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Gifted to Lead

The Art of Leading as a Woman in the Church
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Length: 4 hrs and 31 mins
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With warmth, humor, and wisdom, a ministry leader and teaching pastor shares the challenges and joys of her 30-year journey. Nancy Beach encourages women with God-given leadership and teaching gifts that they are not alone, their gifts are not a mistake, and God has exceedingly important work for them to do.
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Brilliant

Excellent, encouraging and wise. This book serves to encourage women who have experienced rejection of their leadership gifts in church. Though some church denominations do allow women into leadership roles many still do not which makes this book absolutely relevant in the 21st century. Please Read it or listen to it whichever way you fall on this issue. It will encourage you and I hope, melt your heart. If your heart has been wounded by rejection, it may help in the healing process.

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  • 19-11-15

She puts her finger on some of the big challenges of our time.

Nancy provides a biblically based, life changing and down-to-earth book for leaders. Both men and women should read this, discuss it and be challenged to raise leaders that will never know of this issue as a issue, but only as a part of the past. It's funny, challenging and so good.