I had never met Barb before this podcast episode, and I’m so glad I did. She’s an incredible, fun leader with a HUGE heart for the Church, and this episode is jam-packed with wisdom for church leaders.
Barb is a popular author and speaker who has spoken at events like the She Speaks Conference and Aspire Women’s Events. She’s the author of multiple Bible studies, including: Surrendered: Letting Go and Living Like Jesus, I’m Waiting, God: Finding Blessing in God’s Delays, and Joshua: Winning the Worry Battle. Her newest Bible study: Breakthrough: Finding Freedom in Christ releases in Spring 2021.
Today she shares about her years leading in a majority-white church, why she’s been so encouraged about the Church during COVID-19, how she focuses on making Scripture practical for people, her recent development of the (g)race project, how male leaders can still be intentional about developing female leaders, and her journey through an unwanted divorce with some key insights for pastors’ marriages.
Plain and simple, you don’t want to miss this one!
Links to Resources Mentioned or Related
- Take a look through Barb’s website.
- Check out her Bible studies.
- Follow Barb on Facebook.
- The (g)race project
- Black & White Book
- Be the Bridge Book
- Learn about VisionDay.
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