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Loneliness in Women Leaders
Refresh your soul with this 7-day devotional pack.
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Overview

Few things are a lonely as leadership. Therefore, we've created this download to encourage you to conquer that loneliness. You may read these devotionals daily for a week, or read one a week for seven weeks. Our hope is that this will be a tool to help revitalize your soul as you labor for God's kingdom.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Introduction 
Staving Off Loneliness

Leader's Guide 
How to use "Loneliness in Women Leaders" for a group study.

Bears Are My Favorite Fear; Loneliness Is Scarier 
When loneliness surfaces in my mind from behind other fears, it's more threatening than I realize.

Why One Isn't the Loneliest Number 
Loneliness is far more devastating than being alone.

Isolation Nation 
Research confirms the benefits of friendship. So why are so many women lonely?

Extending Family 
We all need relationships that are outside our immediate family.

The Sting of Rejection 
If we want to form lasting relationships, we have to get over the fear of rejection.

Leader: MIA 
In order to be effective leaders, we must be present and honest about our lives.

The Cure for Loneliness 
Where can you find friendship and acceptance?


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Topics:Community, Fellowship, Relationships, Spiritual Friendship
Filters:Woman leader, Women's ministry
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Mins. Willie & Jewell Moore

June 16, 2014  11:28am

There is still an underlined "male chauvinist" spirit in the heart of many male leaders that they are not readily aware of.

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Anonymous

April 01, 2014  11:45pm

Its very hard for women in ministry

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