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Lifeway Women equips women for leadership grounded in God’s faithfulness

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn (BP) – What does God’s faithfulness have to do with your leadership? At Lifeway Women’s Leadership Forum, women studied God’s faithfulness and examined how it transforms their leadership in ministry, the workplace and their homes.

Churchgoers, leaders find value in ministry to women

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (BP) – Ministry leaders and women churchgoers believe ministry to women is working in their congregations, but both feel there’s room for improvement.

Resolution honors women’s key role in fulfilling the Great Commission

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Scripture records women’s work in the Old and New Testaments, detailing the work of midwives, prophetesses, warriors, a judge, teachers, mothers and others.

Women’s conference addresses gender confusion, idolatrous culture

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Women’s ministry leader Katie McCoy tells the story of Heather, who began addressing her same-sex attraction after accepting Jesus in college.

NOBTS’ sold-out Abide conference inspires women to live ‘missionally’

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – The voices of 1,200 women from 15 states and 250 churches – a sold-out crowd – filled the chapel at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary as they gathered to praise, learn and fellowship at the Abide Women’s Conference, Feb. 3-4.

Lifeway Women conference invites women to move forward as leaders

NASHVILLE (BP) – The call to leadership can be a challenge. And for many, the last two years have been marked by grief, loneliness and fear. At Lifeway Women’s Leadership Forum, women explored how to move forward with joy, hope, prayer, humility, unity, thanksgiving and contentment.

Lifeway Women Symposium provides theological training for women, launches Lifeway Women Academy

WAKE FOREST, N.C. – More than 500 women gathered for the Lifeway Women Symposium at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest because they wanted to know God more deeply through His Word.

Chicagoland ‘Glory’ event highlights God’s unchanging nature

MATTESON, Ill. (BP) – “I need some exciting music.” Jackie Hill Perry paused on stage to ask the keyboardist playing softly behind her for a new tune to accompany her message on David and Goliath.

FIRST-PERSON: Why it’s vital to invest in the women of your church

NASHVILLE (BP) – Most pastors recognize the need to develop and train leaders and volunteers in their churches. In fact, more pastors identify this as a ministry difficulty they face than any other difficulty in ministry.