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.
The number one question I receive is “How do we get the younger (or in some cases older) women in our church to participate?”
Women’s ministry teams everywhere struggle with how to engage multiple generations.
Perhaps the idea of tackling taboo topics is one that your women’s ministry team steers clear of.
You’re afraid of saying the wrong thing.
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…
Last week we invited the women of our church to attend an event off-campus at another church.
Why you might ask?
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.
Picking the best date for your women’s ministry event can be tricky.
While throwing a dart at a calendar may seem tempting, we can do better than that!