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Free Weekly Resource – Redefining Success and Finding Opportunity in Failure

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Join pastors and authors, Mandy and J.R., as they raise questions about our theology of failure and definitions of success and share their stories of healing from failure. This resource is free for you to download from 10/23 to 10/29.

You can download any of the resources from our event “Being Truly Human” here, or just grab the entire bundle of the plenary talks.

Mandy Smith is the Summit Director of our SheLeads conference on October 28th. If you want to hear more from women and men leading together across the country, register for your local event or the live stream here.

About the Resource

If God calls humans to lead his church, there must be some way for us to lead as humans. Join pastors and authors, Mandy and J.R. as they raise questions about our theology of failure and definitions of success and share their stories of healing from failure. Whether you’ve experience failure, feel like a failure or live in fear of failing, this workshop will help you see the strength in human weakness and the opportunities God sees in our humanity.

About Mandy Smith

Originally from Australia, Mandy Smith is lead pastor of University Christian Church, a campus and neighborhood congregation with its own fair-trade café in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is a contributing editor for Leadership Journal and the author of Making a Mess and Meeting God. Her latest book is The Vulnerable Pastor: How Human Limitations Empower Our Ministry (IVP). Mandy and her husband Jamie, a New Testament professor at Cincinnati Christian University, live with their two kids in a little house where the teapot is always warm.

More from Mandy Smith

The Vulnerable Pastor: How Human Limitations Empower Our Ministry

Mandy’s Missio Alliance Author Page

Seminary Dropout 171 – Mandy Smith, Author of ‘The Vulnerable Pastor’ and Director of SheLeads 2017

Mandy’s CT Women Page

About J.R. Briggs

J.R. Briggs’ passion is two-fold: to grow fruit on other people’s trees and to collaborate with others to create good kingdom mischief. He started Kairos Partnerships in 2011 to see these two passions meet the needs of hungry kingdom leaders. You can learn more about J.R. at the Kairos Partners website.

More from J.R.

9 Ridiculously Practical Ways for Male Leaders to Empower Female Leaders in the Church

Fail: Finding Hope and Grace in the Midst of Ministry Failure

Eldership and the Mission of God: Equipping Teams for Faithful Church Leadership

Ministry Mantras: Language for Cultivating Kingdom Culture

 

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