More Than Enchanting
Breaking Through Barriers To Influence Your World
by Jo SaxtonJo Saxton invites women to discover (or rediscover) the gifts and talents that God has vested in us, and more important, the joy and challenge of seeking first the kingdom of God where he has placed us.
Jo Saxton invites women to discover (or rediscover) the gifts and talents that God has vested in us, and more important, the calling he has placed on each of us to seek first the kingdom of God where we are.
By Jo Saxton
Read an excerpt from Chapter One of the new book More Than Enchanting by Jo Saxton.
What pastors, scholars and thought-leaders such as Brad Lomenick (Catalyst) and Shayne Moore (Global Soccer Mom) are saying about Jo Saxton's new book on female leadership.
Follow a dozen women leaders as they share about finding our voice and overcoming obstacles to become women of influence in the world.
Ordinary Life. Extraordinary God. It's a beautiful exchange. Read more from Jo Saxton at her blog.
We caught up with Jo this week to learn more about her motivation for writing this book, who she hopes it will influence, and the two famous women she most hopes read her book.
If you could tell women just one important thing about leadership, what would it be? Fellow blogger and speaker Nicole Unice chats with author Jo Saxton about leading, ministering and writing a book.
From the cradle to the cross, it's women that are by Jesus' side. In plain language, Jo handles the interpretive issues surrounding women's leadership with grace and strength.
Crystal St. Marie Lewis
I appreciate that a large portion of her book is devoted to encouraging Christian women in leadership, especially in an age when conversations about a woman's 'place' in the world are regaining popularity in Christian discourse.
It has taken me a long, long time to understand that I both have a voice and that God wants for me to use it.
Amy Julia Becker
Amy Julia shares a story of the woman who paved the way in her life to become a Christian woman of influence.
Even though I knew deep down that God was cool with my feministy nature (that, actually, he created me with my feministy nature), I wanted to run from the church that said otherwise.
How far have you come on your journey in leadership? I wonder what has stood in your way. Lack of encouragement, lack of investment, outright hostility, lack of confidence?