Why Women Need Other Women S3E5

Jul 21, 2020 | For Women, Podcast Episodes

When relationships enrich our lives and grow us up as women and followers of Christ, it’s natural to offer the same level of friendship to other women.
In this episode, our hosts continue their conversation centered around women who influence others, fondly referred as The Three Bettys. This time, Ingrid and Brenda talk about the importance of reaching out to other women. Importance characteristics they discuss are:
  • availability to younger women or those growing in faith (which we all are, right?)
  • mutual benefits of investing in the lives of women
  • the importance of asking someone you admire or respect to pour into your life.
  • the role reciprocity plays in mentor or intergenerational relationships.
If you haven’t already, listen to the first half of this conversation about mentoring and discipling other women, then join us as well talk about turning the tables. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher or Google podcasts so that you won’t miss an episode!

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  1. Darlene J Harris

    I listened to your podcast yesterday, and I love the topic. However, I haven’t always been a fan of women for many reasons. But I learned to see the rights of other women in my life. It is funny how I’m now one of the older women. And I have many young women in my life. I’m learning more from them than I feel they learn from me. However, I see their struggles, and my heart goes out to them. God has changed my heart, and I’m thankful.

    • Brenda L. Yoder

      Thank you Darlene! Thank you for your honesty. You have a heart for other women and their brokenness. And you are a woman on both ends of the spectrum. You are a blessing to me!

  2. Melissa Fagan

    I think I have another middle name now… Betty!!
    I realize that my mentors are mostly between my age and my parents age. Like Big Sisters.

    • Brenda L. Yoder

      I love reading this! And you are a Betty to many, that’s for sure!

  3. Kim Ray Mishler

    Although one of you is younger than I and one of you about the same age… you both have been my Bettys! Thank you!

    • Brenda L. Yoder

      You are welcome! The same is true of you to us!

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