At a Glance
Explore four essential components of being a Christian woman in leadership: call, character, craft and competencies.
- Call: Understand and value what motivates a woman to lead.
- Character: Define and develop Christ-like character and integrity of heart—in private and public arenas.
- Craft/Art of Leadership: Identify and embrace the value of your unique style of leadership
- Competency: Expand your skill set for being a change agent
Gain insights from biblical, historical and contemporary examples of women in leadership.
Organized in a multiple lesson format, the course provides video lectures, lesson notes and quizzing modules.
- Lesson 1 - Esther and Deborah
- Lesson 2 - Defining Leadership
- Lesson 3 - Elements of Leadership
- Lesson 4 - Traits of a Call and Levels of Leadership
- Lesson 5 - Vision
- Lesson 6 - Life Cycle of a Vision
- Lesson 7 - A Leader's Heart - Part 1
- Lesson 8 - A Leader's Heart - Part 2
- Lesson 9 - The Dark Side of Leadership
- Lesson 10 - Life Cycle of a Leader - Part 1
- Lesson 11 - Life Cycle of a Leader - Part 2
- Lesson 12 - Leadership as Art
- Lesson 13 - Leader as Change Agent - Part 1
- Lesson 14 - Leader as Change Agent - Part 2
What do I need to take this course?
You will need an Internet connection and a Bible.
Who is this course for?
This course is for those who would to better understand what the Bible teaches in regard to ministry for women within the church.
Dr. Bev Hislop
Dr. Hislop is Professor of Pastoral Care and the founder and former director of the Western Seminary Women’s Center for Ministry. She is an M.S.M. graduate of Multnomah Biblical Seminary and earned the Doctor of Ministry at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Dr. Hislop is also the author of “Shepherding Women in Pain” and “Shepherding a Woman’s Heart” from Moody Publishing.