122: What Should You Take With You (and Leave Behind) From This Past Season?

As life is changing once again, are you prepared to be thoughtful about what you’ve learned from this past season? Some things that you have been part of over the pandemic have actually been really helpful and useful. Some things haven’t. It’s critical to take ownership (both personally and thinking about your ministry) over what should continue and what should stop as you look to the next season.


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