Leadership Diversity shares two stories about how daughters have been encouraged by their mothers in life changing ways.
I joined others to witness God's faithfulness through a series of events at a recent Witness for Women gathering in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was an informative, engaging, and worshipful experience!
What could be done to improve our support for women and ethnic minority leaders when they are seeking a pastoral or ministerial call?
What are some factors that help men and women in ministry flourish together in their leadership roles? We'd love to help your ministry explore this question (and more!) to create a more hospitable environment.
I would like your input about ways you, churches, and/or classes support women leaders and ordained women to share with Calvin Seminary students.
We've launched a website and created a brochure to make information easy to access! In addition, we are looking for women in leadership in the CRC to join a network of other women. Are you interested?
Our church and world need examples of women flourishing in ministry, joyfully and effectively fulfilling their callings in advancing the kingdom.
We offer to you this video and a booklet highlighting women in ministry to share and celebrate the history of women in our denomination.
You are invited to the annual gathering of the Black and Reformed Leadership Network to be held on September 26-29, 2018 in Grand Rapids, MI.
The Second Women in Leadership Annual Gathering at Synod is less than a week away! There are so many reasons you should come. One is, "We are encouraged so much when we come together as sisters in Christ!"
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. It's good to hear from you. Blessings,
Deniseposted on: Witness for Women Gathering in Edmonton, AB
Thank you for your patience. I was on vacation when I saw your posts. I hope the following is helpful.
The Women’s Ministry exists to support all women in the CRC, both non-ordained and...
Thank you for sharing this wonderful testimony of God's work through Johanna Veenstra, Mr. & Mrs. Ezepue and many others! The CRCNA Leadership Diversity ministry celebrates with you!posted on: The Future of Nigeria’s Women in Ministry
Thank you for your comment! I agree totally with your comment! I especially like "Because God has equipped people with different skills and opportunities, leadership can be...
Worshipful, Empowering, Convictingposted on: Inspire 2019 in Three Words
Does your church currently have a family leave policy in place? We would like to add to this post by including a couple examples from U.S. and Canadian churches. We are also looking for stories ...
Larry, I'm piloting a network of learning clusters for women in ministry and I would like to know what has been your experience with clusters. I recently saw Randy's email and have some experience...posted on: Forming a Cluster
Linda, I want you to know how much I appreciate your thoughts about the Canadian national gatherings. Although I didn't attend, I can imagine the excitement of having 120 "family" members from...
Thank you for this helpful summary of the CRC in Canada's justice and reconciliation journey with indigenous people.
Thank you for your personal and beautiful expression of that evening on the grounds of Calvin College. You captured the event well!posted on: The Circle is Being Completed