Creating Pathways (and Reducing Barriers) for Women in Organizational Leadership A report from the Mission Nexus 24 event December 4-5, 2017 in Post Falls, ID Facilitated by Wendy Wilson, Leanne Dzubinski, and Rob Dixon Summary of Event This peer-learning event focused on recognizing and reducing unintended barriers to leadership (and even full partnership) for women in . . . read more
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Answering a Donor’s Toughest Question -
Show Your Impact to Raise More MoneyThu Mar 1 2018, 02:00 pm EST - 03:15 pm EST
- Women's Development Week for ALL WomenSat Mar 3 2018 - Sat Mar 10 2018
- Webinar: The Crucible of the First Term: Understanding and Helping So It is not the LastThu Mar 8 2018, 02:00 pm EST - 03:15 pm EST
- Webinar: Partnering with Oral LearnersThu Mar 15 2018, 02:00 pm EDT - 03:15 pm EDT
Understanding the truth about godless cultures is the first step in reaching into the darkness of oppression with the light and freedom of Christ.
Women in Leadership by Jennifer Holloran At the 2016 Annual Conference in 2016, Missio Nexus honored Wycliffe Bible Translators with the Excellerate Award for Women in Leadership. When I heard about the award, I was thrilled, but not surprised. My experience with Wycliffe over the past 15 years has included consistent affirmation and encouragement as . . . read more
Creating Pathways (and Reducing Barriers) for Women In Organizational Leadership December 4-5, 2017 Description As many entities desire to involve more women in their leadership structures (field or executive roles), what might be unintended barriers and unrecognized opportunities in this direction? Why do these gifted women seem so hard to find? And when we . . . read more
National Findings Released Missio Nexus is excited to share with you a recently released report focused on women in leadership. Janel Curry and Amy Reynolds write: “The national conversation on women in leadership has been reignited lately. We think it’s due, in part, to the important and varied research that’s taken place across a variety of sectors . . . read more
As Mission Leaders you have lots of ongoing work on your plate, as well as challenges and limitations. You are not alone! In this leadership series Sherri Dodd, founder and executive director of Advance Global Coaching provides an interactive learning forum with special guests of other mission leaders and mission coaches to help you breathe . . . read more
The idea that one person’s “sexual liberty” trumps another’s religious freedom is prevalent. Focus groups are working diligently to challenge long-held Biblical standards about gender and sexuality. Many faith-based organizations are examining how they can protect themselves from potential problems due to some recent Supreme Court decisions. Short-term ministries are not exempt from this issue. . . . read more
This presentation shares the findings from a national study on women in leadership within evangelical nonprofits. This study, focused on identifying best practices, involved more than 1400 organizations. Interviews with the leaders of the 15 organizations that were most effective in using the gifts of women in leadership were carried out in order to develop . . . read more
Dr. Dietrich Schindler • Church Planting Consultant for Europe • The Evangelical Alliance Mission Dietrich has developed an evangelistic and church planting tool designed to reach post-modern secular Europeans that he has named “MyLife-Workshop.” Most, if not all evangelistic Christianity 101 courses begin with some doctrinal assertion – the person of Jesus, the relevancy of . . . read more
Title: Expectations and Burnout: Women Surviving the Great Commission Speakers: Sue Eeingenburg and Robynn Bliss, Christar Original Air Date: May 9, 2013 ******************************************************************* We will be looking at several questions during this webinar.What are the expectations women in cross cultural ministry have of themselves?What do they expect from their sending agencies and leadership? Many of . . . read more