How to Stop Apologizing So Much at Work

How to Stop Apologizing So Much at Work

Your weekly roundup :: May 27 – 31

As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.

Finding God’s Peace in Your Feelings

Our goal for this month was to play a part in removing the stigma surrounding mental health, and we pray that we have been able to do just that. No one should feel ashamed to be honest about how they’re feeling, especially when it could be a potentially dangerous feeling that requires outside assistance. As this month comes to an end, we want to bring our conversation to a close with some encouragement to find God’s peace hidden in your feelings.

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Listen to Episode 8 now!

All of us will have an “off” day here and there, but what do you do when those days turn into weeks or months? Dr. Deb Gorton, licensed clinical psychologist, shares her expertise on mental health and mental illness, and dives into how the church can better support those within their congregation who are dealing with mental illness. Hosted by Jordan Johnstone.

Our work, love, pray favorites

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Women Saying ‘I’m Sorry’ In The Workplace

Stacey Hanke with Forbes lays out the times that call for apologies and the times when you should take a different approach.

Advice I’d Give My Younger Self

For her birthday, May Busch reminisces about young May and what advice she would give her now.

The Gospel Calls Us to Perfection, Not Perfectionism

Colleen Carroll Campbell with Christianity Today offers her insight on why striving for holiness is a hard challenge and shares the real key to attaining it.

Listen to the latest Mentoring Monday radio show!

Listen to the latest episode of Mentoring Monday, featuring Kim Vastine!

4word: Local Group Events

Take a look at these upcoming 4word: Local Group event dates and see which one(s) you can attend. We’d love to see you there!

For details on these events, please visit our 4word Events page.