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4 Ways to Make an Agenda Work for You
Consider which approach may work best for your meetings.
Recognize Jane on this topic. Carlos will have a report on this topic.) An annotated copy will support efficiency for leadership. Sarah E. Merkle is one
There's Something in the Water
How second-generation gender bias makes it difficult for women leaders to thrive
If so many barriers have been eliminated, why haven't the number of women and men in lead pastorates and denominational leadership positions equalized?
Getting Past the Lie of Rejection
Five steps you can take to get back on track.
Each word pierced me like a dagger to my soul. After pouring hours, sweat, tears, and passion into a church I loved, the leadership decided I was not enough. I was not enough.
8 Ways You're Appreciated
We asked male leaders why they're thankful for you.
I am profoundly grateful for the women pastors and leaders at Tenth Church and their spectacular leadership! Your wise executive leadership, Christ
Lead Well Alongside Men
5 tips for co-laboring for the kingdom
As a lead pastor of a church and a program director at a seminary, I have come to see that it is both an opportunity as well as a challenge to co-labor with men in leadership.
Why Church Leaders Shouldn’t Avoid “Practical” Topics
Preachers may not want to talk about finances—but it’s critical that they do so.
An experience I had a few years ago has become something of a parable for me whenever I think about pastoral leadership and such practical matters as money, fund-raising, and the
A Leadership Reminder: Your To-Do List Is Not A Plan
To-do lists can keep us on track, but they never create a new track. Only an intentional plan does that.
Church LeadershipNovember 03, 2017. A Leadership Reminder: Your To-Do List Is Not A Plan To-do lists can keep us on track, but they never create a new track.
Top 10 Articles of 2017
You don’t want to miss any of our most popular articles.
From imposter syndrome to ministry mistakes to singleness—our top articles carry great wisdom for any woman in church leadership. Take a look—you don't want to miss any of these.
Poured Out for the Church
Releasing the desire to be right, even when you’ve been wronged
Many, if not most, pastors could share a similar story of deep wounds inflicted upon them by a congregation, leadership team, or even a single, cantankerous church member.
Imagining the Next Generation of Women in Leadership
A conversation between a lead pastor and her daughter
Imagining the Next Generation of Women in Leadership. A conversation between a lead pastor and her daughter. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 5. Image: Provided by the author.
Why We Need Single Women Leaders
The unique challenges and powerful insights of unmarried ministry leaders
It includes articles that explore trends in women's discipleship, examine research on women and leadership, highlight women who are making a difference, and grapple with the unique
How to Keep Leading When You Feel Like Falling Apart
5 things to do when you face tragedy and turmoil
In turn, I assisted her in children's leadership. Yet through their story, we can learn valuable truths to help us keep going in our God-given leadership roles when we feel like falling apart.
Lead in a Way Only You Can
Many have tried to box us in or tell us who we should be, but we are kingdom women, and we are diverse.
preaching leans in that direction. My leadership style tends to be less direct and more collaborative, and that is okay. Breaking gender molds, you see
5 Ways to Protect Your Church
How to implement thorough policies and procedures.
in your church security plan. Another important way to learn is to look through your own security plans with your leadership team. Listen to the people
8 Life and Leadership Lessons From The Jayden K. Smith Hoax
If we don't learn what we can from this silly little episode, we might fall for the next big one.
Church & CultureJuly 12, 2017. 8 Life and Leadership Lessons From The Jayden K. Smith Hoax Here are 8 principles that this internet hoax can remind us about life and leadership.
When You Feel Like a Failure
Whether you've truly failed―or you just feel like a failure―the experience can actually be a blessing.
period. Still, her words haunted me. I didn't trust my own leadership abilities, just as I didn't trust that God in me could do a mighty work through me. I cried