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  • Leading with Extreme Confidence and Extreme Humility

    Season 4 | Episode 5

    Will you lead with extreme confidence or extreme humility? The answer is yes! In this episode, Pastor Julie unpacks how to become a both/and kind of leader. You will learn what true humility really is, how to identify your blind spots, and practices that will increase your capacity.

    So Good Moments:

    Why Deborah from the Bible is an example of a woman who led spiritually and vocationally.Why you can’t be insecure and humble at the same time and how to move forward in true confidence. Pastor Julie’s morning routine and how she developed a system to compensate for her weaknesses. Who you should ask to help you identify your blind spots and the one question that changed Pastor Julie’s life.Key attributes that will increase your influence.The value of hidden service.

    Resources:

    The 8 Paradoxes of Great Leadership

    Lead Like it Matters

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

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    Discussion Questions:

    What inspires you about the life of Deborah?What are some misconceptions about true confidence?What are some misconceptions about true humility? What are some indicators that the enemy is trying to tear down your confidence?Pastor Julie shared how she was able to invite the right people into her life to speak into her blind spots. Who do you trust to speak into yours?
  • Leading Through a Storm

    Season 4 | Episode 4

    How do you position yourself to offer hope during storms or crises? When Hurricane Ian ravaged her community of Fort Myers, Pastor Sarah Keller learned how to lead with faith amid grief. In this episode, you will learn about the power of partnerships and how to speak God’s Word when all you see is rubble.

    So Good Moments:

    How Pastor Sarah went from not seeing herself as a leader to stepping into God’s calling and plan. How to bring hope through vital partnerships.Why Pastor Sarah believes times of rebuilding can be times of revival.How God can use storms and crises to open hearts to the gospel. Why it’s important to give yourself permission to grieve and have faith.What you can learn through Pastor Sarah’s biggest leadership fail—and more!

    Resources:

    Next Level Church Crisis Fund

    Convoy of Hope

    Christ in Action

    Mercy Chefs

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

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  • Second Mile, Second Nature with Dan Cathy

    Season 4 | Episode 3

    What does it look like to go the second mile as a leader? In this episode, Chick-fil-A Chairman Dan T. Cathy shares the Chick-fil-A origin story and why he calls it a leadership development organization disguised as a restaurant.

    So Good Moments:

    Why it’s important to marry the mission but date the methods. How Dan T. Cathy begins with the end in mind and defines the culture at Chick-fil-A.What the Bible says about going the second mile and why leaders should go beyond what’s expected. Why it’s important to remember that every life has a story and how it changes the way we treat people.The importance of relationships and relevance when it comes to what’s next for the Church. How to become a learner and leader that elevates the whole organization.

    Resources:

    Every Life Has a Story Video

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

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    Discussion Guide Questions:

    Why is it important to “marry the mission but date the methods” as a leader?How have you witnessed someone going the extra mile in your life? How did it make you feel?How does remembering that every life has a story change the way you treat others? Why do you think relationships are so important in order to have an impact? What are some ways you can become more of a learner?
  • Women Leading in the Bible and Leading Today Part Two

    Season 4 | Episode 2

    What does God’s Word say about your leadership potential? In this episode, Pastor and author Donna Pisani shares what God’s Word says about women in leadership and how you can confidently rise to your calling.

    So Good Moments:

    How Jesus treated women as examples, not exceptions. The difference between being entrusted as a leader rather than entitled.Why working on your insecurities will help you avoid toxic leadership. What the Bible really says about topics like submission and using your voice.The three categories of context for Scriptures about women in the Bible.Pastor Donna and Pastor Julie’s moments of failing forward in leadership.

    Resources:

    Better Together TV

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

    Discussion Guide Questions:

    What is something new you learned about women in the Bible? What stood out to you about how Jesus treated women? Have you experienced insecurity in leadership? How did you process it?How can you tell when you are being pulled out of your gift zone vs. your comfort zone?Pastors Donna and Julie shared their stories of “failing forward” in leadership. Now it’s your turn to share. What did you learn from your failure?
  • Women Leading in the Bible and Leading Today

    Season 4 | Episode 1

    What does God’s Word say about your leadership potential? In this episode, Pastor and author Donna Pisani shares what God’s Word says about women in leadership and how you can confidently rise to your calling.

    So Good Moments:

    How Jesus treated women as examples, not exceptions. The difference between being entrusted as a leader rather than entitled.Why working on your insecurities will help you avoid toxic leadership. What the Bible really says about topics like submission and using your voice.The three categories of context for Scriptures about women in the Bible.Pastor Donna and Pastor Julie’s moments of failing forward in leadership.

    Resources:

    Better Together TV

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

    Discussion Guide Questions:

    What is something new you learned about women in the Bible? What stood out to you about how Jesus treated women? Have you experienced insecurity in leadership? How did you process it?How can you tell when you are being pulled out of your gift zone vs. your comfort zone?Pastors Donna and Julie shared their stories of “failing forward” in leadership. Now it’s your turn to share. What did you learn from your failure?
  • Reframe Your Shame

    Season 3 | Episode 6

    Have you ever felt like God’s grace applies to everyone else but you? Pastor Irene Rollins knows firsthand what it’s like to spiral into toxic shame. In this episode, Irene shares the difference between guilt and shame, how to face your emotions head-on, and why reframing your shame will reframe your identity.

    So Good Moments:

    Irene’s journey of recovery and how she learned that alcoholism was a symptom, but shame was the sicknessHow to spot the narrative of shame in your life—and when it becomes toxic.The ways fear and shame are connected. How to embrace being “flawesome”—someone who is flawed but knows they are awesome anyway.How to begin to value, care for, and draw boundaries for yourself (when you’ve typically ignored your body and needs). Irene’s favorite summer snack and more!

    Summer Guide:

    Digital

    Printable

    Resources:

    IreneRollins.com

    Reframe Your Shame Book

    Follow on social media for a chance to win Irene’s book.

    Celebrate Recovery

    A Guide to Shame-Free Parenting

    Learn more about Sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • Making God the Gardener of Your Life and Heart

    Season 3 | Episode 5

    How do you respond when God cuts something out of your life? In this episode, Amanda Gonzalez and Karissa Robinson unpack Pastor Julie’s message, “The Key to a Fruitful Life.” You’ll learn how to trust God through the pruning process and stay connected to Jesus through every season.

    So Good Moments:

    What “cut off” really means, according to the original Greek translation.Practical resources to study Scripture.What it looks like to stay connected to the vine and bear lasting fruit.Why can't we produce unless we get pruned? Why pruning is not punishment and the importance of giving people permission to speak into your life. Amanda’s favorite summer snack and more!

    Summer Guide:

    Digital

    Printable

    Resources:

    Pastor Julie’s Message

    Bible Project

    Blue Letter Bible

    Watermelon Salad Recipe

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • Sticking Together Through Our Differences

    Season 3 | Episode 4

    How well do you love people different from you? Pastor Oneka McClellan knows firsthand that a diverse church is beautiful and biblical—but it doesn’t come without its challenges. Through Oneka’s experience leading a ‘church that looks like heaven,’ she shares the importance of unity amid diversity and treating every season as sacred.

    So Good Moments:

    How Oneka resolved to point people to Jesus during polarizing times. The importance of reminding one another of our value.An encouragement if you feel unseen, unheard, or on the bench.How to treat every season as sacred.Why our confidence suffers when we have unmet expectations.Oneka’s favorite summer snack and hack!

    Summer Guide:

    Digital

    Printable

    Resources:

    Better Together TV

    Shoreline City Church

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

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  • Season 3 | Episode 3

    What does it look like to say yes to God? In this episode, Maritza and Natalie Hernandez share how their small steps of obedience turned into big stories for God’s glory. Tune in to hear their story of how helping one child at a time grew into rescuing children internationally.


    So Good Moments:

    How a sidewalk Sunday school ministry turned into orphanages in multiple countries. How God multiplies our small steps of obedience. The power of replacing lies with God’s truth. How God births beautiful work out of our seasons of pain. Why our calling doesn’t have to be complicated. Encouragement for those who think they are disqualified because of their past. How to position yourself to watch God rewrite stories.

    Discussion Guides:

    Printable

    Digital

    Resources:

    Child Sponsorship

    Help Complete the Second Building in Honduras

    Support Greatest Needs at Children’s Impact Network

    Sisterhood Mission Trip

    Winning the War in Your Mind book

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • Learning to Champion Others in a Culture of Competition

    Season 3 | Episode 2

    Is comparison robbing you of joy? In this episode, Pastors Julie Mullins and Lisa Duvall share why comparison isn’t the real enemy, but the way we process comparison can be. You’ll discover ways to leverage comparison for your growth and hear how to champion others amid a competitive culture.

    So Good Moments:

    Why being competitive isn’t always bad, and how to compete in a way where everyone wins. Two indicators of unhealthy competition and comparison in your life.The right way to process comparison and leverage it toward a greater vision.The best strategies when you’re tempted to compare or compete. How to respond when someone else gets what you want.One question to ask yourself when you feel like you’re losing in life.

    Discussion Guides:

    Printable

    Digital

    Resources:

    The Art of Spousing

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • So Good Moments:

    How God gets our attention through correction, conviction, or escalating situations. The three primary ways God still speaks today (and how we can position ourselves to hear Him). Pastor Julie’s insider info on how she studies the Bible.A question you can ask yourself to determine if you’re heading in the wrong direction.How to say yes to God even when the call seems hard. Two things you should do immediately after hearing God speak.Why your feelings and failures don’t have the final say for your future.Three fun summer hacks!

    Discussion Guides:

    Printable

    Digital

    Resources:

    4-Day Devotional on the Book of Jonah

    Winning the War in Your Mind book

    Logos Bible Study Software

    My Identity Declaration

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • So Good Moments:

    How God gets our attention through correction, conviction, or escalating situations. The three primary ways God still speaks today (and how we can position ourselves to hear Him). Pastor Julie’s insider info on how she studies the Bible.A question you can ask yourself to determine if you’re heading in the wrong direction.How to say yes to God even when the call seems hard. Two things you should do immediately after hearing God speak.Why your feelings and failures don’t have the final say for your future.Three fun summer hacks!

    Discussion Guides:

    Printable

    Digital

    Resources:

    4-Day Devotional on the Book of Jonah

    Winning the War in Your Mind book

    Logos Bible Study Software

    My Identity Declaration

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • Boundaries in Relationships

    Season 2 | Bonus Episode

    How do you know when to establish a boundary in a relationship? And how do you communicate that boundary graciously? Pastors Irene & Jimmy Rollins join Pastors Todd & Julie for a rich conversation about how we can protect what’s most important by establishing guardrails in our lives and relationships.

    So Good Moments:

    How the “three I’s” (intentionality, investment, and inspection) can change the dynamic of any relationship. The importance of defining your non-negotiables and communicating your needs with vulnerability. Why boundaries get confusing for Christians—and what the Bible says about them. What it looks like to communicate boundaries in a way that reflects the protection of your values rather than the rejection of the person. How being boundaryless led Irene to rock bottom and how rehab helped her take ownership of her life. How our emotions serve as an indicator that something in our life needs a guardrail.

    Questions for Reflection:

    How did your perspective on boundaries change after hearing this episode? What emotions in your life might be indicators to protect what’s most important? Pastor Jimmy said, “I can’t give until I first guard.” What is it that you need to guard before you can give?

    Resources:

    Book: Boundaries

    Jimmy & Irene’s Ministry: Two Equals One

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • Boundaries in Relationships

    Season 2 | Episode 8

    How do you know when to establish a boundary in a relationship? And how do you communicate that boundary graciously? Pastors Irene & Jimmy Rollins join Pastors Todd & Julie for a rich conversation about how we can protect what’s most important by establishing guardrails in our lives and relationships.

    So Good Moments:

    How the “three I’s” (intentionality, investment, and inspection) can change the dynamic of any relationship. The importance of defining your non-negotiables and communicating your needs with vulnerability. Why boundaries get confusing for Christians—and what the Bible says about them. What it looks like to communicate boundaries in a way that reflects the protection of your values rather than the rejection of the person. How being boundaryless led Irene to rock bottom and how rehab helped her take ownership of her life. How our emotions serve as an indicator that something in our life needs a guardrail.

    Questions for Reflection:

    How did your perspective on boundaries change after hearing this episode? What emotions in your life might be indicators to protect what’s most important? Pastor Jimmy said, “I can’t give until I first guard.” What is it that you need to guard before you can give?

    Resources:

    Book: Boundaries

    Jimmy & Irene’s Ministry: Two Equals One

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • Relationship Q & A - Part 1

    Season 2 | Episode 7

    You asked, they answered! Pastors Julie Mullins and Lisa Duvall dive into your relationship questions—from friendship tensions to motherhood mishaps. In this episode, you’ll learn how to get out of a negative cycle, extend grace, and walk in humility.

    So Good Moments:

    How to push pause and redefine a relationship when it's been stuck in a negative cycle.Practical advice for navigating difficult relationships and ensuring the gap of tension doesn’t grow wider.How to choose presence over perfection in motherhood and why it’s important to “keep the door open” as a mom. Words of wisdom from a former single mom.How to stay confident as a teenage girl. The art of balancing confidence and humility (and how competence helps).

    Questions for Reflection:

    Are there any relationships in your life that need redefining? What would it look like for you to put on the “grace filter” in your relationships?Pastor Julie said “Decide what matters most and focus your attention there”—what matters most in this season?

    Resources:

    Friendship: It’s Complicated

    Necessary Endings

    Boundaries

    Forgiving What You Can’t Forget

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • How to Discover Your Purpose and Own Your Life

    Season 2 | Episode 6

    Do you feel like you’re going through the motions in life? Author and leadership coach, Lance Witt, wants you to live with intention and purpose. In this episode, Lance shares questions to help you define your purpose, practical tips for simplifying your life, and how to make God’s glory your personal North Star.

    So Good Moments:

    The two Greek definitions for “time” (and why one of them matters most).The question Lance asks himself every morning to keep God’s glory at the forefront of his mind. How to get started with crafting a life purpose statement. Lance’s best advice for how to lead yourself. Lance’s 3-part formula for a simple life. What the Apostle Paul says about ambition.

    Questions for Reflection:

    What does Scripture say about why you’re here?What are your desires and passions?What do you care about and feel convicted about? What do other people say you’re good at?

    Lance’s purpose statement: “To steward my one and only life, I need to love God deeply, lead myself tenaciously, shepherd my family intentionally, and coach and serve others unselfishly.”

    Resources:

    Lance’s Book “Your One Life.”

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • Regaining Vision After You’ve Been Blindsided

    Season 2 | Episode 5

    Whether you’ve experienced the hurt of a betrayal or the shock of being blindsided, Pastor Charlotte Gambill wants to show you how to recover your vision and regain your strength. In this episode, Charlotte shares how to uncover your blind spots, take a step towards healing and begin to see clearly again.

    So Good Moments:

    What happens when our spiritual vision gets injured. Jesus’ response in Mark 8 to the man who was blinded by unbelief. How to move to a mature place of “self-editing” when it comes to your blind spots. What accountability really is (and why it gets a bad rap). How Charlotte leans into the promptings and nudges from God. Why the Church needs more vessels for God—and less ornaments.

    Question: What is your now word?

    Resources:

    Dare to Be

    Charlotte’s Mentorship Program

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

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  • Becoming The Friend You Wish You Had

    Season 2 | Episode 4

    Whether you are in middle school or middle-aged, relationships can get complicated. Pastor Julie and her dear friends Irene Rollins and Sarah Keller discuss what they learned from friendship failures, the gift of forgiveness, and how to become the friend you want.

    So Good Moments:

    The common denominator in every relationship. How to ensure relational mistakes don’t become relational regrets. The root cause of offense and hurt—and how to choose another option!What forgiveness really looks like. The crucial difference between forgiveness and reconciliation.What boundaries are and how to set them.

    Question: What does forgiveness mean to you?

    Resources:

    Find Irene: Two Equals One

    Find Sarah: Next Level Church

    Pastor Julie’s Daily Declarations

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

    Recommended Books:

    Friendship: It’s Complicated

    The Bait of Satan

    Necessary Endings

    Boundaries

    Forgiving What You Can’t Forget

  • Woman Up! Rising to the Call of Leadership

    Season 2 | Episode 3

    Do you ever feel like you don’t have what it takes to be in ministry or leadership? Pastor Lori Champion can relate. In this episode, Pastor Lori shares how she went from running away from ministry to stepping into her calling as a pastor.

    So Good Moments:

    The story of how Lori surrendered her dreams and gifts to God.Lori’s vision behind her book Woman Up! How an altar moment brought healing after a tragedy and numb season.How to fight for unity when you’re hurt in church.What being a ‘helper’ really means Biblically. The benefits of women in leadership.

    Question: What’s your now word?

    Resources:

    Pastor Lori’s Book

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question

  • Valentine’s Day Special: What Matters Most in Relationships

    Season 2 | Episode 2

    What is the secret sauce for building solid and lasting relationships? In this episode, Pastors Todd and Julie share their own relationship trial and errors, as well as practical tips on communication, conflict, and commitment.

    So Good Moments:

    You asked, they answered! Pastors Todd and Julie respond to your questions, which leads to their worst Valentine’s story and advice for singles. Why authenticity is critical no matter what stage of life you’re in. How to gain a vision for your relationship or marriage. The key difference between being a peace-faker and a peace-maker. The ABCs of conflict resolution (including the right and wrong way to apologize). The long-term fruit of being committed to what matters most.

    Question: What relationships do you need God to give you a vision for?

    Resources:

    Pastor Julie’s 2022 Reading List

    Learn more about Sisterhood | https://christfellowship.church/groups/sisterhood

    Ask a Question