Your sign-ups are lagging.
Last week only 2 women attended.
The retreat’s a month out, but you’re less than half full.
If your women’s ministry historically attracts older women, persuading younger women to attend can be a real challenge.
I’ve sat on a team where there were no clear roles or responsibilities.
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.
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!
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.