Empowering Ordinary Women To Achieve Extraodinary Dreams
Simply Wisdom is a Christian organisation committed to providing mentorship, training and fellowship for women desiring spiritual, personal and professional growth. In particular we are concerned with the development and spiritual maturity of women who have a desire to be used by God to impact in their environments, and to date Simply Wisdom has impacted hundreds of men, women and families in multiple nations through prayer, seminars, newsletters and via our former intercessory team and marital prayer network.
Simply Wisdom is headed by Ruth Gordon. Ruth has been involved in women's ministry for many years and leads the Simply Wisdom mentorship seminars. Mentorship and empowerment of women lie at the heart of the Simply Wisdom vision, and our Empowered seminars, Kickstart and Achievers programs are structured to enable Simply Wisdom to reach as many women as possible. This is available via the Simply Wisdom Community, an online support network for women who wish to be empowered to move to the next level.
Ruth is highly qualified business consultant with an MBA from a leading Business School, a post graduate diploma in Theology and is a certified Business and personal coach. She has over twenty years experience of providing consultancy and project management services to global corporations, having worked in over 21 different countries on projects spanning Europe, the USA, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Ruth and her her husband, Collin, have been involved in church leadership for over fourteen years. Ruth is an inspirational and motivational speaker. She has a gift for leadership and personal transformation and has inspired many women to draw nearer to God and live more purposeful lives, while taking practical steps to make their dreams a reality.
Simply Wisdom was also independently selected for inclusion in the British Library archive in 2011 and 2012, and as a result the website has been preserved in the categories of Women's Issues and Society and Culture for historical reflection in days to come.
The British Library archive can be accessed via the following link:
Spiritual, Personal and Professional Mentorship For Women