Wisdom of Wimber

WILD: Women In Leadership Development (eBook)

WILD (Women in Leadership Development) brings together the journeys (stories) of the dramatic lives of eight women from different backgrounds, nationalities, ethnicities, countries, cities and callings, who end up participating in global transformational leadership education and development doing God’s kingdom work. Women, in general, tend to be God’s natural nurturers, servants, net workers, connectors, collaborators

WILD (Women in Leadership Development) brings together the journeys (stories) of the dramatic lives of eight women from different backgrounds, nationalities, ethnicities, countries, cities and callings, who end up participating in global transformational leadership education and development doing God’s kingdom work. Women, in general, tend to be God’s natural nurturers, servants, net workers, connectors, collaborators and peacemakers. This social capital is rich with valuable assets in today’s troubled world, where more than ever women and men need to work, collaborate and partner together. God provides us with the resources we need for bringing transformation to all aspects of society.



Meet the Authors

Graces BarnesGrace Barnes has lived in five homelands and traveled to fifty countries. Her studies in leadership led her to work for several decades establishing, teaching, and administrating a global leadership program at Azusa Pacific University and Bakke Graduate University. She is married to a retired businessman, Doug Barnes and has helped raise his two children. She continues to teach, consult, write, speak and mentor others in God’s kingdom work. She has a PhD in Leadership Development.

 

 

 

Gwen DeweyGwen Dewey became an educator with the guidance and coaching of her parents and pastors and earned two doctorates. She is married to Don Dewey, one of her mentors. She found true joy in teaching and offering global urban education worldwide. She was the founding president and served as the Director of Doctoral Dissertations at Bakke Graduate University where she also developed a Theology of Work program. She currently serves as the Academic Dean.

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