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April 6, 2021

Women in the Church EPS 35: April Díaz on Ezer + Co, the future of the church, and life coaching

Women in the Church EPS 35: April Díaz on Ezer + Co, the future of the church, and life coaching

April has been a visionary and challenger her entire life. In 2019, she founded Ezer + Co., a company committed to activating women toward wholeness in life and leadership in full partnership with men. April pastored in the local church for nearly 20 years at two of the most influential churches in the country. For the last 5 years she’s coached hundreds of leaders and has spoken nationally. She’s crazy passionate coming alongside leaders who are influencing along the margins of culture.

Her first book, Redefining the Role of the Youth Worker: A Manifesto for Integration is a compelling vision for the church’s role with teenagers. Because April loves teenagers, she loves partnering with Stuff You Can Use and Fuller Youth Institute.

She coaches, speaks, and writes frequently on living and leading with wholeness. She loves talking about leadership, soul care, youth ministry, and caring for your body. She’s always been a tomboy with sparkly shoes and reads more than she can put into practice. She’s still madly in love with her high school sweetheart, Brian. Together, they co-parent 3 fabulous kiddos and live in Orange County, CA.









She podcasts at The Global Fringe

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