Christy Wimber is a prolific speaker, author, and pioneer.
Her no-nonsense style and honest look at the rewards and challenges of leadership have led her to encourage and transform the lives of thousands worldwide. Whether it be in the church, business, or pioneering something new--this site is to help equip men and women.
Join Christy online as she resources through video, speaks to mental health, shares advice from prominent leaders, and encourages readers with her infamous Christy-isms.
Christy is a member of Charis, which is commissioned by the Pope to bring renewal to the Catholic Church. This event was held on the eve of Pentecost. It was so exciting, and due to the Pandemic anyone could join in live. This is still available to watch, just click on the link below. For more information about Charis . https://www.charis.international/en/
Sanctuary has many fantastic resources for leaders, especially their latest, Deeply Rooted, which focuses on the stress and pressures of Covid. Listen to Corin Pilling who is Sanctuary's UK Director and check out their site to learn more (link below).
Every leader needs to become resilient in their leadership. Christy shares a few insights to motivate in perseverance.
We should not be surprised by the suffering and difficulties we are facing. Christy reminds us the importance of being real and honest in what we are having to walk through in life.
An author, speaker, and leader in church ministry for over two decades, Christy has built various ministries while also leading a church for over 11-years. However, it's her prolific work equipping and encouraging the global church that is building and strengthening leaders from multi-denominations worldwide.
God wants to bring people into wholeness. And one of the greatest acts of kindness we can do is provide a safe place in order to witness people's struggles, so that we may love, care for and pray and minister to them more effectively.
Since John Wimber's passing in 1997, Christy spent 21 years setting up the heritage of John Wimber. From warehouses to libraries, to translation, to the distribution of materials she spent countless hours documenting Wimber/Vineyard. Christy always felt it was vital, regardless of having the funds, for each country, especially new Vineyard Church plants to be have access to the heritage of Wimber. Having completed the documentation, Christy decided that in March of 2017 at the 2nd launch of Regents Library for Wimber she would end her time serving for John's materials and would now focus entirely on her own ministry. During her speech Christy expressed her gratitude towards Gordon Robertson and Regent University. Christy expressed how their generosity and aid during those twelve years to help her get the library set up was a God-send. She finished by stating that the Vineyard is indebted to the Robertsons and Regent for their kindness as well as their willingness to see the value in documenting John Wimber's legacy and the papers on the Vineyard Movement. If you are looking for anything regarding John Wimber or the Vineyard Movement, Christy encourages you to check out Regent University and the John Wimber Library. Christy has several writings on behalf of John Wimber. Book projects such as 'The Way in is the Way on, or ''Everyone Gets to Play' can be found on Amazon.
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