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Book Recommendations

Rev. Crystal August 27, 2014 0 comments
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I have compiled a list of book recommendations from my Women in Leadership library. These books are directly related to understanding female leadership in the church. I hope you can be helped by these books, and find more understanding in your journey and ministry. I have read several of these books, but am still making my way through some, so I  do not approve all content in the books. As with any book, you must search for the valuable content, and get rid of the rest. Each book can be found on Amazon, and if you click on the book it should take you to the Amazon link. Remember you can support Urshan Graduate School of Theology by signing up and buying on Amazon. -Crystal

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About The Author Rev. Crystal Rev. Crystal Schmalz is a licensed minister in the United Pentecostal Church International, holds a Master of Divinity degree from Urshan Graduate School of Theology, and a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Humanities and History from Michigan State University. Crystal has served as a staff chaplain at Barnes Jewish Hospital, has completed five units of Clinical Pastoral Education, and is a member of ACPE. She served as a ministry staff leader for ACMNP in Yellowstone National Park and enjoys the beauty of God’s creation. She served on staff at Life Christian Church pastored by David Stephens doing outreach, guest coordination, youth leadership, Sunday school, and music ministry. She currently attends New Life Center pastored by Garry Tracy, and is involved in teaching Sunday school, preaching at nursing homes, teaching Bible Studies, and helping people connect to God and community. Crystal loves to spend time with her husband Luke, and her hobbies include writing, “thrifting,” eating ice cream, and playing Settlers of Catan and Scrabble with friends and family.

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