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mockup_standing_BookPage Do you struggle to find joy in your ministry role? Do you find yourself discouraged and wonder how you got here? Are you trying to pour into others while running on empty? Whether you are partnering with your husband in his calling or serving in your own leadership role, being a woman in ministry is a huge blessing. But it is also filled with challenges that can threaten to steal the joy found serving in ministry.

We get a front-row seat watching God completely transform people’s lives, and then can be so wounded when those same people turn to us and hurl words of criticism. We are surrounded by people, yet locked away in loneliness and isolation. While serving as mentors, counselors, advisors, and even cheerleaders, we attempt to find balance in our schedules and lives. We share the burdens of others while battling discouragement on our own. Lori Wilhite and Brandi Wilson know first-hand the highs and lows, the incredible joys and painful sorrows of leadership.

In LEADING AND LOVING IT, Lori Wilhite and Brandi Wilson offer a gut-honest look into their lives in ministry and dive into Biblical insight dealing with leadership challenges. You will get tools to help regain or maintain the joy that God holds out as you follow Him in this calling on your life. You will rest in the knowledge that God, knowing your weaknesses and shortcomings, has called you to this work and this role. You will realize that you don’t have to face life and leadership alone. You will grow to lead, and love it.

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Leading and Loving It Web Conference:

The Importance of Influence: Grabbing hold of the influence that God has given us. Embracing it. Resting in it.

Joy Stealers: Tackling the leadership challenges that threaten to steal the joy found in the calling God has on our lives.

Navigating Relationships: Learning to better navigate the oftentimes choppy waters of relationships and leadership.