Sick kids, doctor’s appointments, school events, family vacations, and other scheduling conflicts will often make it necessary for one or more of your women’s ministry team members to miss a meeting.
Over the last 10+ years I’ve had the opportunity to serve on three women’s ministry teams in three different churches.
Everywhere I’ve served and even in the places where I haven’t, I’ve seen this women’s ministry mistake committed over and over again. And I’m not just throwing stones, I’m 100% guilty of committing it myself.
I’m curious, how would you describe the way your women’s ministry team operates?
I’m guessing the word “effective” may not be the first word that comes to mind…
I love discovering new women’s ministry resources!
Especially those that challenge me to think differently and cause me to question some of the choices our women’s ministry team has made.
This is one of those super-crazy women’s ministry weeks for me. We leave for our women’s ministry fall retreat on Friday.
I’m facilitating a Bible study. It just started last week. Ideally, I’d like to be a week ahead. I’m not.
I recently had a friend start to share about an incident in their church that happened last year. Feelings had been hurt. Deeply. Gaping wounds had not yet healed.
Before you answer “yes”, let me share a recent experience I had with you.
A couple of months ago we had some workers show up unexpectedly at our house at 8:30 AM.