A Note from Kelly King: Occasionally, we bring you links to blogs we’re reading. If we see something that catches our attention for women leaders, we want to share it with you. Today’s “Learning From Leaders” features Kaycee Lookingbill. Kaycee is completing an M.A. in Ministry to Women from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. She serves as a Generation LINK resident at Open Door Church where she works primarily with college students as well as serving as a Financial Assistant.
Recently, Kaycee posted a blog titled “Loving Singles in the Church.” Her honest conversation about what to say and what not to say to single women is definitely worth your time today. If you are single, I think you will relate. If you aren’t, pay attention and be cautioned if you’ve entered a similar conversation. And, by all means, if you haven’t included single women on your leadership team, you’re missing a voice that needs to be heard. Kaycee has been a great volunteer at the last couple of Women’s Leadership Forums in Nashville. If you haven’t registered for this annual event, check out the details here.