Part 3 of our series on what we’re learning about women and men leading together in the church. We interview Amber Haines and Seth Richardson, who work together at Christ the King Anglican Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
They share some of the profound pain and frustration of bumping up against the cultural and system forces that resist women and men leading together, and how close they came to quitting altogether.
Links and resources:
- Prayer School with Brian Zahnd | New York City, Sept 14-15
- Gravity Leadership Academy | cohorts are always starting – this is where we train in the practical, on-the-ground skills needed to navigate tensions like the one we discussed today.
- Christ the King Anglican Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where Seth and Amber minister.
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