Candid Conversations About Women and the Church with Tammy Dunahoo

Exponential NEXT Podcast Episode 17
Series: Candid Conversations About Women and the Church

In this episode, Sue and Janet have a candid conversation with Tammy Dunahoo. From denominational leadership to a church planting network of women, Tammy shares what she has seen in her over 40 years of leadership in the Church. Hopeful for the future, Tammy gives a vision for why men and women working together can help the church fulfill the image of God. As Dean of a seminary, Tammy gives insight into what women of today are hoping for as they move towards vocational ministry.

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

Guest: Tammy Dunahoo, Dean of Portland Seminary

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.
Tammy Dunahoo

Tammy Dunahoo

Tammy has spent over 40 years in ministry and denominational leadership. She is currently serving as the dean of Portland Seminary Tammy arrived at the Seminary from the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, where she served in various capacities the past 20 years, most recently as director of leader health and development. She previously served as the organization’s vice president of U.S. operations, supervising 1,800 congregations with about 6,500 credentialed ministers. Tammy’s experience also includes serving as vice president of Foursquare’s Women in Ministry Leadership program. Alongside her role at the seminary, Tammy is creating and building Reimagine by Womenco, a women’s church planting network with the vision to mobilize 5,000 women to form new faith communities that embody Jesus’ radical hospitality.

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