Item description for Release Your Potential: Using Your Gifts in a Thriving Womens Ministry by Elizabeth Inrig...
Overview Just as God's purpose for the family are born out of His creative wisdom, so His purpose for the local church is born out of His eternal plan. In this informative read highlights five characteristics reflected in the New Testament church that provide the spiritual atmosphere necessary for any local family of God to grow to spiritual maturity.
Publishers Description Getting involved in the local church can be an intimidating process for anyone, but women experience this in a unique way. Elizabeth Inrig believes that women offer an indispensable addition to the church. Using life-related stories, symbols and principles from Scripture, this book instructs church leaders on ways to recognize and release the spiritual potential of women in the local church.
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 6.05" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.71 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2001
Publisher Moody Publishers
ISBN 0802484980 ISBN13 9780802484987
Availability 0 units.
More About Elizabeth Inrig
ELIZABETH INRIG (B.S., M.A., Dallas Theological Seminary; D. Min., Trinity International University) is Pastor of Women of Trinity Ministries, and oversees 12 ministries including Leadership Development, Internship, Bible Studies, and Special Events for women. Elizabeth is author of Release Your Potential: Using Your Gifts in a Thriving Womens Ministry. Elizabeth is married to Gary, senior pastor of Trinity Church. Together they have three married children and seven grandchildren.
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A Must Have For Women's Ministry Leaders Jul 2, 2003
As a women's ministry leader I have reviewed many books on the topic of women's ministry and have several on my own book shelf to prove it. Of all the books I have reviewed Releasing Your Potential is my favorite. The book is well researched/written by a veteran who knows her topic as she is director of women's ministry for the Evangelical Free Church of America. Releasing Your Potential is an easy read, but it is thought provoking/can be used for devotional time/study time. I personally have used this book to create/develop two different womens ministries within the last year. I have gained a tremendous amount of insight from Elizabeth and I have recommended this book to any woman who is seeking to create/develop a dynamic women's ministry in her church.
Godly women DO have a calling and a purpose in the Church .. Nov 1, 2002
Elizabeth Inrig writes a book that helps godly women to see that they do have a God-given calling and purpose to minister to other women and that they are essential to enabling the Church, God's Family, to grow in spiritual health.
Beginning with a study on the community of God's Family, the Church, she explains that the only true growth that matters to God in His Family is the growth of individual lives (are we becoming fully developed Christ followers) and that Godly women can contribute to helping all (women and men alike) to become all that God has called them to be.
Ingrid then goes on throughout the chapters of her book to describe the kind of woman that the church needs using a creative acronym, SMARTS (yes, you have to read the book), to explain and discuss the mandate for women and mentoring found in Titus 2:3-5, to discuss the reasoning why women have such a unique influence for good (again she uses another creative acronym, DESIGN), to discuss why women need women to grow and why women need to be pray-ers first and mentors second.
She finishes the book with a chapter on practical helps for building a thriving women's ministry, a special word to church leaders (yes, this does include the godly men in our churches) and finally tools to help set-up and measure a women's ministry.
Based on scripture and God's design for His church, which is for His Children to become fully developed followers, Ingrid produces a great set of principles along with relevant helps and tools that will help godly women to design, build and grow a thriving women's ministry that will equip and encourage women (and consequently men) to become all that God has called them to be.