In a day and age of hectic rushing to and fro in ministry, business, and just about every aspect of life, there are principles to learn from Peter Scazzero. While, I would not endorse every aspect of his book, including Scazzero’s ecumenism and hinted acceptance of women-preachers, he does share some valuable principles that leaders today often find wanting in their leadership.
For a nutshell of the book’s content, BibleGateway did an interview which you may find helpful: The Emotionally Healthy Leader: An Interview with Peter Scazzero
Leadership does not have to be a the responsibility of an overextended workaholic. Leaders can find from Jesus’ example the importance of rest, proper ministry-work-life balance and much more. Leadership is first of all obedience to the Lord.