No doubt, Deborah was a role model for women in her day and still is to us in our day. The Book of Judges identifies her as the most dynamic person to emerge during the 350 years covered in the book. She was the only woman in this distinguished company of judges. We are given very few details about how she received the appointment as a judge. It leaves us to wonder how she could rise to a place of prominence and influence, despite the obstacles a patriarchal society would present. She is both intriguing and inspiring, compelling us to take notes from her leadership prowess as we, too, become women of wisdom and maximize our influence in our own challenging times.
Delve into the pages of these six lessons and expect to glean from the strengths she possessed, such as authenticity, intuitive listening, and vulnerability. Are you ready to do this?