Women’s Ministry Q/A #38: Mentoring Boundaries

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Recently at a YOU Lead women’s leadership training, we had a panel of leaders answering questions submitted by attendees. Several past and upcoming posts address those and try to help answer them.      Today’s question:  How do you “mentor” doing life when you get the “life” (time and energy) sucked out of you. Are there boundaries?In … [Read more...]

Mentoring Women=Connecting Women

Some time ago I did a radio interview with Melissa Rogers on New Day Cafe'. The topic was “connecting the body through mentoring”.  As I thought through the questions she asked, I was reminded once more how this is one of the most basic and obvious mandates from Scripture to women. I hope it will stimulate your thinking about this issue and how it relates to the women in your … [Read more...]

3 Ideas for Growing Girls into Godly Women

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Jimmie Davis, is the director of girls’ ministry at First Baptist Church, Spartanburg, NC. She is also author of  Girls’ Ministry Handbook and Girls’ Ministry Idea Book. She has spent years working with girls and raising up leaders among the teen girls she has invested in. I will give you her top ten ideas and add some comment to each.Listen to her … [Read more...]

Women’s Ministry Leaders: Do You Have a Truth Teller?

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Several times on this blog we have addressed accountability as a leader. Today, women’s leader Elizabeth Scholes challenges us once again to seek out an accountability “truth teller” to help us grow as a follower of Christ and leader of women.  Do you have a truth teller in your life?  Someone who speaks truth to you, even when you may not like to hear it?  I hope … [Read more...]

Teach Me, I’m Yours-The Voice of A Younger Generation

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Today's blog features a voice of a younger generation.  Mickey McCloud  currently works on the women's event team at LifeWay Christian Resources in Nashville, TN. Continue reading as Mickey reminds us of the importance of investing in the younger generation...I’ll admit it, I’m a nerd. I love to learn. My favorite day each year was when my parents would take me to go shopping … [Read more...]

Women’s Ministry Question # 12- How Does A Leader Find A Mentor-Discipler?

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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: As a leader, how do I find a woman to disciple me. I am desperate for a spiritual leader besides my husband.Yes, even … [Read more...]

Younger and Older Women Leading Together Into the Future

Have you been wondering how the older generation can join with the younger to lead into the future?  Watch this video from 2010 Women's Forum to see what young women are saying.  Join us for  2011 Women's Leadership Forum to continue seeking answers to this question.Young Adult Women at Forum 2010 from Chris Adams on Vimeo.   Other helpful resources on this topic: Women … [Read more...]

Women’s Forum 2010

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 I am not even sure where to begin on this one!  We had an incredible time at LifeWay Ridgecrest Conference Center, NC, this month celebrating our 15th forum with over 1300 women! We were blessed by fabulous workshop leaders and topics, networking groups, worship led by Travis Cottrell and his praise team, messages by Beth Moore, Curtis Jones, Margaret Feinberg, and a panel of leaders. … [Read more...]

Women and Titus 2…Cross- Generational Women’s Ministry

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Read what one young woman, guest blogger Regina Gibson, has to say about mentoring across the generations.  After receiving her Masters of Divinity in Women's Leadership from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, she served at LifeWay Christian Resources as a Young Women's Ministry Specialist. “In the same way, older women are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers, not … [Read more...]

Women’s Leaders: Hypocrites or Disciples?

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Last Sunday, my pastor David Landrith preached on Matthew 6 as part of his message series on the Sermon on the Mount. He gave such clear examples of the difference between the two that I wanted to share those here for us to consider as we lead women in our churches. Take a minute to read Matthew 6:1-5, 16-18.First my pastor shared the difference in the focus for these two groups. The focus for the … [Read more...]