Women, do you long to follow your instincts to lead? Beach challenges you to use your gifts for the glory of God and the good of his church! Sharing her 30-year journey as a leader, she offers guidance on developing character, earning respect, finding your voice, and more to help you reach your full ministry potential. 176 pages, hardcover from Willow.
No mistake was made in heaven when God gave you the gift of leadership or teaching. Every gift you haveyour instincts to lead and your passion to make a difference came from the hand of a loving Father who crafted you. In this practical and inspiring book, Willow Creek Executive vice president and teaching pastor Nancy Beach speaks to women with God-given gifts of leading and teaching. Sharing from her thirty-year journey in a local church, Nancy offers guidance on such issues as: Developing character Earning respect Finding your voice for leadership and teaching Managing work and personal life Forming an intentional support network She also challenges church leaders to wrestle with the issue of women in leadership, and to be advocates for women as they seek to reach their full ministry potential. Nancy desires that women will fully engage in the dangerous and thrilling adventure of using their leadership gifts to advance the kingdom of God. The path wont be easy . . . but God will never leave you alone.
Nancy Beach is executive vice president of programming and production for the Willow Creek Association and a teaching pastor at Willow Creek Community Church. A champion for the arts and artists in the church, she is the author of An Hour on Sunday: Creating Moments of Transformation and Wonder. Nancy holds a masters degree in communication from Wheaton College. She lives in Barrington, Illinois, with her husband, Warren, and her two daughters, Samantha and Johanna.
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