#19 - Southlake & Understanding Our Humanity

Zack Eswine joins us to discuss the importance of recognizing our own humanity, especially for pastors and ministers. We talk about common temptations that cloud this sense of humanity and daily rhythms that can help regain it.

Topics: Leadership | Pride

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We discuss the forthcoming Southlake campus, sharing how the Lord brought this new campus about, our hopes for Southlake and The Village’s long-term church planting vision. Then Zack Eswine, pastor of Riverside Church in Webster Groves, Missouri, and author of several books, including Sensing Jesus and The Imperfect Pastor joins us to discuss the importance of recognizing our own humanity, especially for pastors and ministers. We talk about common temptations that cloud this sense of humanity and daily rhythms that can help regain it.

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