Q&A with Lysa TerKeurst: How to Lead Through Pain – Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Q&A with Lysa TerKeurst: How to Lead Through Pain – Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Our personal health and wellness are important factors in how well we’re able to lead in professional, volunteer, or family roles. Learn how to lead through pain to empower yourself and your team to find your threshold, build a support system, and become stronger when hurt, criticism, and pressure take their toll.

In this episode, Craig sits down with Lysa TerKeurst, founder of Proverbs 31 Ministries and New York Times best-selling author of several books including Unglued, Uninvited, and Made to Crave, to discuss an often-overlooked topic in leadership circles—how to lead through pain. You’ll hear from Lysa’s personal experience in leading through pain, both physical and emotional, and coming out stronger on the other side.

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Craig Groeschel is the senior pastor of Life.Church, recognized as one of the largest and most innovative churches in the United States. Craig started the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast in 2016 as a way to bring empowering insights and easy-to-understand takeaways you can use to grow as a leader—whenever, wherever.

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About Craig Groeschel
Craig and his wife Amy live in Edmond, Oklahoma, where they started Life.Church in 1996. A New York Times bestselling author, Craig has spoken to millions of people at events and conferences in countries all over the world. Learn more about Craig: http://www.craiggroeschel.com/about

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22 Comments

  1. very powerful insight-thank you for going through the process and not tapping out for us all to recieve such great insight

  2. What or how do you handle things when you have been authentic, shared your humanity and stepped away to heal and regroup? I pushed as far as I could. I "bummed" rides to church and I walked until I developed foot problems, etc. And even now, I am expected to continue to serve. I would willingly serve. However, I don’t have the resources to get to the place to serve.

  3. Thank you Lisa for your transparency! This is helping so many leaders. Thanks Craig’s for these podcasts, they are powerful!

  4. wow ☺️ thank you so much for the valuable content ,the vulnerability,the quality of the presentation.Absolutely loved it.

  5. So much wisdom coming out of this interview. Thank you both for sharing this video. When you do more, you endure more. Wow.

  6. Pray for my health to god..I dont have pain anymore ..I am praying for everything back to stomach after went threw alot allway down ended up changed in one day.still no dr.listen even take time. I have two boys I no they haven’t give up on me..have no one beside me just God

  7. Great. Our pastor said something last Sunday: it’s very important to love people, and also important to trust that they love you. Commit to loving and not taking offense over what they might say or not say. Trust that God is working out His purpose.

  8. I love your audio book. Your voice is meditative. Thank you for being vulnerable and showing how to see light punching through the end of dark tunnel. Love you lady. Thank you for your wisdom. I am inbetween gardens. We are doing a study group in West TX, loving your workbook, video and book.

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