Posts Tagged Sue Edwards

The Challenge of Leading a Women’s Ministry

The Challenge of Leading a Women's Ministry

I was recently asked, “What is the hardest part of leading a Women’s Ministry?” It didn’t take me long to answer: “Finding a common ground that women from all ages and stages of life would want to be part of.” My church is a multi-generational church, which is a strength. We have as many as five generations in our church. But trying to please every generation is challenging at times. Each segment has different views

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Living in Uncertain Times

Living in Uncertain Times

It’s gotten to where we never know what breaking news is going to come across the radio or TV on a given day. A few weeks ago, we watched the unfolding situation with the shootings in San Bernardino, California. It’s not unusual to hear of a shooting at a mall or theater or school. Terrorism is a daily threat, not just in other countries, but right here at home. The week of Christmas, Denton Bible

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Would You Disciple Me?

I recently read the book Organic Mentoring by Sue Edwards and Barbara Neumann. (I highly recommend this book.) The premise of Organic Mentoring is that previous methods of discipleship may not be as effective for the younger generations today. Randomly pairing up a disciple and discipler isn’t necessarily the best method, and the younger generations tend to prefer less structure and more of a natural and organic approach. As our women’s Bible study read and discussed this book

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