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  • 10 Ways to Handle Stress in Ministry
    Stress in ministry is unavoidable but we don’t have to succumb to it. The problem comes with how we respond. To understand this, self-awareness is the vital tool. Without it, addressing stress and avoiding burnout is like trying to mend a car without wrenches. Success is unlikely.

    • 75% of pastors report being “extremely stressed” or “highly stressed”
    • 90% work between 55 to 75 hours per week
    • 90% feel fatigued and worn out every week
    • 70% say they’re grossly underpaid
    • 40% report a serious conflict with a parishioner at least once a month
    • 78% were forced to resign from their church (63% at least twice), most commonly because of church conflict
    • 80% will not be in ministry ten years later and only a fraction make it a lifelong career . On average, seminary trained pastors last only five years in church ministry
    • 100% of 1,050 Reformed and Evangelical pastors had a colleague who had left the ministry because of burnout, church conflict, or moral failure
    • 91% have experienced some form of burnout in ministry and 18% say they are “fried to a crisp right now”
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  • 10 Ways You Can End Live Streaming Buffering
    Problems with video buffering can be frustrating and have a negative impact on your live video streaming experience. There are several ways to stop and prevent buffering on your network.

    1.       Do a speed test on your network.

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