REPLENISHMENT

The key to healthy ministers that transform

Replenishment Plans are personalized annual programs that eliminate burnout, increase effectiveness and deepen true calling. Each plan is designed for a minister’s unique interests, struggles and strengths in order to provide them with the tools necessary to create a new rhythm. A healthy and wholesome minister is then able to transform their families, church and beyond. 

We are currently accepting new ministers for the next cohort. If interested in more information, send us email.

HOW IT WORKS

Discuss & Identify

areas of replenishment that will lead to greater health.

Create & Personalize

a 1-year individualized Replenishment Plan.

Budget & Fund

Day 7 comes alongside the church and minister to defer cost.

Create a new Rhythm

that can include Professional Services, Replenishment Activities and Retreats.

What are people saying?

Real words from real pastors and their impact
  • My individualized replenishment plan has afforded me a new rhythm to my calling. The extreme highs and the extreme lows used to have me on a roller coaster cycle of ministry. I was headed for burnout and completely unaware. I see it in the simple things like a sleeping well at night, losing weight and pausing to enjoy God’s creation. I wake up enthusiastic for what the day might bring knowing no matter what it is, I have an outlet — people and opportunities outside my church poised and ready to pour into me.
  • May sound simple, but my spouse remembered to take the trash out. I know, I know, there are bigger things to life. But this one small thing is a testament to my spouse being more present, more mindful and more joyful. It reminds me daily of when we were first called into the ministry. The receiving end of a replenishment plan has significantly impacted our family for the better. Thank you, Jesus!
  • I was not sure what was happening until I heard about the replenishment plan our minister was on. The messages that were being brought to us were coming from a deeper place. There was a joy in the messages and many felt the movement of the Spirit in a way we had not in years. Our pastor was still, calm and listened with a closer ear to the needs around our church. The benefit of this new rhythm continues to be catching across our entire church. I feel as though there is less talk about what we are not and more talk about who we are in Christ. I would donate and give to this — it is working.

Does this resonate with the needs of your church and ministerial staff?