Discipling women is vital in every church. But it’s all very well knowing the theory — how do you actually get on and do it in practice? Unconventional is an honest look at beginning and sustaining a vibrant women’s ministry that works. Author Sharon Dickens shares how she started a women’s ministry from scratch — with all the frustrations and joys along the way — enabling you to learn from her mistakes and benefit from her extensive experience.
"Sharon Dickens has used her wealth of experience and wisdom to write a well-needed book in the realm of Women's Ministry. There is an abundance of books which have explored the biblical principles behind complementarianism. However, finding books which help churches think through and implement healthy discipleship amongst their women are few and far between. Unconventional fills that gap. As well as being an invaluable resource for those beginning to think about Women's Ministry, Unconventional is an excellent tool for a well-established ministry that would benefit from a review. I would have loved a book like this when I started out in ministry and am excited to use some of the principles in my current role."
Rachel Sloan, Director of Women's Ministry, FIEC