Women’s Leaders: Never Been This Way

I have always loved the book of Joshua, well, not always, but for a long time now, especially as a leader. We learn so much from him. Read today’s post by guest blogger Rachel Lovingood, co-author of In Our Shoes (click here for her blog), as well as a  minister’s wife and ministry leader at Long Hollow Baptist Church  in Hendersonville, TN.   I’m doing the … [Read more...]

LifeWay Women Live WEBCAST- Decades Sneak Peek

   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...]

Leadership Lessons from the Life of Peter- Part 2


This is the second in a series of posts (click here to read the first post) discussing the 5 most valuable leadership lessons Martha Lawley , author of Attending the Bride of Christ: Preparing For His Return, has learned from the life of Peter.  Ask God to show you what He would have you learn as you read this leadership lesson.Again the 5 leadership lessons include:1.    … [Read more...]

Leadership Lessons from the Life of Peter-Part 1


This is a series of 5 blog posts by guest blogger Martha Lawley , author of Attending the Bride of Christ: Preparing For His Return. This is the first in the series of leadership lessons so watch in the future for the other 4 to follow. I know these will be a great blessing and challenge to you as a leader.Of all the disciples I relate most to Peter – passionate, impertinent and always ready … [Read more...]

RETHINK Women’s Special Events


Have you ever planned a special event just because you do it every year and it’s on the calendar? I have too, but perhaps we need to take time to stop and “rethink” why and how we are doing it to see if it even should be on the calendar.Here is something to RE-think each time you begin thinking about an event: perceived needs vs. real needs of women. What are the perceived needs … [Read more...]