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Navigating your role as a woman and leader can be a challenge in today's church. Discover your divine purpose with Houston's help! Sharing the truths, strategies, and experiences that have kept her on course, she encourages you to reclaim your God-given potential, use your talents for God's glory, and lead with confidence, poise, and grace. 192 pages; hardcover.
|Title: Stay the Path: Navigating the Challenges and Wonders of Love, Life, and Leadership|
By: Bobbie Houston
Number of Pages: 192
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8-1/4 X 5-1/2 (inches)|
Weight: 2 ounces
Stock No: WW592524
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God calls all women to some level of leadership. Yet seeing yourself as a leader, discerning what one is meant to do, and navigating one's role as a woman and leader can be a challenging task. Drawing on the wisdom of 40 years of ministry, Bobbie Houston helps all women to discover their specific purpose and divine calling in STAY THE PATH. She shares the truths and experiences that have kept her and her husband, Brian Houston, on course, on point, and focused on the path before them. Readers will be able to recognize and believe in their unique gifts. Packed with personal stories, helpful advice, and leadership strategies for women, this book will challenge readers to claim their God-given potential and lead with confidence, poise, and grace.
"Every time Bobbie speaks, she paints a prophetic picture of the church, and as church leaders we are grateful for her voice to be heard through this book."Judah and Chelsea Smith, author and pastors of City Church Seattle and Los Angeles, on The Sisterhood