The Gentle Art of Discipling Women
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:Discipleship is a responsibility of every believer, yet many of us avoid doing it because we don?t know where to start. The Gentle Art of Discipling Women provides a framework for discipleship from the mentoring voice of a seasoned discipler. Dana Yeakley walks with you through the foundational principles of who you are in Christ and how you are uniquely equipped to pass along what He has taught you.
The book is divided into two parts: * Be a Disciple: Four foundational truths (We Are Becoming; We Are Forgiven; We Have Access; We Are Safe) strengthen our confidence so that we can pass along our faith.
- Make a Disciple: Four questions (How Do We Create the Right Atmosphere? Who Do We Help? What Do We Share? How Does Discipling One-on-One Actually Work?) help us nurture a discipleship relationship.
The Gentle Art of Discipling Women will help each woman discover her unique gifting in discipleship through her relationship with God, her personality, and her story.
<DIV><span style="">Dana and her husband, Tom, have been on staff with The Navigators since 1978. They served at Purdue University working with graduate student couples before moving overseas in 1984 as missionaries to Indonesia. Upon returning to the U.S. in 1994, they accepted the opportunity to help direct the Collegiate Ministry of The Navigators. Dana served as an associate director of the U.S. Collegiate Ministry overseeing the needs of women staff from 1995–2002.<br /><br />From 2002–2006, Dana worked with LearningRx, a brain training company, as a trainer, account executive, and local center director. <br /><br />Dana and Tom have three married adult children and five grandchildren. Besides playing with grandkids, Dana speaks to women’s groups, meets one-to-one with women locally, and also serves with Tom as he coaches leaders in several European countries. She also facilitates a monthly gathering of women at Glen Eyrie called Flourish. As a mentor, it is Dana’s passion to see women, both young and old, grow spiritually as they walk closer with Jesus through His Word and prayer.<br /></span></DIV>