Jesus Didn’t Take Responsibility for Everybody’s Problems

Watch Time ~8 Minutes

Leaders are often in a position to help others deal with problems. Even so, there are times when it can be difficult to avoid feeling about the pain and problems of those we would love to help. How do we avoid EMPATHY OVERLOAD so we’re still useful to God and others?

In this Core Leadership Concept, we’ll learn how to follow Jesus’ example and stay focused on the Father’s will – even when those we lead are in pain or indifferent.

Posted on June 26, 2019

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Daniel Adams
Daniel Adams
1 year ago

Dude!! That was absolutely awesome sauce!! Yes, in every way. I often wondered how you deal with the what seems to be overwhelming crosses some bear. Learned a ton from 8 short minutes. Thank you and want to encourage you as a leader to keep filling our cups with this amazing content. Thank you Carter 😎👊🏼💥

Eilish Goodwin
Eilish Goodwin
1 year ago

thanks Carter so refreshing to my soul to know that I can let go and move on and do my father’s will. This has been a major stumbling block for me in Ministry.

Katina Horton
1 year ago

Excellent talk. Using discernment and discretion when it comes to empathy and emotional overload is very important.

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