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Women's Ministry and Loneliness

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Women's ministry leaders aren't immune to loneliness. Discover practical suggestions for coping with it.

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Guests: Cyndee Ownbey, author of Rethinking Women’s Ministry: Biblical, Practical Tools for Cultivating a Flourishing Community. Cyndee serves as a mentor to thousands of women’s ministry leaders through her website and Facebook community, Women’s Ministry Toolbox.

Introduction: Women’s ministry leaders aren’t immune to loneliness. Find ways to cope with and combat this loneliness.

Summary:

  • Build a team—meet regularly with them and build relationships with one another.
  • Be vulnerable with them.
  • Connect with local women’s ministry leaders—pool your efforts and divide up the work.
    • Even if your denominations are different, find your commonalities and work around your differences.
    • Keep the focus on what’s similar and give grace in differences that don’t affect doctrine.
  • Attend women’s ministry conferences with your team or by yourself.
    • Step outside your comfort zone—widen your circle!
    • Check with your denomination for conference options and training options.
    • “Big name” conferences: Revive Our Hearts, The Gospel Coalition, Lifeway Women’s Forum
  • Reach out to others—it’s powerful to connect with other leaders.
  • Pray!

 

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