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Avoid the Burn (5/29/2007)
  It is crucial to remember that those in ministry are role models, not only to the participants of our programs, but also to the many whom volunteer and work along side us. Are we allowing others to risk burnout in their volunteer ministry because we over-commit and can't say, "No!"? Reflect on a list of practical ways to avoid burnout in the field of youth ministry.
On the Edge (10/1/2004)
  Encounter the real story of a Church worker on the edge of burnout. Discover how prayer, the Word, dilligence, boundaries and taking time helped one servant regain her sense of direction.
One Volunteer's Perspective on Avoiding Burnout (6/1/2004)
  Volunteers in any area of the Church face a difficult and sometimes thankless task. Fortunately, the rewards volunteering can bring often override the frustrations and hardships. In this short article, Martha Andres, a long time volunteer, offers her perspective on how volunteers can avoid becoming overwhelmed and burnt out while on their individual ministry journeys.
 

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