What does it take for women to answer God's call to leadership?

The journey to leadership and ministry can be fraught with unanticipated barriers and challenges. Together, men and women will examine the barriers women especially face when pursuing ministry and leadership roles.

Through engaging interviews, study, discussion, and reflection, students will map a path forward in their journey to more fully participate in God’s kingdom work.

What Will I Learn?

  • Uncover tools to better support women in their call to ministry and leadership.

  • Build a supportive community of women professionals.

  • Nurture your soul with corporate and personal spiritual formation practices.

  • Affirm your calling to leadership regardless of gender, race, or denomination.

  • In-Depth Study

    Biblically grounded and culturally relevant; guided by an award-winning professor.

  • Four Weeks

    Independent course work that you can take at your own pace.

  • Self- Guided, Self-Paced

    Learn at your own pace, whenever and wherever you are! Redo lessons, skip activities and come back to them later. This is learning your way!

Meet Your Instructor

Executive Director, Community Institutes

Dr. Carrie Starr

Dr. Carrie Starr is the Executive Director of the Community Institutes at Roberts Wesleyan University and Northeastern Seminary. She has been a professor since 2005 and has been studying & teaching on the Enneagram since 2014. She is a published author, speaker, and blogger at www.adventurecarrie.com. Her areas of special interest include women in leadership, building healthy teams, and innovative community development. Dr. Starr is a 2021 winner of the Rochester Business Journal's Women of Excellence Award and she has been inducted into the Enactus National Hall of Fame.

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