Publicity has the potential to make or break your event.
Too little publicity and no one knows to come.
Serving in Women's Ministry for 15 years, I am passionate about equipping and encouraging other leaders. I thank God for His calling into Women's Ministry leadership. I long to reach more women, providing them with opportunities for growth and service. I am a wife and mother to two boys (teen and tween) and a spoiled miniature Schnauzer.
Almost exactly one year ago 20 women in our church gathered for the Prayer Warrior Boot Camp.
Our team offered this prayer training in part because our women had been reluctant to pray out loud during out Bible study time.
Our facilitator would ask if someone would pray before we dismissed and the room would fall silent.
We used to host Super Bowl parties. We didn’t let newborns or toddlers keep us from inviting over our neighbors for big bowls of chili, football food, and watching the big game.
Maybe you missed 1 or 2 in the midst of a busy women’s ministry season.
If you’re a new face in the Women’s Ministry Toolbox community perhaps you’ll stumble across several new posts that will inspired and encourage you.
Chances are you’ve covered the basics – you’ve got the food planned, the music selected, and the invitations sent.
Perhaps you’re looking for one more thing to add a little something special to your Bible Study Christmas fellowship, Women’s Ministry Christmas Party, or Ladies Christmas Brunch.
I’ve got some out-of-the-box, beyond-background-music ideas to share with you today.
Let’s get busy and add some sprinkles!