Outside of planning an event, publicity may be your most time-consuming event task.
You’ve got to create it, submit it, and distribute it.
Our family spent most of the last year in search of community at the church we were attending.
As we began to share our difficulties in finding community, we heard from many others were struggling as well.
“Alright, everybody go around the room and introduce yourself.”
“Please tell us a little about yourself – how many kids you have, your husband’s name, and how long you’ve been attending First Baptist Church.”
Women’s ministry team meeting agendas.
For some of us they are about as appealing as a root canal.
What should we include?
How long should we meet?
Invitations to read the Bible abound at the beginning of a New Year.
You can: read the Bible in a year, meditate on a verse a day, or tackle a chapter a day.
It’s time for another episode of Gather and Glean!
Episode 3 focuses on searching for a speaker.
I’m guessing you’ve struggled to find a speaker.
Maybe you’ve had a bad speaker experience. (My hand is raised!)
I’m taking up the position of the Monday morning quarterback.
I’ve led and served on teams that have navigated the Christmas season well and some that have not.
Lately I find myself more easily distracted than ever before.
I start one project and then remember something else and my attention is diverted.
Left Right stories and games are always a hit, no matter the size or age of the group!
I created this original story for you to use at your next Christmas Women’s Ministry event.
I’m back with a new episode of Gathering and Glean!
Ya’all I’ve spent hours trying to improve the quality of the video.
“I was never comfortable in my own skin.”
“My life will be ruined if I’m ever open and honest about this.”
“There are parts of me I gave away that I wish I had not.”
I am super-excited to share a brand-new resource with you all today!
I have been wanting to create some videos for you all for months! But it wasn’t until recently that I was able to see how God was using my battle with technical difficulties and life circumstances to get me to this very place.
Your sign-ups are lagging.
Last week only 2 women attended.
The retreat’s a month out, but you’re less than half full.
Most of us probably realize the majority of the women we serve struggle to read the Bible on a regular basis.
And if we’re being real, we’d admit that many of us struggle to read the Bible on a regular basis too.
I’m always on the look-out for a fresh icebreaker to add to my toolbox.
This Either/Or Icebreaker game is quick, easy, and great for all sizes of groups.
In a world where everyone is so busy juggling packed schedules, one simple act of kindness can change the world.
Free of Me – Why Life is Better When it’s Not About You.
This is the title of Sharon Hodde Miller’s new book and I knew the moment I saw it that joining her launch team was a divine appointment.
As a women’s ministry leader, you’ll have many opportunities to divide your women into groups.
Whether it’s for Bible study or a women’s ministry event, relationships blossom when women are seated in circles and not rows.
I have a special treat for you all today!
I had the opportunity to get a sneak peak of the newest book by Janet Thompson, Mentoring for All Seasons: Sharing Life’s Experiences and God’s Faithfulness.