What Your Church Leadership Needs to Learn From Women of Color
If you are a pastor, a teacher, a small group leader or even a parent, you are a leader. Our approach to leadership is shaped by our experience of leaders.
God’s mission brings women and men from across all nations together into a new family.
Unfortunately, our experience of leadership is often “monochoromatic.” The leaders we model ourselves after are often reflections of ourselves.
For the churches, organizations and families we lead to thrive we must make special effort to learn from all kinds of leaders.
In this special Q and A webinar we’ll ask the question “what does a black woman know about leadership that I don’t?”
We’ll learn from Natasha S. Robinson, Author, Disciple-maker and Marine Corps officer.
And as a special bonus, every registered participant will receive the first chapter of Natasha’s latest book!
A Sojourner’s Truth: Choosing Freedom and Courage in a Divided World is an African American girl’s journey from South Carolina to the United States Naval Academy, and then to her calling as an international speaker, mentor, and thought-leader.
Intertwined with Natasha’s story is the story of Moses, a leader who was born into a marginalized people group, resisted the injustices of Pharaoh, denied the power of Egypt, and trusted God even when he did not fully understand where he was going. Along the way we explore the spiritual and physical tensions of truth telling, character and leadership development, and bridge building across racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, and gender lines.
Join us as we hear Natasha S. Robinson expand on themes from her latest book and as she answers your questions.
Tuesday, October 30th, 1pmET/10amPT
Natasha Sistrunk Robinson (MA, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) is a writer, international speaker, leadership consultant, mentoring coach, and the visionary founder of the nonprofit, Leadership LINKS, Inc. She is author of Mentor for Life: Finding Purpose through Intentional Discipleship and the Hope for Us: Knowing God through the Nicene Creed Bible study. A graduate of the US Naval Academy and a former Marine Corps officer, Natasha has nearly twenty years of leadership and mentoring experience in the military, government, church, seminary, and nonprofit sectors.
As the chairperson of the board at Leadership LINKS, Inc., Natasha’s vision is to holistically develop transformative and redemptive servant leaders who are united in community and committed to invest in long-term generational and cultural change. In addition, she is a columnist at Outreach Magazine, regular contributor at Missio Alliance, and a member of the INK Creative Collective.