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Lead Me On: Discernment for Dummies

March 10, 2014 8:00 AM

Raise your hand if you can get behind a cause called "Discernment Is Not for the Faint of Heart." For honorary president, I recommend Tamar. Tamar was a woman who showed up early in the Bible. She married Judah's...

Leading Yourself

October 15, 2012 4:40 PM

You are a leader. A leader is defined simply as someone who guides or inspires others. You figure out where you and your team need to go and then you help them envision the future. You empower them to...

Bossy Older Sisters in the Church

September 27, 2012 9:00 AM

Not long ago, when I was pregnant with my now-infant son, I must admit that it came as quite a shock to me when I found out I was having a boy. I was sure that I was having...

Why Strong Women Don’t Get Respect

December 21, 2011 10:46 AM

“Must be my hormones again.” “Oh, it’s just estrogen.” “I’m just a chick with a bad thyroid.” These are the kinds of things I hear women in high-profile positions say about themselves—and by extension, about all women. Recently, a...

Embracing Weakness

November 10, 2011 8:42 AM

Christian leaders love to talk about strengths. Want proof? Just ask your pastor to list her spiritual gifts, talk about his areas of passion, or tell you her Myers-Briggs profile (any other ENTJ’s out there?). You’re sure to get an...

Harnessing Our Humanity

April 27, 2011 1:24 PM

Have you ever led a small group in which the following type of scenario took place? You’re excited because you invited a new person to your small group—perhaps a young co-worker or a student you met on campus—and this...

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