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Sabbatical Helps Revive Pastor’s Love for Community

Quoting Ron Heifetz's dictum that leaders need to "get to the balcony" every once in a while to gain perspective...

Quoting Ron Heifetz's dictum that leaders need to "get to the balcony" every once in a while to gain perspective, Ross Goodman, of St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church in Arlington, Massachusetts, found his Louisville Institute sabbatical "balcony" allowed him to return to his congregation as a beloved community that previously had been "hidden in plain sight by weariness."

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