Recreation

Our Busy Lives Are Awe-Deprived. Here Are 6 Ways to Find Wonder Again

‘We live in an awe-deprived world,’ writes Christine Sine. ‘We sit in front of computers, not under trees and rarely take time to notice the grandeur of God’s world and of those we share it with.’ Since a regular dose of awe makes us physically, emotionally and spiritually healthy, this is to our detriment. How can we break the spell and regain a sense of wonder again? Let Christine show you in this delightful guest post. More…

Burnout Begins With Weariness. Here’s How to Stop it Going Further

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There is a cost to giving. At it’s worst that cost is burnout—the emotional (and often physical) collapse of someone who has spent too long pouring out without filling up. Psychiatrist Robert Coles wrote about the hazards that come with a life of service and giving. It was the warning signs of burnout that really grabbed my attention. More…