Publicity has the potential to make or break your event.
Too little publicity and no one knows to come.
How we spend our day says a lot about who we are.
While we may not be able to spend the day with every member of our women’s ministry team, small group, or Bible study, we can use this game to get a glimpse of what a typical day in their life looks like.
Nine years ago our then-new women’s ministry team longed to include the things the women in our church really wanted in our ministry plans.
It was our deepest desire to meet our women where they were and to provide events, activities, and resources that would encourage them in their walk with Christ.
Spring has finally sprung and Easter is just around the corner.
Whether you’re gathering a small or large group this spring, I’ve got a tool you’ll want to use to keep the conversation flowing!
I was brainstorming recently with a friend about ways she could break the ice with her new team at work. Her team is quite small. I knew the 4 C’s icebreaker game would be a great one for her to use!
She was also looking for a fun way to find out what kinds of things each member of her team likes.
Have you ever made a “heart to heart” connection? You know, when you meet someone and you instantly bond over usually trivial things.
This Valentine Icebreaker, Heart to Heart, helps to make those connections between the people in your group.