Episode 98 • Inner Healing, Solitude, & Spiritual Direction with Tim & Stephanie Skipper

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

As worship leaders, we can be so focused on ministering into other people’s lives that we end up neglecting our own needs, often to the point of burnout.

This week, we are honored to be joined by two of the worship leaders from Journey Church in Franklin, TN, Tim and Stephanie Skipper!

In this podcast, we’re talking all about inner healing, spiritual practices, and the difference between isolation vs. solitude. We breakdown why embracing vulnerability is the key to our healing and how the Church can grow to be more aware of the loneliness epidemic that is deeply affecting our culture.

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