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When Women Lead Audiobook Summary

Much of what men and women both think about women, gender differences, and cultural norms is remarkably under-processed. Without the benefit of intentional conversation about the barriers women face, most women are left to enter the world of leadership with inadequate awareness and resources. The acknowledgement of a woman’s right to leadership is only the first step. We have not yet addressed the very common barriers women face when they enter the leadership arena, nor have we explored practical solutions to help them navigate those barriers so they can lead effectively.

Women need to know that unrealistic optimism is a recipe for failure. Simply by acknowledging constraints to success, then exploring strategies to enhance leadership skills, we can help women take greater authority over their call to live out of a God-given identity and giftedness.

When Women Lead is for men and women who advocate for female leadership within the Church. When women are educated about the challenges they face and are given resources to navigate beyond those challenges, their opportunity for success in ministry increases dramatically. The purpose of this book is to describe those challenges, explore practical solutions, and equip women to lead successfully and hopefully.

While it is an excellent resource for women ready to enter leadership with more confidence and authority, it’s also perfect for denominational leaders charged with raising up women called to leadership roles, for lay leaders who want to better understand the dynamics at work when the pastor is a woman, and for husbands, parents, and friends who desperately want to support women in their life who are living out what God has given them to do.

What if the Kingdom of God is straining toward the day when all God’s people are deployed in the work of the Great Commission? Women are already leading powerful movements around the world. The evangelistic explosion being documented in many closed countries is largely due to the leadership of women. Missionaries tell of the critical role of women in introducing the gospel to new groups. This book can help to equip a new generation of women to rise up with tools in hand to welcome and advance God’s Kingdom on earth.

Further reading is included in the audiobook companion PDF download.

About the Author(s) of When Women Lead

Carolyn Moore is the author of When Women Lead

Carolyn Moore is the founding pastor of Mosaic Church in Evans, Georgia. Previously she has served as an elder and associate pastor at several United Methodist Churches. She has an MDiv and Doctor of Ministry from Asbury Theological Seminary with a focus on church planting. She writes on topics of holiness, healing, and Wesleyan theology at artofholiness.com.

When Women Lead Full Details

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Length 6 hours 35 minutes
Author Carolyn Moore
Publisher Zondervan
Release date September 27, 2022
ISBN 9780310129660

Subjects

According to Zondervan, the Publisher of When Women Lead Audiobook, When Women Lead includes the following subjects: The BISAC Subject Code is Religion, Christian Life, Women's Issues

Additional info

The imprint is Zondervan. It is supplied by Zondervan. The ISBN-13 is 9780310129660.

Global Availability

This book is only available in the United States.

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