All women’s ministry team leaders and team members are welcome to join us on this journey. You may even want to encourage your entire team to work through it together.
My plan, Lord-willing, is to finish the book before Easter.
Afterward, we’ll select another leadership book to read through with the expected pacing of about one book every two months or so.
You’re welcome to participate as much or as little as you like – though the greater the participation, the more fun and fruitful our conversations will be!
Whether you’re able to join the book club or not, I thought I’d share the must-read leadership books that I’ve reviewed on the Women’s Ministry Toolbox site. Perhaps God will highlight a book that would benefit your women’s ministry team.
Must-Read Leadership Books for Women's Ministry Leaders
Become a better leader this year. Books for you and your team to read.
Is your women's ministry (or church) as welcoming as you think it is? This short book may cause you to readjust your assumptions.
As author Thom S. Rainer succinctly states, “Many church leaders and members think their churches are healthier than they really are. Many leaders and members think their churches have better ministries than they really do. And many leaders think their churches are friendlier than they really are.”
Mentoring for all Seasons is an excellent resource book on mentoring that you’re going to want to purchase for your team.
Unlike other books on mentoring, this book offers scriptural and practical advice for mentors and mentees walking through difficult seasons in life including step-parenting, abuse, single mothering, infertility, menopause, grand-parenting, tragedy, care-giving, and health issues. Your mentors will want to keep this resource handy!