Run Hard. Rest Well.
We introduce groups to a transformative blueprint of work, rest, and rhythm.
We equip leaders to create a culture that is vibrant, engaging, and sustainable.
We prepare people in high-stress professions to thrive and flourish.
A 20/20 Vision for Covid-19 and Beyond
RHRW prayed for 20/20 vision this year. We got it. What is God bringing to light in your life? At Run Hard. Rest Well. three things come into focus.
A Rest That Works for the Rest of Our Lives
Mobilize your people to capitalize on their at-home hours of work and rest. Equip your staff, your church, your family to make rest simple and strategic for lasting change and transformation.
Flourishing Families, Vibrant People
Family is where we are first loved and first wounded. As leaders, prepare your people to maximize the love and limit the wounding as we shelter-in. Free, on-line articles to read and share, including “Mom’s Guide to Sabbath Rest” and “High-needs and special-needs children.”
One Million Miracles
Everyday acts of kindness transform neighborhoods and communities. Despite social distancing, Covid-19 is highlighting the power of connection. Inspire your people to make a difference in the lives of others every day.
“The concept of pacing and pulsing our workflow and being intentional about rest and rejuvenation was a game changer for our office. We reorganized our schedules and team building, and as a result, drastically reduced our staff turnover rate and improved both our patient and employee satisfaction scores.”— Dr. Angela LaSalle, MD (Parkview Integrative Medicine)
“Thank you for the outstanding workshop. I’ve been getting nothing but hugely positive feedback from teachers all afternoon. It was thought-provoking, funny, and the perfect way to greet summer break. Truly, it was right on the mark for what the faculty needed to hear. Perfect in every way. Thanks again! ”— Katie Burrows (Canterbury High School)
“Thanks for an amazing retreat experience! It was timely and resonated deeply. I look forward to brainstorming ways to build off this successful staff experience.”— Tim Hallman, Executive Leader (Greater Ft. Wayne YMCA)
“RHRW saved my ministry calling. When I first engaged in RHRW I was on the brink of burnout. I didn’t realize how much I needed regular rhythms of rest in my life. Three years later and I am joyful, rested, planting a new church, growing programs at the YMCA, and living a healthy family life. I am more fruitful and fulfilled because of implementing rest in my life.”— Amanda Daniels, Lead Pastor (Whitley County Family YMCA)