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Leading Women Who Wound: Strategies for an Effective Ministry
Personal attacks, difficult people, and conflict are inevitable in ministry. Whether you volunteer a few hours a week or work on full time staff, you won’t be the exception! But men and women perceive and process conflict differently. Finally, a book for women by women who have been there. Are you particularly vulnerable? Can you differentiate between constructive criticism and destructive attacks? Have you mastered the process Jesus taught his disciples? A practical comprehensive guide book, Leading Women Who Wound will prepare you to thrive in conflict as you learn to disarm and love women who hurt you.

 

Mixed Ministry: Working Together as Brothers and Sisters in an Oversexed Society
How do you relate to the opposite sex in a working environment? The New Testament treats Christian men and women as sacred siblings. Is that relationship a reality in your ministry?

 

 

 

 

 

Women’s Retreats: A Creative Planning Guide
Almost every church—large or small—has a women’s retreat. While Bible study should always remain the core of any quality women’s ministry, Scripture- centered retreats provide a unique opportunity for women to hear back-to-back life-changing messages, live in the midst of authentic community for several days, and get away for fun and fellowship. Annual retreats provide a perfect forum to address relational needs, take time away from busy jobs and homes, and focus on knowing God.

 

New Doors in Ministry to Women

New Doors is a creative, new approach to life-changing women’s ministries! Mothers and grandmothers, stay-at-home moms and working moms, students and singles. How can your women’s ministry become a celebration of the church’s uniqueness rather than a conflict of interest?

New Doors provides direction for building a ministry team, creating dynamic Bible studies, and preparing for and surviving conflicts through the implementation of the Transformation Model – a life-changing strategy that adapts the understanding of biblical truth to the unique circumstances of various ministries. By building a women’s ministry around an understanding of biblical truth, this new model helps deepen women’s relationships with God and then with others.

The book is based on an approach that has been tested and found equally effective in campus ministries, local churches, and missions programs both in the U.S. and overseas.

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