Here’s something I’ve been learning lately: Rest is not a finish line. If you’re anything like me, you probably have a lot on your plate, and it all feels urgent and it all feels important. And especially with young children in the house, it’s difficult to balance the tension between needing to get things done, and needing to take the time to recharge.
Because work is something we do to honor God, it’s an everyday ordinary kind of worship. And the pace of our productivity has nothing to do with our worth in His eyes. All the same, it’s easy to fall back in to patterns of rush and hurry and hustle.
I know what it’s like to wonder when life will finally slow down so I can feel at peace. Instead of waiting for the world around us to slow down, what if we let our souls set the pace for our lives?
This is the heart behind the Soul Care Summit! The goal for this summit is to help you discover simple practices that enhance your emotional, mental, physical and spiritual health.
This summit is designed to empower men and women who are weary, so they can feel less overwhelmed and make space for holistic soul care practices in their daily lives.
For 5 days, starting May 24th, Taryn Nergaard, a compassionate growth coach, is bringing together sessions from 19 incredible speakers who have found ways to feel less frantic and embrace a slower, more soulful way of living. You’ll come away with simple practices and actionable steps to enhance your emotional, mental, physical and spiritual health, and more.
And I’ll be speaking about breath prayer!
Some of the other sessions I’m excited about are:
- Emotional Honesty with Heather Bjur
- Moments of Pause with Anna Kettle
- Nature Therapy with Kelly Bruce
- Relational Bible Reading with Keith Ferrin
- Creating Community with Eva Kubasiak and Jazmin D. Frank
The best part? It’s totally free!
There’s more I’d love to tell you about this summit, but I’ll let you check out all the details for yourself.
Click here to get your free ticket for the Soul Care Summit today!
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2 thoughts on “2021 Soul Care Summit”
Is it possible to get access to listen to last year’s summit? I realize there would be a cost. I am ok with that. But I feel the topic would be very helpful in my life.
Hi! I’m not sure, to answer your question, but Taryn is the one who organized it and would know! You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org