Last summer I joined the women’s ministry team at our (new to us) church. I asked a lot of questions at that first meeting. How do I submit a receipt? When do I need to get my publicity submitted for the next church newsletter?
There are over 18,000 Bible studies for women listed on Amazon (affiliate link). A quick search on Lifeway.com pulls up over 400 results. 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?!
Our list of Women’s Ministry Team job descriptions continues today! You can find the first 6 job descriptions in the first post – Women’s Ministry Team Job Descriptions Part 1 as well as an overview of why job descriptions are important.
Mistakes are inevitable. I know from experience the damage, frustration, and division that can happen when we rush to put together or add to our team.
Today’s post is for the dear sister, who is flying solo and running the women’s ministry team without a helper or team to support her.
As we discovered in last week’s post, there are a lot of different things we could do and should at our women’s ministry meetings.