This book is the first-of-its-kind to specifically address the role and function of Apostolic Administrators called for Such a Time as This. It defines and clarifies the spiritual Gift of Administration (with biblical examples) and why it is so critical for those called to serve Christian leaders in all seven spheres of society.
The book does NOT teach how to run an office. It highlights the leadership traits, mindset, and attitudes that every Christian, especially administrators, need to serve leaders.
“Lynn does an amazing job interweaving the present crisis condition of the world with stories from the past of women who rose up to resist and change the status quo of the world in which they lived. Her choice of heroines was exemplary and inspirational. This book is truly a must-read as it empowers the reader to believe that they too can make a difference and become world changers.”
Patricia Juster, minister with Restoration from Zion, Israel
As cultures sink around us, Lynn Kishaba gives us not only insight but hope as we navigate these uncharted and rough waters. This is a must-read for strong women of all ages.
Nicki Pfeifer, Co-convenor, United States Coalition of Apostolic Leaders
Lynn Kishaba has written a profoundly timely book, using a unique mixture of all four known writing styles (persuasive, narrative, expository, and descriptive) to communicate a powerful prophetic message concerning the strong woman.
This book is a must-read regardless of gender.
Apostle Obii Pax-Harry
Strong Women for Tough Times is captivating from the very first page! What a wonderful read! It is informative and relevant for our times. It compels one to examine their own life in the light of the courage and the dependence upon God that these “strong women” manifested.
Any reader will be challenged and should the future require it, more than enough courage will be produced upon the remembrance of these pages! Buy this book for your friends, for your children, for your grandchildren! They will benefit greatly!
Dr. Rebecca Polis, Revival Fellowship International