Four Unique Challenges for Women as Church Planters

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Watch this Seven Minute Seminary with Carolyn C. Moore to learn more about some unique challenges in supporting women who are called to the leadership role of church planting:

1. Female leadership is a theological issue.

2. Female leadership is a cultural issue.

3. Female leadership is a resource issue.

4. Female leadership is a denominational issue.

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Carolyn Moore is an ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church. She was born and raised in Augusta, Georgia and graduated from the University of Georgia (B.A. – Religion, 1985) and Asbury Theological Seminary (Masters of Divinity, 1998). In June of 2003, she was appointed home again to the Augusta area, where she and her family were given the joy of birthing Mosaic United Methodist Church. Mosaic focuses on reaching people in the margins. In more than ten years of weekly worship, Mosaic has seen more than 130 baptisms and hundreds of professions of faith. A satellite ministry serves adults with disabilities in downtown Augusta.