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July 17, 2005

Vantage point : Church burnout

Still laughing
Barbara Johnson is a former Women of Faith conference speaker and the founder of Spatula Ministries, an organization dedicated to helping Christian parents of gay children. She spoke with Staff Writer Christina Quick about her life and faith — and what keeps her laughing.

When your house becomes a hotel
Home burnout is a reality for a growing number of parents. How to focus on the important things and have the happy, healthy Christian home you set out to create.
BY CHRISTINA QUICK

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When serving at church becomes a burden
Ministers and lay leaders risk burnout when they try to accept every ministry opportunity the church offers.
BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

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Also in this issue

In brokenness He shines
Acclaimed Christian singer Steve Green loves to share with his listeners the lessons God has taught him about resting in Christ when our hearts are broken.
BY STEVE GREEN AS TOLD TO ANN FLOYD

The crash-and-burn club
A successful business owner and church leader learns the hard way that you can’t do everything — at least not for very long.
BY RANDY MCPHERSON

Come to Christ for the rest of your life
Jesus invites all who are weary and burdened with life’s cares to come to Him and discover real rest.
BY CHRIS MAXWELL


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