Speaker

  • Eric Byrd
    Eric Byrd
    Director of Worship & Media at Frederick Church of the Brethren

    Eric Byrd is the Director of Worship & Media at Frederick Church of the Brethren. He has a Masters in Ministry: Leadership degree, as well as an Undergraduate and Masters degree in Music. He is the director of the gospel choir at Messiah University and has been on church staff on and off for most of the last 30 years.

    His podcast is “Attention to Detail with Eric Byrd”, co-hosted with his son Jason.

    His consulting company is VIP Consulting: Leadership Done Well, where he partners with churches and faith-based institutions to assist in organizational change.

A Change of Mind, A Change of Women In Leadership

Women have contributed much to the ministry of the Church throughout its history. However, their role in this area has never been free from controversy. According to research, women make up two-thirds of the church and only one-tenth of the leadership. The representation of women in church leadership enriches leaders and helps members on multiple levels. Join Natolie Warren, ministry leader and psychotherapist, and Eric Byrd, worship pastor, college instructor and leadership consultant, in a unique conversation about the challenges, opportunities and paradigm shifts necessary for women to create space to be leaders, and the impact this has on the Church.

What you’ll gain from this session:

  • Explore the paradigm shifts of women in ministry over the last 50 years, the overall challenges and how it has impacted the Church
  • Gain a greater awareness of women in leadership from both a woman’s and a man’s perspective
  • Understand the effects of allowing women to excel in church leadership positions on the mental health and wellbeing of all church members, including other church leadership
  • Identify ways to support and increase the visibility and impact of women ministry leaders

Date

Sep 21 2021

Time

CST
9:15 am - 10:45 am

Tracks

Leadership & Management

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