Does your team struggle with budgeting for an event?
Perhaps you’ve under or overshot your budget on multiple occassions.
Back in December my sister sent me an email requesting help in finding door prizes for their next Women’s Ministry event.
Publicity has the potential to make or break your event.
Too little publicity and no one knows to come.
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.
As we bid farewell to 2016 I thought I’d pause just a moment to highlight the most popular and my favorite posts from this past year.
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.
How do you strike the balance of making sure every team member has a say and empowering your team members to make decisions?
I’ve sat on a team where there were no clear roles or responsibilities.
I need to apologize, the list that follows is probably going to come across a bit critical. You may view it as a list of complaints.
I’ve thought about trying to re-write the whole piece from a positive angle. “10 Things I Love about Well-Run Team Meetings” or something like that.
Did you know that October is Ministry Appreciation Month?
I’ll admit, it’s not one I have marked on my calendar, but I should.