By Susie Hawkins “To ignore the contribution of Southern Baptist women would be to read history with one eye shut.”—Dr. Leon McBeth, Baptist History and Heritage, January 1977 As we continue this series on influential Southern Baptist Women, we will see that some were missionaries, some agents of spiritual awakening, some workers within the local … Continue reading Women in SBC History: A Look at Annie Armstrong’s Impact
Leaders get hyper-focused on projects instead of people.
Lottie Moon's testimony and story have been—and continue to be—used in the call of countless servants to international missions.
By Kelly King There are some basic skills every leader should possess or strive for in their leadership journey. But if you don't want to be a leader worth following, here are 10 things to do: 1. Never read leadership books. Why get new ideas or be challenged to think differently? Plus, if you never read, … Continue reading 10 Ways to Sabotage Your Leadership
How do we allow the Lord’s purposes to shape our direction?
The contribution of women is vital to the flourishing of the Church. Our voices and gifts matter, and we must to learn to leverage them according to God’s purpose and design. This means learning to love the Lord with all our hearts, our souls, and our minds.