Six Ways to Last in Ministry
I created this FREE one-page pdf that includes my top six strategies to:
- Energize your ministry day to day and long-term.
- Find more resources for ministry
- Create more space in your life and work
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Who I Work With
Is This You?
You have big dreams but feel worn down by the weight of the status quo.
You want more for your church and yourself than you have found so far. You may not be burned out, but you are tired.
You want to move forward but find yourself caught in frustrating conflict. Small problems pop up and take energy you wish could be directed toward your ministry goals.
Are you facing these challenges?
You enjoy ministry but would like to get your head above water enough to see the bigger picture.
You are excited about your ministry but find a problematic staff member or lay leader takes a lot of your time and energy.
You question whether you should stay in your current church or look for another.
My ideal client
Leaders will be most successful working with me when:
They are open to new ways of thinking and acting.
They are able to take responsibility for themselves.
They are interested in new ideas.
They place a high value on their own growth.
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Margaret Marcuson never gives you the answer, but her insightful questions open self-understanding of your own emotional process. Her work around the role of money as an anxiety binder in systems has proven invaluable in both my ministry and my family life. Having just celebrated twenty years in ordained ministry, I’m thankful for her coaching that helped me become a leader who lasts.
The Rev. Dr. Joseph Clifford, pastor,
Myers Park Presbyterian Church,