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The Art of Feminine Spiritual Leadership: Be a Badass Priest and Create a Ministry You Love | The Difference Press

The Art of Feminine Spiritual Leadership: Be a Badass Priest and Create a Ministry You Love


Reignite your passion for ministry.

Do you feel like you spend more time being a professional “fixer” than a spiritual leader? Are you struggling to rekindle the joy in your ministry? Do you feel called to “do things in a different way,” but don’t seem to be sure what that means? Do you need to step into your power, claim your strengths, and stop apologizing for having something world-changing to say?

You went into ministry on account of your passion for God and the world, but you’ve seen the dark underbelly of the church and now don’t seem to be sure you have the stomach for it. Yet, if you leave, you know it’ll never change.

You have been called for exactly this moment. Just as the church is undergoing a great shift, so are you—it’s time to transform the leader you were born to be.

Sara Shisler Goff went from considering leaving the priesthood to co-creating her dream ministry not only once, but twice (so far).

In The Art of Feminine Leadership, you’ll learn tools for:

  • Letting go of your impulse to “be nice” and “do it right” by following your instincts and truth
  • Accepting all parts of yourself and embodying a different way of leading
  • Navigating unhealthy power dynamics and transforming patriarchal systems
  • Giving yourself fully to the parts of your ministry that excite you and letting go of the rest

The Art of Feminine Spiritual Leadership is like Brené Brown’s The Daring Way meets Barbara Brown Taylor’s Leaving Church. If you’re ready to transform the minister you are called to be, it is a should-read!

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