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Women Leaders at Home
Help for women leaders to deal with the unique challenges they face in their home lives
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Women today have more choices than ever before, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that women are more fulfilled. The greater freedom comes with added pressures and stress, even confusion. Many of us still struggle with the way we see ourselves, often second-guessing our decision to pursue a career or to dedicate ourselves solely to caring for home and family. This six-part Bible study includes practical and challenging insights, Bible verses, and application questions to help you explore the tension between career and home.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Who Am I?
Pull off your labels and become the woman God designed you to be.

Getting Real
How to be a genuine leader

Balancing Act
Resolving the tension between ministry and family life

Christian Marriages: Ideal vs. Real
What God really expects from Christian marriages.

Mom, the Minister
Women in leadership delight God by using their gifts at work and at home.

The Family as a Refuge
Make your home a safe place where trust is built and hope is restored.

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Topics:Authenticity, Character, Discipleship, Family, Marriage
Filters:Hospitality, Pastor, Woman leader, Women's ministry
References:Exodus 18:13-26, Matthew 11:27-30, Proverbs 31:10-31
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