Women’s Leaders (and all women) Need A Time of Refreshing


If you have ever burned out or been on the verge of burnout, you must read guest blogger Sheila West's post here. Sit down and read slowly!  Take it to heart. I know you will be glad you did. Our intricate physical, emotional, and spiritual makeup isn’t designed for constant overdrive. But most of us never take the time to put our feet up and call it a day. We find ourselves in a … [Read more...]

A Resting Time for Women’s Leaders

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...]

Leaders Investing in LEADERS

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 Women’s Ministry Consultant, 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 … [Read more...]

Women Reading Novels?

I don’t often purchase secular fiction, but something sparked my interest in a Nicholas Sparks book, The Last Song. It was probably the beach scene on the front. I absolutely LOVE anything related to the beach and had seen this book advertised in a store mailer. It usually takes me weeks to finish any fiction book since I only read fiction at bedtime (the rest of my reading is … [Read more...]