What Fills You Up?
I tend to keep a stupid pace.
I commit myself to too many additional projects. I try to squeeze in just one more call, email or blog post.
You know what I mean. Most of you do this too.
Every once and awhile, I find myself dreading even the things that I would otherwise enjoy. You know that “why in the world did I commit myself to this?” question that runs through your mind as you’re frantically trying to prepare?
But there are two unique events that I’m privileged to be a part of that no matter how frazzled or unprepared I feel going into them, I always leave completely energized with that euphoria that I’m doing exactly what I was made to do.
As a leader in ministry, I find myself in a lot of environments where I get to talk leadership, but lately the opportunity to speak into the lives of other women in leadership has become a passion that I just can’t shake.
My friend Lori Wilhite started an amazing community for pastors wives and women in ministry. I’ve had the privilege of hosting the leadership virtual roundtable discussion a couple of times now and I absolutely love it! Sitting in front of a computer screen chatting about leadership with 8-10 other women leaders is a true gift.
Our next Leadership Virtual Roundtable is June 10th. If you are interested in joining us, you can sign up HERE.
Cultivate Her is quite possibly the scariest adventure I’ve ever embarked on. Birthed from my dream to create a place to inspire, encourage and empower women in leadership, Cultivate Her has already been a wild ride. And when I say wild, I mean pee-your-pants scary, exciting and overwhelming all at the same time.
Currently we host monthly breakfasts in Nashville, but are working on plans for on-line broadcast, regional events and more.
If you live in Nashville, be sure to join us for our next event June 23rd. More details HERE.
As much as involvement in these events stretches me, I’m amazed at how full I feel and how confident I am in where God is leading me.
What fills you up? What drains you and yet completes you at the same time?
Teaching fills me up and drains me at the same time. I know exactly what you mean, Jenni. When you find something that pulls so much from you but at the same time makes you want to return to do it all again, you’ve found a calling.
Everytime I teach a class, small group, Bible study, conduct a leadership/coaching session I get energized by what I’m doing though I put every bit of myself into it.