Women’s Bible Teachers Wonder…”Will They Ever Get It?”

If you teach the Word, you have probably asked this question. We so desperately want the women we teach to understand the truths and live them out in their lives. First of all, let yourself off the hook. It’s not your job to make them “get it”. Only the Holy Spirit can help women grasp and experience the Bible truths. Our job as teachers is to pray, study, share personal stories, … [Read more...]

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...]

Are Women’s Leaders Multi-Tasking God?


Guest blogger Sheila West will truly challenge all of us as leaders with this very insightful post. Read prayerfully!"It was one of those days. We all have them.  The demands of the day were greater than the time or energy that I possessed. As I backed out of the driveway I found myself crying out to the Father in utter desperation:  “I really need your help! I can’t do … [Read more...]

Women Taking Retreats

It’s Spring break time for many people during March and April…a time to get away from normal life and take a break.  Life Lesson 6 in this series is all about taking personal retreats.  Sounds great, doesn’t it? But it’s never easy. If we do not intentionally find ways of “retreating” we can become overwhelmed and face the possibility of burn out. 5 … [Read more...]