Are you a Christian woman leading in ministry or business?
If you are multi-passionate and always leading in multiple ways, this show is for you.
We hope to inspire you to embrace your God-given gifts, skills, and passions in order to lead with confidence!
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You can find The Christian Woman Leadership Podcast on all the major podcast apps, as well as here on my website. Go ahead and subscribe on your favorite podcast player using the links below. And don’t forget to leave a rating and review after you’ve listened.
Meet Your Hosts
The Christian Woman Leadership Podcast is hosted by me, Esther Littlefield, a pastor’s wife and entrepreneur. I’m joined by my co-host, Holly Cain, a women’s ministry leader, writer, and speaker.
We discuss issues related to leading as a Christian woman, and we also interview other women who share their leadership journeys.
Through this podcast, we offer encouragement, tools, and resources to help you live out your unique calling as a leader and lead with confidence.
Episode 83: When God Shifts Your Path Into the Unknown with Tembi Secrist – A Leader’s Journey Around the World Part 1
Tembi Secrist always thought she would be a missionary in an impoverished country. But instead, God took her into a career in government where she continued to advance into leadership roles... until one day when everything shifted, and she sensed God calling her to...
Sometimes the smallest shift can make a world of difference. And as a leader, there are times when you need to make a shift in your life or leadership so that you can become more effective and fulfill your purpose. Subscribe to the podcast here This post contains...
Episode 81: Dealing with Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, and Mental Health as a Christian Leader with Laura Howe
How does mental health relate to Christian leadership? How can we recognize the signs of burnout or compassion fatigue, and what can we do to avoid these issues? Subscribe to the podcast here This post contains affiliate links, which means if you choose to make a...
Episode 80: How to Avoid the Trap of Niceness and Speak Boldly with Sharon Hodde Miller [Communication Series]
Being the nice Christian girl has benefits, and it can actually lead to positive outcomes many times. But what if being nice is the wrong goal for us as Christians? Subscribe to the podcast here This post contains affiliate links, which means if you choose to make a...
As this year and this decade comes to a close, Holly and I are sharing our reflections on 2019… lessons learned, what worked, what didn’t work, and looking forward into the new year as well. We hope this honest and transparent discussion will inspire you to do the...
Episode 78: The Power of Empathy and Curiosity in Communication with Kathleen Peters [Communication Series]
In an age where we often label and stigmatize, how can we communicate with empathy? What are the benefits of listening to people who don’t think, feel, and believe as you do? And how can curiosity help you when you disagree with someone? [button...
Episode 77: How to Use Social Media to Effectively Communicate as a Christian Leader [Communication Series]
Social media is one of the most popular ways we communicate in our society today. We use it to communicate with friends and family. Churches use it to share what’s going on. Businesses use it to talk about their products and services. But how should we, as Christian...
You’ve heard it said that leaders need to be able to have hard conversations. But maybe you’ve wondered ‘why’? Why is this an essential skill for a leader to develop? Get the...
Episode 75: Saying Hard Things, Asking Tough Questions, & Showing Hospitality with Angela Sackett [Communication Series]
Saying hard things is an essential part of leadership, but we don’t always do so with grace. How can we learn to season what we say in person and online? And how can we develop an attitude of hospitality and welcoming into our everyday lives? Subscribe to the podcast...
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