Candid Conversations About Women and the Church with Christine Caine

Exponential NEXT Podcast Episode 20
Series: Candid Conversations About Women and the Church

Christine Caine joins Sue and Janet sharing how she found her way to Jesus while visiting a local church. After talking with women from around the world, Christine recognized a need for women to be inspired, encouraged, and supported in their calling. As a result, she created Propel, to help women fully live into their purpose. Christine inspires and encourages with words you will not want to miss.

Hosts: Sue Ferguson-Women NEXT, Co-Director
Janet McMahon-Women NEXT, Co-Director

Guest: Christine Caine – Speaker, Author, Activist

Category: Women NEXT

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Sue Ferguson

Sue Ferguson

Sue Ferguson is a follower of Jesus, a wife, mom, sister, friend, small groups’ director, an equipper of leaders, and an encourager of women! Sue oversees women’s small groups at a campus of Community Christian Church. She loves to help others develop skills to lead groups of all sizes, and also loves helping women craft their stories and share how Jesus has made a life changing difference in their lives You can contact Sue at sueferguson@communitychristian.org
Janet McMahon

Janet McMahon

Janet and her husband Troy are the founding pastors of Restore Community Church, a multi-site church in Kansas City. Through its focus on developing and sending leaders, Restore has been a part of planting over 40 churches and invested over a million dollars in Church planting.
Christine Caine

Christine Caine

Christine Caine is an Australian-born, Greek-blooded, lover of Jesus, a sought-after international speaker, author, and activist. Known for her ability to effectively communicate a message of hope, Christine has a heart for reaching the lost, strengthening leadership, and championing the cause of justice. Together with her husband, Nick, she founded the anti-human trafficking organization, The A21 Campaign – a recipient of the Mother Theresa Memorial Award for their work combating human trafficking among refugees. They also founded Propel Women, an organization designed to celebrate every woman’s passion, purpose, and potential.

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