Beyond Ordinary Women Podcast
In this second part of BOW's video and podcast series designed to help you find a mentor, Dr. Joye Baker discusses the importance of looking for the right woman and how to best go about it. It builds
Would you like to have a Christian mentor? A woman with more experience to talk to about life, leadership or the Lord? Dr. Joye Baker of Dallas Seminary joins Kay Daigle in this three-part series to h
Dr. Jackie Roese, Founder of The Marcella Project, suggests that women leaders shouldn't be surprised when the church “policewomen" want to keep them in line. This episode is also available on video.
When we minister outside of our own culture, we need to adjust to our audience. Dr. Manning, retired from Dallas Seminary, shares how the movie “Moana” and Esther’s story help us to minister well. It'
In this second podcast in this three-part series, professional coach Jill Williams shares a practical framework for asking powerful questions. If you missed the first episode, you may not realize how
Kay is joined by Jill Williams, an International Coach Federation (ICF) certified professional coach, in this series of podcasts to help anyone ask better questions. Whether you're a parent, teacher,
In this third episode in the series Certified Professional Coach Jill Williams provides practical tools that give you the skills to incorporate powerful questions into your conversations. You will wa
In this third episode of three on biblical justice, Nika Spaulding, Resident Theologian at St. Jude Oak Cliff, discusses where and how we see justice in the New Testament and its application to our li
In this second episode in this series Nika Spaulding, Resident Theologian at St. Jude Oak Cliff, talks with Kay Daigle about the importance of justice in the Old Testament and its relevance today. Go
There's a lot of conversation about justice these days. But what exactly is biblical justice? Nika Spaulding, Resident Theologian at St. Jude Oak Cliff, provides insight into the definition in this fi