8 Canadian Women Tell Their Stories was a creative idea to fill a need of mentoring among women in leadership. The heart-cry of women, everywhere, is to have other women pour into their lives and help them to become better women and leaders.
Our authors come from diverse walks of life and professional roles. All the stories are unique to the contributors yet strangely, leadership lessons are remarkably the same. You will be inspired, encouraged, and empowered in the writing of your story as you read this book.
Order a copy for a leader you know who needs encouragement!
Cost per book is $20.00 (Paperback only)
Shipping Cost – 1 or 2 books: $6.00
Meet the Authors
Carolyn Arends Recording artist, songwriter & author
CEO Crossroads Media Group and Host of Context TV
Law Professor and Religious Rights Advocate
Founder of Women Together & Former President of Women Alive
Former Member of Parliament and Order of Canada recipient
Trial Lawyer and Arbitrator
Senior Advisor for Social Justice, World Evangelical Alliance, and former Director of Salvation Army’s International Social Justice Commission
Former Member of Parliament, leads Joy Smith Foundation whose goal is to eliminate human trafficking.
Important Themes in Faith, Life and Leadership:
8 Canadian Women Tell Their Stories
- The foundation of leadership
- Finding balance in leadership
- Discovering your calling and the trust of leadership
- Building and developing relationships as the heart of leadership
- Transitions, responsibilities and leadership tests
- Maturity and legacy in leadership
From 3 of Our Endorsers:
Their stories of hard-won wisdom, persevering faith, restoring grace, and – always – the God who wastes nothing are riveting, invigorating, poignant and, sometimes, very funny. This book is for anyone – man or woman –who is or is becoming a leader and who needs bread for the journey: you just stumbled on a whole bakery.”
Mark Buchanan, author of The Rest of God
What an inspiring collection of stories from eight uniquely called and gifted leaders! Each one shows us how God empowers women to lead others in the right direction.”
Liz Curtis Higgs, best-selling author of The Girl’s Still Got It.
The great appeal of the book is that the various authors share lessons from real-life experiences, some of the tragic. There are more tears than theories. Not your typical leadership book. It’s a keeper.”
Jim Cantelon, author and host of Jim Cantelon Today TV