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Training Women's Ministry Leaders

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A discussion on the need for and the how-to of women’s ministry training.

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Guest: 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: A discussion on the need for and the how-to of women’s ministry training

Show Notes:

  • Years ago, resources for women’s ministry were scarce!
  • Keep notes as you go, so you can refer back to what worked and what didn’t
  • What kinds of resources would make it easier to learn?
    • Website with biblically sourced materials
    • Conferences
    • Coaching
    • A how-to manual
  • CTA’s digital resource: Digital Training Manual - Women’s Ministry Leadership
    • For new, existing, or veteran leaders
    • 2 devotionals
    • How-to principles
      • Building a team
      • Communicating
      • Running meetings
      • Event and calendar planning
      • Publicity
      • Budget
      • Fillable forms
      • Post-Event Evaluation form
      • Additional printable resources
    • All to help women lead or launch well
  • Take the time to team-build and train
    • Read a leadership book together
    • Attend a women’s ministry leadership conference together
    • Spend time in God’s Word together—Bible study, godly leadership characteristics, etc.
  • Quarterly Digital Training Companions—3-part/devotional format to use at your meetings, 15 minutes each, interactive and scriptural
    • Available now from CTA: Christlike Commitment
      • Biblical principal
      • Personal application
      • Team application
    • Additional quarterly companions will be released in the future
  • Why do it? Why challenge them to become better leaders?
    • Benefits everyone—growing in unity and community
    • Know each other’s quirks and gifts
    • Grow in holiness
    • Obvious to others if your team works well together or not
    • Easy for new leaders to jump in, transitions



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