Coaching and Mentoring – Investing in Yourself

Thirty years ago, coaching was largely used to support the transition needed with talented yet cantankerous executives. Now it is a…

Lids are for Lifting

There’s been an interesting side effect to society’s changing perspective regarding women and leadership; many women are finding the need…

Lessons of a Rookie Leader

When I first got saved I used to look at leaders as if they were God Himself. I thought they were super-spiritual people who floated…

Our identity in Christ and in the Church

Our identity in Christ should have a direct influence on our relationships within the society, or community, of believers – the church. In…

Clearing the road for others to follow

Kyria has an awesome mandate to encourage, equip and release women to take up the roles of leadership they are called to. This is a…

Finding your pace

Do you remember what it was like to walk alongside your Dad when you were only a child? I remember being close to a run to try and keep…

Do it for the next generation

In the end, one of the things that made me decide that rocking the boat was my only option was the knowledge that if I stayed and kept my…

Mentoring: Give What You Have

Don’t ever let anyone tell you that ministry isn’t lonely. All of us who have any word that means “leader” in our role description know…

He fights for you

A different kind of guest post today. This is from Erika Croxford - songstress, pastor, poet. I'm sure we can all identify with what she…

Looking after your own vineyard

We all want to lead well and so we may have taken on more than is needed. I had to learn to 'grow my No to bless my Yes'.

Who was Kyria Anyway?

We don’t know her real name, but this Kyria was obviously a woman of great influence for John to take the time to write encouraging her in…

The mama bear leader

As God would have it, I have had some lessons to learn about ‘myself the person’, which subsequently meant I had some lessons to learn…

The power of transparency in leadership

Christian leadership is one of the most vulnerable roles on earth, yet ironically, to lead effectively requires vulnerability.…

What are you prepared to die for?

I realised that while fighting for gender equality is my passion, I am not sure I am prepared to die for this cause. Following on from this…

The theology of biblical equality

An argument often brought up in discussions about women in church leadership is that Jesus’ twelve apostles were all male, and, because…

Deborah – The Bonfire of the Paradigms

There is a key character in this book without whose story the picture is far from complete: Deborah, a woman in a world of men. Deborah may…