Beating Burnout: A 30 Day Guide to Hope and Health

Beating Burnout: A 30 Day Guide to Hope and Health

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ISBN-13: 9780991373512
Publisher: Bowker, Inc.
Publication date: 02/21/2014
Pages: 72
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.17(d)

About the Author

Anne Marie Miller (formerly Anne Jackson) is the author of three other books, Mad Church Disease: Healing from Church Burnout (February 2009, March 2014), Permission to Speak Freely: Essays and Art on Fear, Confession and Grace (August 2010) and Lean on Me: Finding Intentional, Vulnerable and Committed Community (October 2014).

She is frequently requested as a keynote speaker at churches, prestigious conferences and universities on social justice, sexuality,health, addiction, women of the Bible and general themes of grace and restoration.

Anne Marie and her husband Tim presently live in Nashville, Tennessee, with their dog Jasmine.

Connect with Anne Marie Miller online at
AnneMarieMiller.com
Twitter & Instagram: @GirlNamedAnne
Facebook.com/GirlNamedAnne

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Beating Burnout: A 30 Day Guide to Hope and Health 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
RedAliCat More than 1 year ago
All of us in ministry are human, and keeping a proper balance in all aspects of our health is so important. If you're ready to deal with the causes of imbalance in your life, this is for you. It's a great start if you're feeling overwhelmed in ministry. This is a to-the-point devotional focusing on one of the following: rest, spiritual health, relational health, emotional health, physical health, and every sixth day focuses on prayer. Each day questions at the end of the devotional are helpful to exploring what you may need to change in your life or perspective, and space is given for notes. As a former full-time missionary overseas, I personally appreciated the entry about dealing anger and apathy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you're a church leader or member, you'll find refreshing water for your thirsty soul here. Anne Marie has a way of relating her own experience that it sounds like your own story. You'll see differences, but you'll see even more similarities. Read this, eat this, drink this, and feel your soul come back to life again!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beating Burnout: A 30-Day Guide to Hope and Health, is a must read for everyone. It's not just for those recovering from burnout in a church or ministry. Each day, Anne offers scripture and a devotion to bring order and comfort back into our worlds physically, spiritually and emotionally. I love how you don't need a theological degree to interpret the scripture or the devotion. You can read it and focus on the comfort that Anne's words add to the truth from the Bible verse. My favorite part is how rest and prayer are focused on each week. Everyone feeling unsettled in any area of their life would benefit from this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you are finding yourself too busy for God or nearing burnout, then maybe you can use this devotional. Anne will take you through daily readings focusing on rest, emotional health, spiritual health, relational health, physical health and prayer. All things to help you re-centre yourself and get to who you are in the company of God. Don't let yourself get away from God. Turn back today.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is just what I have been needing in a difficult season where church has not been a place of rest.  These short devotions have encouraged me to take a moment to reflect on God and let go of the anxiety of "church".  
JohnWaldo More than 1 year ago
Anne Marie Miller offers a straightforward devotional for those recovering from or on the brink of church burnout. This devotional is a great supplement to the re-release of Mad Church Disease: Healing From Church Burnout. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anne Marie Miller writes from personal experience and her words ring true. I’m right smack in the middle of my own personal burnout experience, and it has felt so chaotic and overwhelming. Beating Burnout offers a place to slow down, breathe, and regain my focus. This is a practical, truthful, hope-filled guide. Thank you, Anne!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have served as an active volunteer in my church as well as served on church staff. I know all too well how the burden of those roles can cause burnout. It truly does affect you physically, spiritually, emotionally & relationally. This devotional does a great job forcing you to slow down & evaluate all those areas of your life & realign them with Father! I highly recommend it along with Anne's book, Mad Church Disease.