Recently at a YOU Lead women’s leadership training, we had a panel answering questions submitted by attendees. Several past and upcoming posts address those and try to help answer them.  Click here to read other posts answering these questions.Today’s question is: Is it possible to have an effective mentoring ministry without a formal program?Certainly the early church … [Read more...]

Today you will hear from guest blogger and PK Lisa Whittle. She shares some great thoughts about being in ministry and ministering to your kids in the post. Ministry moms, there are some things your kids need you to know...Your husband is important.  People admire you.  But in every way, your role at home to your family is your greatest ministry.As a pastor’s kid myself, I have … [Read more...]

As a leader, when do you put on your big girl panties? As you juggle your responsibilities, do you struggle with what to pick up and what to put down? If so, you will enjoy this post by Dr. Deb Douglas., Add links with her name and photo, graphic? (be careful about graphic!)On the day the tornado ripped apart Tuscaloosa, AL, my hometown, I was busy being a Minister to Women at my church. Instead … [Read more...]

I love reading this minister’s wives perspective of why it’s important to minister to women. Read this post by guest blogger Jennifer Landrith, senior pastor’s wife at Long Hollow Baptist Church, Hendersonville, TN.Sometimes I am at a conference with my husband and I will occasionally hear a pastor’s wife say she doesn’t like having a women’s ministry or they … [Read more...]

Women’s leader Betsy Langmade is our guest blog writer today.  I know none of you ever face stress, but if you ever should, I believe her suggestions here can be a huge help!  Enjoy and be challenged to make a difference as you read this great post! "I’m recently dealing with a very difficult season.  The landscape of my current “to do” list is like … [Read more...]

   Did you miss the webcast? Don't worry! You can still view the recording by clicking hereJoin Chris Adams, Pam Case & Paige Greene for 2011 Forum “Decades” Sneak Peek ….Because we are all in this together. Special guests will be speaker and author Esther Burroughs, LifeWay Women Event Project Coordinator Lauren Farmer, and Girls’ Ministry Specialist … [Read more...]

This is the fifth in a series of posts (click here for lesson one ,  two,  three, and four) discussing the 5 most valuable leadership lessons Martha Lawley , author of Attending the Bride of Christ: Preparing For His Return learned from the life of Peter. Are we so grateful to God for his ministry of restoration in our lives? Do you ever compare yourself to another leader who has … [Read more...]

This is the third in a series of posts( click here for lesson one and two) discussing the 5 most valuable leadership lessons by guest blogger Martha Lawley , author of Attending the Bride of Christ: Preparing For His Return. Perhaps this lesson on self reliance will hit close to home for you as it did for me! The 5 leadership lessons include:1.    Leadership is a … [Read more...]

  Don’t miss this informative webcast March 15  12:00-1:00 PM Central TimeJoin Chris Adams, Pam Case & Paige Greene for 2011 Forum “Decades” Sneak Peek ….Because we are all in this together. Special guests will be speaker and author Esther Burroughs, LifeWay Women Event Project Coordinator Lauren Farmer, and Girls’ Ministry Specialist Pam … [Read more...]

Today you will read a very introspective and touching testimony by guest blogger, women’s ministry leader Lesa Floyd. Please pray before you read it and ask God to speak to you personally."Just before the holidays I began to feel the need for some time away from full- time, night and day, 24/7 ministry. A time to stop the everyday routine to reflect and reconsider what this time in my … [Read more...]