Finding Strength

Finding Strength

Women in leadership build effectiveness by depending on the strength of others.


We've seen it happen and hoped we wouldn't become a statistic. Burnout and overwhelming stress zap the finest among us. We lose key women. Debilitating discouragement implodes within a Christian sister, causing her to doubt her calling, leave the ministry, and even question her faith.

How can we help our sisters retain a healthy balance? How can we support one another and strengthen our call? How can we avoid becoming another burnout statistic? We'll explore these questions in this study, and gain insights to help each other.

Table of Contents

SCRIPTURE: Exodus 17:8–13; Psalm 68:9–19; Isaiah 41:8–14; 49:1–7; John 15:9–17


• Identify the Current Issue

• Discover the Eternal Principles

Teaching point one: It's not good to be alone.

Teaching point two: Pour out your heart.

Teaching point three: Accept the assistance of others.

Teaching point four: Balance is the key.

• Apply Your Findings

• Recommended Resources


• "Who's Holding Up Your Arms– by Halee Gray Scott
(, July 13, 2007)

Total number of pages

  • Word Document
  • SMG-GFLS06-D