I’ve shared on Rachel Hollis on my blog previously. Rachel is a #GirlBoss who I admire greatly because she boldly dreams for others to live a better life by sharing the messiness of her own ambitions. To say she has has amassed a huge online fan base is an understatement.
After seeing her first bestseller, “Girl, Wash Your Face”, launched successfully and having a part in that… I immediately said yes to the launch of her second book, “Girl, Stop Apologizing: A Shame-Free Plan for Embracing and Achieving Your Goals.”
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I am in the midst of gathering my thoughts on a book I’m reading – Developing Female Leaders: Navigate The Minefields and Release the Potential of Women in Your Church (proper review to come). I will leave that for another post, but there’s something more pressing I would like to share.
Since we are celebrating International Women’s Day today, I pondered on the campaign theme #BalanceforBetter and these things that naturally follow. How can we help to forge a more gender-balanced world? Do we celebrate women’s achievement? But more than that, should we raise awareness against bias, especially in church?
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