Here are a few other places you can find Jill recently:
I Voted Clinton. He Voted Trump. We Still Do Ministry Together. Christianity Today Pastors. How can we reconcile differences in church leadership? Especially ones so divisive as politics? Here’s how we did it.
Six Tips for Taking Center Stage. CT Women. When you make a leadership transition, what are the hidden pitfalls? How do women, in particular, handle moving into the top spot after being in a support role?
No Need to Downplay Your Leadership. CT Women. Why do Christian women, in particular, tend to dismiss commendation and demean their own competence? In what ways do we shoot ourselves in the foot when we are considered for leadership, and what can we do about it? Guiding women between the Scylla and Charybdis of false humility and pride in leadership roles.
When Things Will Never Be the Same. (in)Courage. How does life change when the person you always expected at the holiday table will never be there again?
Church As a Body. Light and Life Magazine. Why does church matter? Can’t I worship on my own? I can meet God anywhere. Maybe–but where does God want to meet you? Where does he want to change you, and have you change others? The church matters for a lot of reasons.
Followership–Not What You Think It Means. Light and Life Magazine. Even in dictionaries, “followership” is usually defined by its inverse relation to leadership — “the capacity to follow a leader.” No one has come to terms with this word on its own. What does it mean to follow well? “Come, follow me” (Matthew 4:19) Jesus commanded. In fact, it’s His first command. What does it mean, especially in a culture where loyalty is fleeting and the “Christian” image needs some polishing?
A Fine Parent. How can we teach our kids to fail successfully? (Yes, that is a thing.) With rising concerns about college students who cannot make decisions or handle criticism, how can we train our kids to deal with the tough things in life?
Do You Want To Build a Snowman? The Mighty. How does mental illness affect an entire family system?
Theology Mix. A group blog of thinkers, pastors, theologians, and random others who agree to talk, write, disagree, and not fight about what matters in God’s kingdom. Find Jill’s most recent posts are listed here.
Sarah Bessey’s favorite synchroblog list. I’m on it!
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Growing Faith. An Australian parenting site. OK, so she’s not Australian. But parents are parents–and we can all learn so much from each other. How to deal with anger issues, unplugging your kids, and more.
Fervre. A site for teens to talk about faith, life, and everything in between and around.
Sadly, you will not find her here. As much as she would like that.