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She Leads—A Valentine Love Story

On Valentine’s Day, Maegan, meaning pearl, was born. Imagine how her family felt and the jewel they received that Valentine’s Day. This precious, left-handed young woman of God now continues to grow in love with His Word as she finds pleasure using her artistic penmanship to glorify God. 


God’s Word, the most beautiful love story we have, tells of a God who continually woos His creation.
 

Doing Work We Love

Almost two years ago, I came to work at Christian Women’s Leadership Center with a challenge to help create nine courses which would become part of our Leadership Certificate Program. I benefitted from the groundwork of a team of people who did the difficult work of researching and selecting the appropriate topics before I arrived. They did much of the hard work, and I reaped an opportunity to implement the plan. 

Changing Lives in a Hurting World: Do you want to take part in what He is doing?

When a Christian woman finds herself leading, she will be wise to consider God’s purpose. It’s possible for her to completely separate her identity with Christ and lead like any other woman might lead, and by doing so, she’ll do herself and those around her a disservice. She might even lose the opportunity to be part of a wonderful plan God has to change the lives of those who work with her.


Shouldn’t a Christian leader lead differently? If not, why not? 

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