There’s no doubt it’s challenging, if not impossible, to reach every woman in our church.
For the last several months, I’ve been hard at work behind the scenes planning for this year’s women’s ministry leader training.
I love planning women’s ministry events more than just about anything else!
Renew, refresh, restore.
As those words wash over my soul, I imagine what it would be like to trade the busyness of life for a rest-filled women’s ministry retreat.
Icebreakers are a quick and easy option for building rapport among your team members.
For many of us, large group events will be few and far between on our women’s ministry calendar for some time.
Is your women’s ministry team lacking the unity you know is possible?
Do you feel like some members of your team are more committed than others?
As many of us move towards in-person women’s ministry events and activities, icebreaker games that encourage social-distancing practices provide comfort and safety.
I’ve invited seasoned homeschooling mom, Caroline Collie, to share how women’s ministry leaders can provide extra support to the increasing number of homeschooling families this fall. – Cyndee
Unfortunately, many leaders are in the position of having to make adjustments to their retreat plans this year, thanks to the coronavirus.
I’m excited to share a brand-new resource with you today that will help you find the best speaker for your next women’s ministry event, retreat, or conference.