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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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 39: Why We Need to Get Honest About Sin and Embrace Accountability in Leadership with Beth Nyhart
How can we deal with unchecked sin in the church? And how do we ensure that we have safe people to confess to and receive accountability from? What happens when leaders do not create this structure in their lives? Subscribe to the podcast here This post contains...
How does a social worker with no formal business training end up owning and running a business that supports her family? And what are some of the challenges and the lessons learned along this journey? This post contains affiliate links, which means if you choose to...
Have you ever wondered how to remain grateful even when experiencing unexpected losses or hardships in your life? Would you like to learn how to lead more effectively, including how to grow and manage a large team? Subscribe to the podcast here This post contains...
We hear so much about achieving balance in our life as women and leaders yet is this what we should really be after? What would it look like if we could ditch balance and pursue surrender instead? Is it possible that surrender might replace our overwhelm with peace?...
Have you ever been hurt through your time in ministry? Do you wonder how to weave faith into the day-to-day operations of your business? What role does obedience play when you’re processing hard times while growing your business? Subscribe to the podcast here This...
What exactly is balance, and is it possible for us to achieve as women leaders? How do we practically manage all the roles and responsibilities we carry in our lives? And how can we do so without becoming completely stressed and overwhelmed? Subscribe to the podcast...
Goal setting, planning, and creating habits are not just a once-a-year activity. While we tend to focus on it at the start of a new year, it’s important to continue the process throughout the year. In this episode, I share practical tools and tips that you can use to...
You’re a leader who wants to see people work together toward common goals yet there’s something holding you back. That “something” may be fear. Maybe you’re afraid you’re not qualified to step into your next role. Maybe you’re worried there’s not enough time to get...
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