Courses

History Speaks - Do we care enough to listen?

Last week’s disturbing events in Charlottesville shake us, and yet history shows that time will pass and little will be learned. Christian women leaders change that history when we passionately inspire another generation to love God and to love our neighbors.

Deuteronomy reminds us that we need to be diligent in teaching our children and grandchildren to remember the past and to learn from it.

Following Well: 3 Secrets Great Leaders Know

While leadership sounds appealing, many consider following to be subservient. “I’ll never be a follower” is a statement we often hear. In the course, Follower Skills, Danette High states, “We will spend far more of our lives following than leading. Following is not a place to let your guard down, or to take a break from leadership.”

Spiritual Formation as a Leader

We all have opportunities to lead and to follow, and in both cases, our spiritual formation makes a difference in how we treat one another in those roles. 

The Bible says that God knew us while we were in our mother’s womb and that He knows our days—including every experience we’ve had. So, often with gaping wounds, we limp into positions of leadership. We want to present ourselves to everyone as a whole person, and we hope that they won’t notice our bandages and scars. Yet the more we try to hide our wounds, the more we expose them.

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