Connecting women to key doctrine and Women’s Ministry topics.  Use this video for your own personal encouragement or share them with your Women’s Ministry to invite women to connect in conversation around these truths.  Here are some questions to get you started as well as some resources to dig deeper on this topic.

Questions to connect around:

1.   How would you answer the question: What do you do or where do run when leadership takes its toll?

2.   Consider the leaders mentioned and write down your take-aways from their stories:

  • Moses – Read Exodus 18
  • Miriam – Read Numbers 12
  • Elijah – Read I Kings 18 & 19

3.   How have your eyes been blinded as a leader?

4.   Do you…

  • See yourself rightly? Ascertaining your current physical, emotional and spiritual health.
  • See expectations both individual and those from others as realistic or unrealistic?
  • See opportunities where you could delegate work to others?
  • See others who regularly enable you to see the truth of who God is and what He is calling you to be more clearly?

Helpful Resources:

Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung

Be Anxious for Nothing: Finding Hope in a Hectic World by Sara Ann Dubose

About Susan Tyner:

Susan serves as the new Mid-South Regional Advisor for Women’s Ministries. While earning her B.A. at Ole Miss, she began leading Bible studies for younger girls. Later, she married Lee Tyner and they began a family that would eventually include five children (now 24, 22, 20, 17, and 13). During those years, Susan enjoyed teaching and helping establish women’s ministries in local church plants. She now works on staff as Women’s Ministry Coordinator at Christ Presbyterian Church in Oxford, MS.