This Holy Calling: Daily Wisdom from Women in Ministry


In a chorus of fresh, bold voices, This Holy Calling features six months of unique, daily reflections specifically crafted by women in ministry for women in ministry.

From a diverse array of women in leadership, daily reflections unfold with rich wisdom for women following their sacred calling while sharing from a treasury of faith with the personal warmth of a hand-written note.

In these pages you will find:

  • Nuanced wisdom from experienced lead pastors, professors, church planters, superintendents, bi-vocational preachers, youth pastors, denominational leaders, and more
  • Encouragement, clarity, and resilience in the face of isolation, discouragement, untruth, injustice, and uncertainty
  • Rich insights for ongoing spiritual formation from the Wesleyan heritage of holy love
  • Representation of women of differing countries, cultures, ages, races, ethnicities, relational and parenting experiences, economic backgrounds, languages, and denominations
  • Fresh awareness of the anointed community of women in ministry alongside you

Rediscover the joy, community, and fresh possibility of this holy calling!

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