Part 8 of our series on what we’re learning about women and men leading together in the church. We interview Amber Haines and Seth Richardson again (we interviewed them for Part 3, too), who work together at Christ the King Anglican Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Amber and Seth share with us a new theological model they’ve been experimenting with for how men and women relate to one another, rooted in the goodness of communion rather than the fear of “what could go wrong.” This one’s really good. Lots to chew on here:
Links and resources:
- Gravity Leadership National Gathering | Oct 26-27, 2018 | Indianapolis
- Gravity Leadership Academy | we’re always starting new cohorts!
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