Last week I made my bi-annual trek to the Horticulture Class Plant Sale at our local high school. I purchased two beautiful hanging baskets, flowers for the pots on our front and back porch, and several vegetable plants and herbs for our square foot garden.
Please join me in giving a warm welcome to Amy Gannett our guest poster today! Amy challenges us to ask hard questions to uncover obvious and hidden seixist attitudes that may exist in our women’s ministries.
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.
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.