We strive to create community and relationships between women of all ages, denominations, backgrounds, and walks of life.

Community through our Chapters

This is done through our LeadHer Local chapters as women connect with others who attend meetings and get involved. Friendships that bridge generations, race, church membership, and life situations are born and developed at our twice a month chapter meetings.

We also challenge all of our chapters to participate in at least one community service project a year to help them also build relationships, not only with one another, but also with the community that they are a part of.

Through our monthly teachings and challenges we also encourage women to be more intentional in cultivating the exsisting relationships in their life and look for ways to lead within them.

Community for our Coordinators

We always tell our LeadHer Coordinators that they do not lead alone when they become part of the LeadHer Coordinator Community they have oppertunity to network and build relationships with other women leading chapters in other areas.

We encourage women to get to know one another, share ideas, learn from experiences, and lift one another up in prayer.

Want to learn more about the relational nature of LeadHer? We invite you to read some of these blog posts that share stories of members and chapters who have grown relationally:

Asheville, NC- building connections in their church and community. 

 

Niceville, FL- connecting women of all ages and building a legacy of love. 

 

Nashville, TN- a chapter activated to serve.