History Speaks - Do we care enough to listen?

Last week’s disturbing events in Charlottesville shake us, and yet history shows that time will pass and little will be learned. Christian women leaders change that history when we passionately inspire another generation to love God and to love our neighbors.

Deuteronomy reminds us that we need to be diligent in teaching our children and grandchildren to remember the past and to learn from it.

2 Christian Women from 2 Generations Share a Passion for Bible Journaling

Beth Ann, a mother and a Web developer, and Grace, a recent college graduate working at a non-profit, share a passion for Bible journaling. Though their lives differ in many ways, they will each lead a group of women in their respective churches who want to begin Bible journaling.

Take the 9 Books–9 Months Leadership Challenge

Reading Wars, Philip Yancey’s July 20 blogpost, stirred a commotion about how social media and the Internet train us to read short passages, distracting us from the deep reading of books. Christian women leaders should take note and consider alternatives for growing their leadership knowledge. Not all online applications allow distractions. In fact, our online leadership training for women does just the opposite! It provides a platform for women to reflect deeply about the book and the online training they receive each month.