I’ve been encouraged lately by some women in our church who’ve taken seriously the call to disciple other women. Some have done it through formal bible studies, Christian Ed, while others have used informal get-togethers or simply grabbing coffee. I’m also thankful for those who seek out new discipleship opportunities: either to lead or puting themselves in the path to be led. Here’s a thoughtful “take” (sorry, I listen to a lot of Jim Rome) on women’s discipleship from a blog connected with the Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. Just in case you were wondering, this is a ladyfish.