This was originally posted in May last year, but I thought it was such a helpful reminder as we head into this new year and our desire to grow spiritually!As you read today’s post by guest blogger, Shirley Moses, consider asking God who you might team up with as a leader in an accountability relationship. It is such a vital part of continuing to grow deeper in our walk as we serve and … [Read more...]

As you read today’s post by guest blogger, Shirley Moses, consider asking God who you might team up with as a leader in an accountability relationship. It is such a vital part of continuing to grow deeper in our walk as we serve and lead women.  One thing I have found that can stimulate our spiritual growth as a leader like nothing else is genuine accountability.  So what does this … [Read more...]

Our Guest blogger Margaret Kennedy, from Dothan, Alabama, is an author and the Founder of Threads of Hope Ministries, a speaking and writing ministry. I was convicted of my own issues with this topic as I read her message. I think you will be too. “Who died and made you judge and jury?”  A familiar phrase from years gone by? Jesus clearly answers the question for us when … [Read more...]

   Today’s guest blogger is Shirley Moses She is an author, Women’s Ministry Team Advisor at Hagerman Baptist Church in Sherman, Texas, and the Women's Ministry Consultant at the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. She also serves currently as a LifeWay Ministry Multiplier, helping us train women’s ministry leaders across the country.Shirley contributed to our … [Read more...]

As a leader, one thing I’ve learned is that I can fall just as easily as the next person. The day I think I am immune to sin and failure, I am about to fall big time. Ultimately we are accountable to God for our lives (see Romans 14:12), but we need someone to walk with us and help us as we navigate life and leadership.  Lesson 5 is that we must have an accountability relationship with … [Read more...]

Ever wonder how to know if someone is compatible as an accountability partner? And whether they are truly seeking to spend the time in spiritual disciplines and growth? Here are some questions you might ask. 1.    Are you comfortable around this person? Is she open? Does she put you at ease? 2.    Do you trust her with personal issues? 3.    Does she … [Read more...]