Episode 34 • Investing In Yourself

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

In Episode 34, Brenton Miles (Worship Leader / Songwriter) and Libby Lewis (Worship Leader / Songwriter / Worship Online Staff) sit down to discuss the importance of investing in yourself.

It’s easy to get so wrapped up in the day-to-day life of work, school, family, and ministry, that we can easily forget where we pull our energy from.

REST is super important. ALONE TIME is crucial. And TIME AWAY with God is a MUST.

It’s also important to place a value on the things that matter in our lives. Investing doesn’t always just mean time… it also means resource. You spend your money on the things that are valuable to you. So we highly suggest INVESTING money AND time back into yourself along the way.

Whether is buying a good book, attending a conference, or taking a much needed vacation… if it costs you something, it will be much more valuable… and (side note) we can tend to draw a lot more out of something when it costs us money.


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