Problems Women Face

Great Leaders Know: To manage conflict, begin with your own!

Have you ever heard people say, “Hurting people hurt people”? As Christian leaders, conflict will come our way through our life experiences and through the people we work with. By facing our own struggles, we are more equipped to lead effective teams in ways that help rather than ways that hurt. 

3 Communication Tips to Understand and Be Understood

Struggles in relationships can lead to feelings of loneliness, frustration, anger, and even hopelessness. But God has the power to heal and bring about reconciliation in our relationships.

You may have friends, family members, and many others around you, but do you feel alone? If you’re struggling in your relationships, you may come to feel alone – I know I often do. If God intends for us to have healthy, fulfilling relationships, why do I feel lonely?

One Woman Who Leads Every Day

Come to Christian Women’s Leadership Luncheon, and you’re likely to meet GeNeise Fuller, a customer service rental agent and entrepreneur. GeNeise brings Christ into the secular workplace every day by giving her best to her employer and serving customers with the utmost respect and professionalism. Is it easy? “Sometimes, no,” says GeNeise, “but I have to remind myself from time to time that I am working unto Him—not so much to them.” 

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