Looking for some fresh inspiration for your fall women’s minsitry events?
I’ve gathered some great ideas from around the internet covering everything from food to service to discipleship to decor ideas.
I first heard about the Turquoise Table at the Allume Christian bloggers conference in 2014.
Kristen Schell was leading a breakout session where she shared the story of how God had led her to place and paint a picnic table in her front yard to foster hospitality in her neighborhood.
When you think about the women in your church, would you describe them as “Great Commission Christian Women?”
Do they actively seek out others to with which to share the gospel?
Do you see them interacting with unbelievers?
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 5 Last-minute Christmas Fellowship Ideas to share with you today.
Like sprinkles on a Christmas cookie, Christmas music adds that something extra-special to every Christmas event.
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!
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”
While no doubt Charles Dickens wasn’t referring to women’s ministry retreats, many of us would borrow those words to describe our retreat and retreat planning experience.
Does your mind sometimes draw a blank when your team sits down to discuss possible service project ideas?
I know mine does!
Or maybe you feel stuck in a rut doing the same service projects over and over again.
Perhaps you can relate to our recent budget dilemma…
Our women’s ministry team has been working through the initial plans for our next retreat.