LeadHer is Challenging Women of All Ages to Grow in their 

Faith, Leadership, and Relationships

 

 

Our Heart

God designed women with a deep need to connect with others through relationships. However, as women we often accept cultural and personal limitations on our callings and on God’s desire to use our relationships, our gifts, and our passions for his purposes. LeadHer believes that all women have the potential to influence, affect and unite the world for God’s glory.

By getting involved in LeadHer women of all ages, denominations, and experiences of faith are challenged to understand their God-given purpose and to steward it daily.

LeadHer Local Chapters are open to women ages 14-114. Chapters meet twice a month and are 100% free for you to connect with. By getting involved in an existing chapter you will find you are part of more than just a women’s Bible Study- you become part of a movement of passionate women who are striving to go deeper in their walk with God, better develop their leadership skills, and intentionally build community and relationships!


Our big prayer is to have a LeadHer Local chapter within driving distance of every woman. If there is not yet a LeadHer chapter in your community than we invite you to prayerfully consider starting one.

Our goal is to give our coordinators the perfect balance of structure and flexibility. With LeadHer, you will get training, support, community with other coordinators, materials, and mentoring all to help you not only grow your chapter- but also grow you as a LeadHer as well!

“I am so grateful for LeadHer! My local chapter helped me find faith in God and grow in my relationship with Him! I would have never been able to connect with LeadHer if there had been a membership fee – I am so thankful to the supporters who make my LeadHer chapter possible each month!”

Morganne

College Student, LeadHer Local Member

Our Supporters Make LeadHer Possible

All of our LeadHer Chapters are FREE for women to start and to join. We are able to do this because of the individuals, businesses, and churches that choose to support our vision to encourage and equip women on an ongoing basis. We would love for you to take a few moments and learn about all the different ways that you can help us grow new LeadHers worldwide!

Recent Blog Posts

Dear Sister, Don’t Stop!

Written by Christie Love This month our LeadHer Local Chapters have been talking about the theme of Send Me Prayers. We have been looking closely at the prophet Isaiah’s proclamation in Isaiah 6:8, “Then I heard the Lord asking, “Whom should I send... read more

Here I Am, and There I Go

Written by Kim Bausinger, LeadHer Local Carthage, MO Coordinator. Connect with this chapter on Facebook. How can you send me, when I’m already on the go? Most of my adult life I have been a ready volunteer. I have been willing to jump in and make myself useful... read more

#MyLeadHerStory Stephanie, Springfield MO

LeadHer became the place where Stephanie found the courage to give her life back to God. The ripple effect of her decision did not stop with her. If you would like to find or start a LeadHer chapter in your... read more

When “Send Me” required Sacrifice

Written by Holly Madden, LeadHer Local Director. Connect with Holly on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. When I first said “yes” to God’s call on my life, I never imagined all that He had in store for me. I also never realized how much I would have to lay down to be... read more

Free to be Sent

Written by Vanessa Wohl, LeadHer Development Director Connect on Facebook “Then I heard the Lord’s voice, saying, “Whom can I send? Who will go for us?” So I said, “Here I am. Send me!’” (Isaiah 6:8, NCV) I knew God called me to ministry, I just didn’t know where He... read more

New Coordinator Training in June

One way that can describe LeadHer Local Chapters is the word unique. Out of over 30 chapters that spread across the world, each chapter is unique in the giftings of the Coordiantor and in the lives and stories of the members. Uniqueness is also a characteristic of... read more