusing on moving forward after personal loss in ministry.

When someone tells you to “move on” after a very tough personal loss, your heart may begin to boil. You may start to feel upset because people are not holding on to your past reality as you are. If you have experienced this, this series of emotions is completely reasonable. This is why it is important to understand where we are coming from in this video. Our goal is not for you to simply forget the past, rather to move forward with confidence. Regardless of your past, the future continues, and your ministry continues. We want to help you maximize your future while effectively dealing with your personal loss.

The principles that are outlined in this video are not principles that are exclusive to specific scenarios. Instead, these are practical and spiritual tips that revolve around the issue of personal loss in general. Again, our heart is that you would move forward in what God has for your life because He still has a plan for you! You are not alone and your life and your ministry matters.

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We are unpacking the steps that you can take to begin moving forward after personal loss in ministry. There is hope, peace, and joy waiting in your future regardless of your situation because of the God you serve!

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