Episode 51 • How to Be Your Most Productive Self Through Rest

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

In Episode 51, Brenton Miles, Libby Lewis, and Jordan Holt sit down to discuss the importance of rest, and how to be the most productive when you prioritize rest.

The bottom line is that most of us are encouraged to always say “yes” – But when we are serving every service, practicing hours on hours a week, making time for family, work, school, and ministry, it’s easy (really easy) to overdo it.

In this episode we talk about boundaries, guidelines, and practical tips to help you priorities rest, family time, and church life.

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This episode of the Worship Online Podcast is produced by Key Eye Productions LLC in Nashville, TN.

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