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Breaking the Sound Barrier: Women Married to Men in Ministry - Slightly Imperfect

Abingdon Press / 2007 / Paperback

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Like its companions, Hit the Bullseye and Direct Hit by Paul Borden, this book requires radical paradigm change in order to fulfill the Great Commission. While dedicated to the courageous people who help transform churches, Teresa Flint-Borden asserts that moving toward mach 10 ministry means that women married to men in ministry as well as women in ministry are essential partners in the growth process. Ministry couples are co-pilots who together must face the challenges and realities of systemic change in their churches. As Flint-Borden reminds us, growing, turnaround churches can only be led by persons who are willing to be transformed.

Teresa Flint-Borden is a fourth-generation female business entrepreneur, with 30 years experience as a business owner. She currently serves part-time as a consultant to non-profit organizations, a certified facilitator on personal change and transition, and a teacher/trainer on a number of topics and personal assessment tools. As a social advocate, Flint-Borden has received community recognitions for her work with unwed mothers, cancer survivors, and AIDS research and prevention. She created and leads Women of the Word, a non-profit agency designed to empower disadvantaged women. She is also passionate about her advocacy work for clergy spouses.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 0687491851
ISBN-13: 9780687491858

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