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Dr. Elizabeth Rios
Dr. Liz is a pastor, teacher, and nonprofit consultant. As founder of the Center for Emerging Female Leadership, she empowers, encourages, and educates women who impact home, church, and society. Dr. Liz is a Contributing Editor for PRISM Magazine, and Consulting Editor for Outreach Magazine. She currently serves as Executive Pastor and Overseer of the Women’s Ministry at Save the Nations Church in Davie, Florida.
Cheryl Rogers is a former newspaper reporter, copy editor, and photographer. Now a freelancer who lives in Tampa, Florida, Cheryl specializes in writing Christian columns, devotionals, and travel articles. In addition, she has worked for the Tampa Tribune, Pensacola News Journal, Houma Daily Courier, and Eunice News.
In the last twenty-five years, attitudes about women clergy in most denominations have changed significantly for the better. However, to thrive in the vibrant matrix of church leadership today, advanced competencies are most definitely required.Here are five distinct essentials that set apart the impactful 21st century woman in ministry. You can find (and make better use of) your voice!
The term “missional mom” is used to describe women who embrace their unique callings as mothers and wives –– while simultaneously striving to advance God’s Kingdom with their gifts. Learn how to become more “missional,” and be inspired by women who are doing it every day. You can change your family (and the world!) for Christ.
There has been much discussion about the New Age Movement (NAM); yet it continues to confuse many and remains difficult to define. In this compelling article, Pastor Robin Harfouche shares her personal experience with the movement, warns of its spiritual dangers, and teaches Christians how to evangelize in a more effective way.