Women Leading Women

by Jaye Martin and Terri Stovall     |     Book Summary


Author: Jaye Martin and Terri Stovall
Publisher: B&H Academic
Date: 2008
Pages: 242

Book Summary of Women Leading Women by Jaye Martin and Terri Stovall


Women’s ministry can almost seem like an unimportant and peripheral part of the local church. In some churches, women feel they can do nothing at all because they can’t be pastors or preachers. In other churches, women go far beyond what Scripture teaches that they are allowed to do.

Ultimately, the roles God allows women to have are found in Scripture. All women are part of the Great Commission. They are part of the local church, and they should use their gifts to serve well. As women share the gospel and make disciples, they can be effective in reaching women today and in the next generation.





Women Leading Women

by Jaye Martin and Terri Stovall

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Women Leading Women by Jaye Martin and Terri Stovall

AuthorJaye Martin and Terri Stovall
PublisherB&H Academic
Date2008
Pages242


Overview:

Women’s ministry can almost seem like an unimportant and peripheral part of the local church. In some churches, women feel they can do nothing at all because they can’t be pastors or preachers. In other churches, women go far beyond what Scripture teaches that they are allowed to do.

Ultimately, the roles God allows women to have are found in Scripture. All women are part of the Great Commission. They are part of the local church, and they should use their gifts to serve well. As women share the gospel and make disciples, they can be effective in reaching women today and in the next generation.