The True Cost of Being Too Busy with John Mark Comer
The Christy Wright Show
Today we’re talking about three things you need in your life right now to keep you from feeling completely exhausted. Also, I get to talk to author and pastor John Mark Comer about the dangers of hurry and how we can take practical steps to slow down. To wrap up the show, I’ll answer a few questions y’all have sent in. 3 Reasons Why You’re Feeling Completely Exhausted Why Staying Busy Is Hurting You with John Mark Comer How Do I Heal From a Toxic Relationship? Resources: Preorder my brand-new book, Take Back Your Time: The Guilt-Free Guide to Life Balance. https://bit.ly/3esM12J Get back 24 hours in your week by signing up for the free 7-Day Time Finder challenge. https://bit.ly/3enMkvW Join us at the Business Boutique Conference to learn how to make money doing what you love. https://bit.ly/3yX04FI
S06 E02: The Power of Patience with John Mark Comer
Word Made Digital
S06 E02: The Power of Patience with John Mark ComerJohn Mark Comer is a pastor, author and passionate advocate for slow, intentional living. In this episode, John Mark and Joanna chat about navigating the digital world with patience. With our phones consuming so much of our attention, John Mark discusses the effects on our mental health, understanding of suffering and even our ability to handle power. If you haven't had the opportunity to read John Mark's book, "The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry", we highly recommend it. John Mark Comer: @johnmarkcomer and www.johnmarkcomer.com Joanna la Fleur: @joannalafleur and www.joannalafleur.com. Email: email@example.comJoin the Digital Church Facebook Group: facebook.com/groups/wordmadedigitalWeekly Video Tutorials: wordmadedigital.com/tutorialsThanks to our Season 6 Sponsors:Compassion Canada: compassion.ca/giftsWayBase: https://www.waybase.com/
John Mark Comer on the Role of a Pastor Amidst Today’s Expectations, the Church as an Alternative Society, and Cultivating Peace Despite Circumstances
Canadian Church Leaders Podcast
Episode 60 | John Mark Comer joins Jason for the second time on our podcast to share his reflections and learnings from this past year and what his future looks like as he transitions out of his pastoral role at Bridgetown. They start off reviewing the ways this past year has caused trauma, hurt, fatigue and division in the church and what the pastoral task is in the midst of this. In the last few years, John Mark highlights how he has felt a distinct shift in people’s expectations of him and the increased criticisms pastors are receiving. No longer is enough nuance, a relaxed presentation, and deep cultural analysis and study enough to avoid attacks being hurled at teachers and churches. In light of this, pastors need a deeper conviction than ever on what Jesus has called them to, not just what people want from them; John Mark sees this as primarily centering around a sort of spiritual director and shepherd for people. Jason asks what the role is of the church amidst these cultural conversations. John Mark unpacks the idea of the church as an alternative society, not meant to shape all of culture itself, but rather to give an alternative culture where people experience the kingdom of heaven on earth. Part of this calling for pastors to form these communities is to suffer on behalf of their people, or as John Mark defines it, pastoring is vicarious suffering. To do this, our inner peace must be based on the truth’s of Jesus and not our outer surroundings. Blog | www.ccln.ca/episodes/episode60 Website | www.ccln.ca
John Mark Comer: "Learning how to come to quiet is one of the greatest skills we can develop."
UNDISTRACTED with Laura Bennett
How do you live an un-hurried life? This week we're going into the archives for a chat with John Mark Comer, author of The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry. Released in the early months of 2020, the book pre-empted a year that forced many to slow down, and has unchanging wisdom on how we can deal with one of life's biggest distractions: hurry. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of Dadville, Dave and Jon are joined by the author of The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry and the pastor for teaching and vision at Bridgetown Church in Portland, OR. The guys chat about processing trauma, prayer, Comer's career, and the cultural pressures we endure that convince us we must exist in a constant state of upward mobility. Thanks to our Sponsors: Grove: For a limited time, when listeners go to Grove.com/DADVILLE you will get to choose a FREE gift with your first order of $30 or more.
Episode 188 | What's the Future of the Church?: John Mark Comer
Q Ideas Podcast
John Mark Comer joins Gabe Lyons on this episode of the Q Ideas Podcast for a conversation about what Christian leaders need to understand about deconstruction and progressive Christianity. John Mark is one of 70+ leaders joining us at this year’s Culture Summit, taking place April 22-23 in Nashville and online. Want to participate? Register now at qideas.org/culturesummit to participate live or watch on-demand.
051 | John Mark Comer on COVID and Burnout, the Root of Fear, Healthy Rhythms and How to Respond to Criticism
John Mark Comer, author and pastor, joins Carey and Savannah to talk about the future of the Church, burnout, the importance of healthy pastoral rhythms, how to respond to criticism in graceful and constructive ways and what is at the root of fear.
5 Leadership Questions Podcast on Church Leadership with Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy
In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy are joined by John Mark Comer, pastor for teaching and vision at Bridgetown Church and author of Garden City and The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry. They discuss the following questions:How is your church handling COVID restrictions?What will you take with you and what will you leave behind from this COVID experience?Who or what has been the greatest leadership influence in your life?What is your favorite leadership failure?What advice would you give to someone about leaning into the body of the church?What book would you gift yourself as a young leader and how would you read that book?BEST QUOTES"For us, live stream is a concession, not a conviction.""A year of live stream, online church has deepened our conviction that the future of the church is embodied people around tables not cameras of people on stages.""Pastoral work is bottomless, there is no end to it, so if you don't self-select limits it will literally take you into the black hole because you are never done.""The church is not a lump of clay that you as the pastor get to write your theory of church and your value system and your idealism on. It is a living breathing body and family and you have to honor their heritage.""Learning to accept the reality of who the church was and who I was, was the greatest failure/my invitation.""You can be a success as a pastor and a failure as a disciple of Jesus and even as a human being.""A lot of people aren't idealistic, but a lot of leaders are.""It's important to realize that no church is as close to as awesome as it looks on the outside.""Recognize that idealism is dangerous and it can actually result in a kind of violence in leadership where you don't honor people's integrity.""Leadership is a form of suffering in love."RECOMMENDED RESOURCESLifeway Leadership Podcast NetworkLifeway.com/CoronaVirusThe Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark ComerGarden City by John Mark ComerThe Emotionally Healthy Church by Pete ScazzeroThe Emotionally Healthy Leader by Pete ScazzeroThe Way of the Heart by Henri Nouwen
bipolar, mindfulness, and christian prayer - Interview with John Mark Comer
Matthias J Barker Podcast
An interview with John Mark Comer where we discuss the differences between christian prayer and modern mindfulness, identity formation and my personal history with bipolar II.Get John Mark's Book: The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry:https://www.amazon.com/Ruthless-Elimination-of-Hurry-audiobook/dp/B07ZL2MRDS/ref=sr_1_2?crid=3MUED31QRSTTB&dchild=1&keywords=ruthless+elimination+of+hurry+book&qid=1613158052&sprefix=ruthless+el%2Caps%2C269&sr=8-2
James Bryan Smith and John Mark Comer have a Things Above conversation! In this episode James and John talk about a multitude of topics including; sexuality, theology, spiritual formation and more. Smith and Comer both explain the impact and importance of spiritual practices and how we can integrate them into our daily lives. Both James […] The post Conversation with John Mark Comer appeared first on Apprentice Institute.