How to Ask a Man to Mentor You
In light of #MeToo, some men are more reluctant than ever to mentor a woman.
How to Ask a Man to Mentor You. In light of #MeToo, some men are more reluctant than ever to mentor a woman. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 2. Image
Lead Well Alongside Men
5 tips for co-laboring for the kingdom
Lead Well Alongside Men. email; print. Gender plays a significant role when we talk about how women and men can lead well together in the church and workplace.
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?
Make Your Voice Heard at the Table
3 ways to help get your ideas across when you’re working with men
Make Your Voice Heard at the Table. 3 ways to help get your ideas across when you're working with men. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 2. Why do men overlook women?
How to Become a Trauma-Informed Congregation
These suggestions will help your church better care for survivors of abuse.
may become depressed or develop distorted thinking about themselves or the world: It must be my fault, God doesn't love me or he would haveprotected me, or All men are dangerous.
A Team Approach to Sermon Preparation
It is not good that preachers should prepare their messages alone.
I invited men and women of a variety of ages. About a dozen people showed up to the kickoff meeting. My family was suffering. I needed to try something different.
Your Small Groups Can Be Safe Havens
Three ways to encourage healthy sharing and listening in these settings.
“All those who were in distress or in debt or discontented gathered around him, and he became their commander.” These would become David's mighty men—legends of the Bible.
I Discipled a Murderer
When people don't change, are our efforts in vain?
ve done?”. I invited him to my church that night for Bible study and introduced him to some godly men. In him up again. Soon an army of men appeared.
8 Ways You're Appreciated
We asked male leaders why they're thankful for you.
The mission of God and the community of God are only complete when we have men and women working alongside each other with the gifts God has given them!
My Mixed Feelings about Ordination
How could I know if ordination was the right step for me?
Since then, countless women and men have poured into me, challenged me, encouraged me, and taught me. I have felt nothing but support from day one.
8 Guidelines for Ministering to Men
A nuanced alternative to the Billy Graham Rule that views men—and ourselves—first as being in the image of God.
A nuanced alternative to the Billy Graham Rule that views men—and ourselves—first as being in the image of God. 8 Guidelines for Ministering to Men.
When Pastors Are Sexual Abuse Survivors
Childhood trauma can sabotage ministry in sinister ways.
One in four women and one in nine men have experienced some form of sexual abuse according to a 2016 report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Pastoring the Victims of #MeToo
Four steps your church can take to minister well
0; tweet; email; print. In the 24 hours after #MeToo first appeared on Twitter, more than 4.7 million women (and some men) engaged with the thread. Many
Sexual Addiction Destroyed My Pastorate
Exposing the truth was just the first step to redemption.
This is the story of how God used the train wreck I made of my life and marriage and gave me a new calling to help Christian men, pastors, and their churches who are struggling with
Choose to Pause and Fill Up
Pausing in a selah with Christ is the catalyst of revival, restoration, and peace.
I know that feeling. Peter responds like I imagine I might, quick to offer to build tents for the three men to dwell—to keep working, to fill the air with offerings of help.
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7. 8 Guidelines for Ministering to Men. A nuanced alternative to the Billy Graham Rule that views men—and ourselves—first as being in the image of God. Jill M. Richardson.
Mean Girls in the Church
How to become women who embolden rather than undermine
Being a woman in ministry, I would think that my biggest advocates most often would be women and my biggest naysayers most often would be men.