The Women in Ministry Resource Kit is designed to equip and empower women to be more effective in their ministry roles. Gain wisdom from seasoned leaders through this resource kit on a wide range of topics.
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Creating a Leadership Pipeline for Women – Jenni Catron
In this breakout, Jenni Catron provides practical leadership help for women to develop skills to lead themselves and others with the character, confidence and authenticity of a godly woman. She talks about what is holding women back and then focuses the skills women need to lead others effectively. This workshop helps women successfully navigate the transitions necessary to lead well in church and ministry settings while also giving them a practical guide for breaking the “stained-glass window” and becoming effective leaders. Jenni also addresses leadership issues such as leading mixed gender teams, earning and giving respect, and navigating through relational landmines.
Identity Redefined: A Conversation About Women in Church Planting – Debbie Jones, Heidy Tandy, Dimetra Barrios
This panel focuses on the unique challenges that women face in church planting — whether you’re a pastor, a co-lead pastor, a pastor’s wife, single, work in the marketplace, stay at home mom, and more! Panelists also discuss what it looks like for women to live into their own identities as a minister of the Gospel regardless of your role in and outside of the church and practical ways to thrive in church planting.
Identity Crisis: Getting to Know Who You Are So You Can Let Go of Who You Aren’t – Debbie Jones, Sarah Burnett, Zarat Boyd
Personality tests such as the Enneagram, StrengthsFinder, DISC, and Myers-Briggs are very popular right now. What we do with this information and knowledge we find out about ourselves is even more important than the tests themselves! This workshop explores the Scriptural connections to several personality assessments and how women can use these tools to maximize their roles in starting churches.
Women in Church Planting – Called to Plant, Lead, and Grow – Kim Griffith
If you are a woman who is planting a church or feeling called to plant, join Kim as she discusses the unique benefits and challenges of being a woman church planter. God is calling you to plant new places to reach new people, to lead them in building a new faith community, and to grow the church both spiritually and numerically! What an exciting and wonderful ministry. Kim shares church planting strategies and best practices of women who have planted successfully.
Running on Full – Holiness in Rest, Play and Rhythm as Women – Deb Walkemeyer
Most women leaders are exhausted and calling it holiness. Jesus’ brand of holiness is different. It asks – Are you having fun yet? Is ministry improving your life and relationships? Can you maintain your current pace for three more decades? Do “hurried” and “busy” describe your typical week? Are your rhythms effective, restorative and joyful? Do you play well? Holiness calls us to the “light burden” and “easy yoke” of ministry done in the power and the pacing of the Holy Spirit. This workshop teaches key personal and ministry habits related to holiness in rest, play and rhythm. Learn how to “work from rest” instead of having to “rest from work.” Discover how to play in ways that re-create you. Develop delightful and empowering new rhythms.
Discipling Women – Ariyana Rimson
In this training video, Ariyana Rimson talks about what is distinct about discipling women. Download Video
We: The Art and Heart of Women in Leadership – Linda DeYmaz
Linda DeYmaz in this workshop talks about the overall heart of being a women in leadership. As you listen, you’ll be deeply encouraged in your faith while having your courage strengthened as Linda acknowledges your personal sacrifice in ministry. She also discusses 3 practical tools to help you achieve your goals.
Leveraging Your Leadership Influence – Zarat Boyd
In this workshop, Zarat Boyd encourages women leaders at all levels to leverage their influence for optimal impact. Her goal as you listen is to ignite and cultivate leaders and leadership teams’ desire for significance.
Essential Skills for Women Leading in the Local Church – Jenni Catron, Kadi Cole
Jenni and Kadi unpack essential aspects of growing more influential: your heart for relational leadership, your soul for spiritual leadership, your mind for managerial leadership, and your strength for visionary leadership. Leadership isn’t easy, but it is possible to move from ordinary to extraordinary.
Leading Side by Side: Men and Women Leading Together with Integrity – Jenni Catron, Jon Ferguson, Janet McMahon
The stories and headlines suggest we should retreat from one another rather than lead together. But when we avoid one another we miss the beauty of working collaboratively as brothers and sisters. Together we reflect the image of God and we bring healthier leadership to our churches when we work together. Through stories and personal testimony, you hear from men and women how they have navigated healthy relationships leading side by side.
Leading Together – Daniel and Autumn Katz
Daniel and Autumn Katz have been in full-time ministry together for over 15 years while serving in various ministry contexts and capacities. Recently, they planted Anthem Church in Long Beach, California, where they pastor together. At times, things can get tricky as they define their roles and responsibilities and as they seek to cultivate their God given gifts that have been given to both of them respectively. Listen to this session for some practical advice on how to lead together effectively.
How to Maximize the Female Leadership in Your Church Without Compromising Your Theology – Kadi Cole
Women make up 61% of our congregations, yet less than 10% of our leadership roles (volunteer and staff). This is leaving thousands of quality leaders on the bench. Based on her comprehensive research and new book, Developing Female Leaders, Kadi presents practical ways you can begin to access the dormant leadership potential of the women in your ministry, regardless of your theological perspective.