- Days: 2nd Thursday of Month
- Date: Begins September 8
- Time: 6:30 PM
- Where: Chapel
- Cost: $15.00 for personal leadership workbook. Snacks provided.
What is Propel Women?
A NEW Movement for Women Who LEAD
Propel Women is an exciting new opportunity that seeks to bring together women who lead in all spheres of life. Today women are leading in boardrooms, in playrooms and everywhere in between. Whether you are leading a company, leading a small group, or leading your children, you can be empowered to lead more effectively and see yourself as an intricate part of God's plan in your sphere of influence. Propel Women will help you to increase your personal capacity, build your leadership potential, and unleash your destiny as a courageous and spiritually confident woman.
Who is a Propel Woman?
When does Propel Women meet?
We meet ONCE A MONTH, the second Thursday night of the month, in the Chapel at Portland Christian Center from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. Utilizing small group Bible study, discussion, DVD presentations by dynamic speakers, and supportive friendships, we will reach into God's Word to empower each woman to increase her leadership identity and see herself as an intricate part of God’s plan in every sphere of influence.
Still not sure? View our sample workbook from our last series on Personal Leadership. The Propel Conversation Series curriculum was created to be a intentional conversation starter and guide to biblical truth. Designed for women, we will tackle conversations about how to lead ourselves and others in the day-to-day life and calling.
"I hope you will join me for this exciting new adventure as we grow in Christ and build our destiny to be courageous and spiritually confident women." --Linda Noah
Linda Noah has held senior level positions in both the non-profit and corporate sector as well as led her own company as an Executive Coach for Fortune 500 corporations. Linda is the wife of Portland Christian Center's Lead Pastor, Ray Noah, and a member of our Pastoral Staff and Senior Leadership Team. She is also the co-founder of Petros Network, a non-profit organization that plants churches and provides humanitarian care in East Africa. Petros Network launched The TESFA Project last year to help vulnerable women living in extreme poverty create a sustainable future through micro-grants and/or meaningful work.
Email Linda Noah for more information on this group: Email