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Leadership: Considering What Is Done and Left Undone

Pastoral leadership is not about having all the answers and always being right. It’s about knowing deeply and authentically who you are, with all your flaws and brokenness, says the Rt. Rev. Scott Benhase.
“And that comes out of self-knowledge and self-reflection about your own things ‘done and left undone,’ your own fragility,” said Benhase, the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia. [Read More].




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