7 Reasons Leaders Need To Prioritize Their Own Inner Healing
Inner Healing and Deliverance ministry’s priority is keeping the communication lines between the Trinity and us wide open so that our leadership comes from Jesus’ leadership and our spirit is overflowing from His Spirit. Trained Inner Healing professionals facilitate and help you connect to God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit through encounter so that He can provide the healing counsel that our souls desire. We all hear from the Shepherd, according to John 10:27, but it is a tremendous service to have someone help you focus and give you the time and confidential space to guide you through this.
While constantly leading, serving, and shepherding our people, we Christian leaders frequently find ourselves on the front lines of a spiritual conflict. It is crucial that we put our own inner healing first while we carefully pour forth our hearts and souls. Let’s examine seven compelling reasons why leaders should seriously consider inner healing as a healing remedy necessary for their position.
Fighting in the Fire: You may be aware, but as leaders, we often act as a bridge between the spiritual world and our people even if we're not in church ministry. Our spiritual health and mental well-being may suffer as a result of the ongoing spiritual conflict as a result. In order to lead from a position of strength and completeness, inner healing gives us the tools we need to stay in the fire.
Recovery from Work Wounds - Leaders frequently face difficulties, such as criticism, betrayal, and disappointments. This is known as work-related wounds. Leaders can process these wounds with the aid of an inner healing professional, who can help to strengthen the connection to the Godhead who provides emotional healing and enables them to pursue work with renewed tenacity and zeal.
Repairing Emotional Health: Leadership entails serious obligations and duties that might cause emotional stress. Leaders are invited to confront and recover from past wrongs, trauma, and emotional pain via inner healing, which results in improved spiritual health, emotional health, and well-being.
Building Relationships: Strong relationships are the basis of effective work environments. Leaders are better able to communicate with employees, contractors, volunteers, coworkers, and loved ones by being more real, vulnerable, and empathic. We become more authentic as we attach and bond with the Spirit of God and His deep love and acceptance for us. Inner healing is an extremely effective way to help leaders connect to the Trinity and hear from their loving Father.
Growing Spiritual Vitality: A deeper contact with God's transformative power is made possible by inner healing. Leaders encounter spiritual breakthroughs as a result of dealing with their personal issues, which also helps them to develop a strong, close relationship with God.
Renewed Vision and Alignment: The pressures of leadership might occasionally blur our vision and leave us feeling unsure about where to go. Leaders may make wise judgments and lead with purpose when they have clarity, discernment, and a renewed vision for their workplace, thanks to inner healing.
Train the Trainer: Leaders will become healers through accepting inner healing, which makes them living examples of God's redeeming power. They promote a culture of authenticity, compassion, and restoration within the workplace community by encouraging their members to explore their own healing journeys with Jesus.
Let us put our own inner healing first as leaders and enable God to heal us from the inside out. We learn how to lead from a place of wholeness, changing lives and leading others into closer fellowship with God. Inner Healing will help you get unstuck and can help to facilitate radical restoration all over your sphere of influence.
Today, I challenge leaders to start their own internal healing journeys. Look for dependable therapists, counselors, or prayer partners like us here at Abundant Encounters who can lead you through this transformational process confidentially. Love yourself enough that you can love others better, take care of your spiritual and mental health, and trust God to restore and cure your entire being. Keep in mind that as you pursue inner healing, you turn into a symbol of hope and change, having an effect on those you lead. Let's set an example for others, illuminating the way to Christ's wholeness.