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Let Her Lead: Creating a Better Future for Women in the Church

Religion


by
Brady Boyd

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Format: EPUB

File size: 1.1 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Let her be her. And let her be heard. For Pastor Brady Boyd, these are the two main wishes for his young daughter and the world she’ll encounter as a woman. In Let Her Lead, Boyd calls on the church and the wider world to let women be who they are and speak their voice with confidence and conviction.

The question of women in leadership remains touchy for many people, especially church people. In this brief and engaging book, Boyd defuses the tension by offering a fresh, practical, and biblical perspective and revealing the leadership roles women play at New Life Church in Colorado Springs. Through it all, Boyd imagines a bright future that could be awaiting his daughter and what she may be invited to do. And he shows all of us-men and women alike-the roles we can play to create that better reality.

“I am so gratified to know my friend, Brady Boyd, is standing with those in the larger church community who see women in ministry leadership as timelessly intended by God and thus wholly consistent with the Holy Scriptures-both Old and New Testament. I urge leaders and other workers in today’s church to read, be nourished, and join in seeing the whole Body of Christ activated for ministry.”

-Jack W. Hayford,

Chancellor, The King’s University-Dallas/Los Angeles

“In this landmark book, Brady Boyd expresses what Dr. Paul Yonggi Cho learned many years ago when 47,000 of his 50,000 cell leaders were women. His elders refused to help him when his health had broken, but his women (who excel at nurturing) rose up and built the largest church in the history of the world. Let’s release this mighty multitude: ‘The Lord gives the Word; the women who announce the news are a great host!’ (Ps. 68: 11, ESV).”

-Larry Stockstill, Pastor, Bethany Church

Let her be her. And let her be heard. For Pastor Brady Boyd, these are the two main wishes for his young daughter and the world she’ll encounter as a woman. In Let Her Lead, Boyd calls on the church and the wider world to let women be who they are and speak their voice with confidence and conviction.

The question of women in leadership remains touchy for many people, especially church people. In this brief and engaging book, Boyd defuses the tension by offering a… (more)

Let her be her. And let her be heard. For Pastor Brady Boyd, these are the two main wishes for his young daughter and the world she’ll encounter as a woman. In Let Her Lead, Boyd calls on the church and the wider world to let women be who they are and speak their voice with confidence and conviction.

The question of women in leadership remains touchy for many people, especially church people. In this brief and engaging book, Boyd defuses the tension by offering a fresh, practical, and biblical perspective and revealing the leadership roles women play at New Life Church in Colorado Springs. Through it all, Boyd imagines a bright future that could be awaiting his daughter and what she may be invited to do. And he shows all of us-men and women alike-the roles we can play to create that better reality.

“I am so gratified to know my friend, Brady Boyd, is standing with those in the larger church community who see women in ministry leadership as timelessly intended by God and thus wholly consistent with the Holy Scriptures-both Old and New Testament. I urge leaders and other workers in today’s church to read, be nourished, and join in seeing the whole Body of Christ activated for ministry.”

-Jack W. Hayford,

Chancellor, The King’s University-Dallas/Los Angeles

“In this landmark book, Brady Boyd expresses what Dr. Paul Yonggi Cho learned many years ago when 47,000 of his 50,000 cell leaders were women. His elders refused to help him when his health had broken, but his women (who excel at nurturing) rose up and built the largest church in the history of the world. Let’s release this mighty multitude: ‘The Lord gives the Word; the women who announce the news are a great host!’ (Ps. 68: 11, ESV).”

-Larry Stockstill, Pastor, Bethany Church

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