How well do you know the women on your women’s ministry team or in your small group?
Crafting a women’s ministry mission statement can seem overwhelming!
Social-distancing, coronavirus concerns, and local government recommendations could force your team to consider postponing an upcoming women’s ministry events if you haven’t already.
Bible study in the summer is usually a struggle for me. Our schedule is different when our boys are out of school.
Most women’s ministry leaders agree that mentoring and discipleship are essential components of a thriving women’s ministry program.
While the coronavirus has forced us to adapt and postpone many women’s ministry events in 2020, these changes have not all been bad.
Are you looking for a way to share women’s ministry news with every woman in your church?
How can we creatively offer women’s ministry fellowships that honor social-distancing guidelines?
Today I’ve invited Amy Ford to share a special guest post. As we strive to love and serve all of the women in our churches and communities, there are groups of women that we may struggle to reach. Amy offers ideas and resources for the church to care for women with unplanned pregnancies. I pray you and your team will find them valuable. – Cyndee
With new Bible studies coming out almost daily (or so it seems) how are we ever supposed to choose a Bible study for our group?
Slowly, but surely, restrictions are lifting across the United States and around the world, allowing people to begin to gather again.