"Staying healthy and leading healthy Mission agencies In pandemic times" alma webinar series
Emotional and Relational Health for Mission Leaders
The Coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate the media with reports of death tolls rising. As some states begin to open up a bit more, fear of what may happen is ever present. Some are frustrated with the constraints of safety measures, while others are frustrated with those who choose not to adhere to these recommendations.
Many are struggling to deal with the stress and pressure of a Covid-ridden world. This stress can impact our personal health, our ability to control our emotions and our ability to connect with or relate to others.
How do leaders keep their cool and lead like Christ at work and in their homes? What does one do when they have reached their breaking point? When we are on the brink, how do we straddle the line between honesty and putting on a brave face for the sake of the ministry? How do we manage others who are struggling under the pressure?
Rev. Dr. Justin Hannemann will spend an hour with ALMA on Thursday, July 9, at 1:00 PM Central Time. He will encourage and equip our leaders toward good practices in emotional and relational health. He will field questions attendees can type in while watching live. However, we encourage you to submit questions in advance by e-mailing them to [email protected].
Rev. Dr. Justin Hannemann Bio
Rev. Dr. Justin Hannemann is CEO of GracePoint Institute for Relational Health, a counseling and consultation ministry focused on helping people develop and maintain emotionally and spiritually healthy relationships. He is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner and Marriage and Family Therapist with a special interest in working with distressed professional church workers and their families. Justin is a third-generation LCMS pastor and provides counseling services for church workers in the Nebraska District. He and his wife Katherine have four children and live in Elkhorn, Nebraska where they enjoy anything that gets and keeps them outdoors.