- — Carolyn Moore (@CarolynCMoore)Thu, Jul 31 2014 12:15:09
- — Vicky Beeching (@vickybeeching)Thu, Jul 31 2014 09:16:24@krishk Best advice? Be yourself. Be honest. Believe the genuine you, flaws & all, can be used by God in ways that emulating others cannot.
- — Lisa Moss Degrenia (@revlisad)Thu, Jul 31 2014 12:10:39
- — Rachel Riddall (@rachel_riddall)Thu, Jul 31 2014 10:58:22@krishk Lead! Welcome feedback. Surround yourself with good men and women. Avoid comparison. Serve humbly, love Jesus more than your role.
- — Heather Pocock (@heather_pocock)Thu, Jul 31 2014 13:46:36@krishk Be released from others expectations of you - all you can do is all you can do, and all you can do is enough.
- — Gail Adcock (@nonblondie37)Thu, Jul 31 2014 10:04:36@krishk Find your voice as a leader; that which God has created uniquely in you. And simply be who God has called you to be. Oh & just lead!
- — Serena (@serenastweeting)Thu, Jul 31 2014 09:25:28@krishk return to his grace every day (and don't believe all you hear about cons. evans. because they may be being misrepresented) :)
- — Gender Bridges (@GenderBridges)Thu, Jul 31 2014 09:02:53@krishk Know that it's okay to speak out against sexist comments. You don't have to tolerate it, especially not from other leaders.
- — Aubrey Miller (@AubreyLynMiller)Thu, Jul 31 2014 02:09:31
- — Amy Hanson (@amycontemplates)Wed, Jul 30 2014 23:45:42
- — Jill Bauhs Jensen (@JillJensen)Thu, Jul 31 2014 00:01:30
- — Miranda Zapor Cruz (@ProfMZC)Thu, Jul 31 2014 00:06:24
Advice for women called to leadership
really inspiring tweets for women in church leadership