Staying in Community When You Are an Introvert

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Does being with people take a toll on you? As introverts, sometimes we need to be reminded that good things happen in community that cannot happen in isolation. That’s what this download hopes to help you with—creating community when you don’t necessarily feel like it—and doing it in such a way that it fits your introverted personality. JoHannah Reardon offers practical ideas for practicing hospitality (necessary in any ministry) when you'd rather be alone. Holly Vicente Robaina helps us see that Christian community provides protection from spiritual attack and sluggishness. Amy Simpson insists that God has equipped and prepared us for what he wants us to do. Randall Neighbour gives practical ways to get talkative people to remain quiet and quiet people to talk. And Jim Burns helps us to simply celebrate the introvert.

Gifted for Leadership Training Packs include full articles, action points, and thought-provoking questions.

Introduction


Community the Introvert Way
by JoHannah Reardon

Leader's Guide: How to use “Staying in Community When You Are an Introvert” for a group study

Articles

Hospitality for Introverts
How can you practice hospitality when you'd rather be alone?
By JoHannah Reardon

Strength in Numbers
Christian community provides protection from spiritual attack and sluggishness—even for introverts.
By Holly Vicente Robaina

Introverts in Ministry
We need to understand that God has equipped and prepared us for what he wants us to do.
By Amy Simpson

Bringing Out the Introvert
What are practical ways to get talkative people to remain quiet and quiet people to talk?
By Randall Neighbour

Celebrate the Introvert
Introverts have strengths that extroverts just don’t have.
By Jim Burns

Recommended Resources: Articles, books, and Bible studies to help you further

 

Total number of pages - 38 pages

 

Format: PDF

 

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Permission: Make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.

 

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