Leadership coach Dan Webster says in his Training Course that one cannot be spiritually mature unless one is emotionally mature. In what ways is this true? In what ways is this untrue?
Webster's insight opens a Pandora’s box of issues.
· How can we fulfill our core calling, loving God and loving others, if we are emotionally diminished?
· What does it mean to be emotionally mature?
· If emotional maturity is necessary for spiritual maturity to develop, what hope does a depressed person (or emotionally scarred person) have of becoming spiritually mature?