Emboldened with Tara Beth Leach

Pastor and author Tara Beth Leach brings us a new vision for empowering women in ministry. Drawing from her new book, Emboldened, she demonstrates how empowered women are good news for the whole Church – and the world!

Story Men - November 24, 2017

Emboldened with Tara Beth Leach

Emboldened with Tara Beth Leach

Pastor and author Tara Beth Leach brings us a new vision for empowering women in ministry. Drawing from her new book, Emboldened, she demonstrates how empowered women are good news for the whole Church - and the world!

From Series: "StoryMen Season 8"

The StoryMen return with more guests, more projects and of course more arguments over pop culture.

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In this Episode:

0 – Flat Earth

12 – Tara Beth Leach

18 – Emboldened

33 – Good for the Whole Church

49 – Listener Questions

52 – PPOW

56 – Where to find Tara Beth

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Connect with Tara Beth Leach

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PPOW

Matt: The Good Place TV)

JR.: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (film)

Tara Beth: This is Us (TV) and Stranger Things

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How can the Church embolden women in ministry?

Author: JR. Forasteros

JR. lives in Dallas, TX with his wife Amanda. In addition to exploring the wonders that are the Lone Star state, JR. is the teaching pastor at Catalyst Community Church, a writer and blogger. His book, Empathy for the Devil, is available from InterVarsity Press. He’s haunted by the Batman, who is in turn haunted by the myth of redemptive violence.

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  • Philip Baran

    I loved the vision that Tara Beth gave of her grandchildren one day finding this book and, being puzzled, asking her, “Grandma, why did you have to write this book? This makes no sense!” My wife and I are trying to parent with a similar dream in mind for the sake of our children and their children and those that they are able to minister to with the power of their love. It’s a vision of, as Carolyn Custis James puts it, “the Blessed Alliance.” I think the emboldening of women can happen only if we believe that all people are harmed when we are not able to “be subject to one another out of reverence to Christ.” This emboldening of women involves everyone and is for the good of everyone. I would love to see churches equip and empower the whole of the congregation to flourish in each one’s God-given giftings.

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