Date: Thursday, April 19, 2018
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Chris Adams, author, speaker and women’s ministry consultant, retired in 2017 after serving over 22 years as Senior Lead Women’s Ministry Specialist at LifeWay Christian Resources, Nashville, Tennessee. She helped pioneer women’s ministry as we know it today and has compiled three women’s leadership books: Women Reaching Women: Beginning and Building a Growing Women’s Ministry, Transformed Lives: Taking Women’s Ministry to the Next Level, and Women Reaching Women in Crisis.
Chris is an adjunct professor at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary’swhere she received her undergraduate degree in Christian Ministry from the seminary’s Leavell College.
Prior to her employment at LifeWay she was the special ministries coordinator at Green Acres Baptist Church in Tyler, Texas overseeing women’s ministry and missions education.
She is a wife, mother of twin daughters, and grandmother of 7, plus 7 bonus grands and a 7 pound Yorkie, Mo. Chris loves reading, good coffee, and
Generations: Women in Christian Leadership
God is calling women of all ages to Christian leadership. Though from differing generations, we can learn much from one another. How do we build the body of Christ through each generation’s unique leadership gifts? In this interactive session, hear unique traits of the different generations and discover practical ways to learn from and invest in one another.
- Appreciate the cultural and behavioral differences determining each generation's approach to leadership
- Intentionally work to connect all generations of women in leadership
- Proactively implement strategies to learn from those in a generation ahead of you, and mentor those in a generation behind you
Field of Study: Personnel/Human Resources, Intermediate (builds on a basic program, most appropriate for persons in a mid-level position with operational and/or supervisory responsibilities), Prerequisite: 3+ years leadership experience or CCNL enrollment, Group Live. Session is worth 6 credits
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