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How to Help Your Gen-Z Daughter Grow as a Leader

April 28, 2021
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Your Gen-Z girl IS a leader – and in this episode, we talk about how you can develop the leadership potential in your girl. Robrenna talks with Erin Weidemann, the founder of Truth Becomes Her, a brand that equips moms and women with resources to help them step into their unique leadership roles.

What they covered in this episode:

1. The world is noisy – so what does it mean to use your voice, not to add to an angry culture, but in order to be heard with positivity and impact?

2. Diversity and Representation in books and why girls need to see diverse faces in the books and resources we give them.

3. The importance of girls seeing themselves as leaders in their families, schools, churches and communities. (Ask your girls these questions – what talents and gifts do they have? Who are they called to use those gifts for? What work was she created to do in this season of her life?

4. The five traits Erin works with girls on in order to cultivate their voice.

5. How introverted girls can still lead, and what quiet leadership looks like (and why it's so impactful!).

6. The difference between feminine leadership inside God’s Kingdom, and the feminist leadership culture of the world.

Follow Erin on Instagram or at Truth Becomes Her

Erin's Books:
The Bible Belles and Ringleaders

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Robrenna Redl is a real, raw, no-filters kind of girl. She went from an army brat to a military veteran. A wife to Troy and mom of two young adults, she has served in women’s, children’s, and middle school ministries. Robrenna is the friend you call to walk alongside you in hard, painful places of life as well as the joyful ones. She is a volunteer for the anti-sex-trafficking organization; I’ve Got A Name and an apprentice facilitator for the Trauma Healing Institute. Her passions include mocha coffee, dark chocolate, time with family and friends, and showing God’s love, mercy, and grace to others.
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