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
It’s incredible how quickly things can change in a day or a week…
Last week I sat around a table at church discussing the Bibles study lesson with my Bible study group. This week there will be no meeting or discussion, and I’ll watch a video on my laptop our teachers will be recording for us.
Today I’m sharing a very special guest post.
I have a soft spot for moms and mommy groups.
One year ago we made the difficult decision to leave the church we were attending.
Turn on your TV, open up Facebook, scroll through Twitter and you’ll come across an increasing amount of angry comments and posts.
Women in our churches are picking sides and picking up signs.
In all of our moves, I’ve never struggled like this.
People at our church are nice, but it doesn’t extend much past that. Most don’t seem to want to or aren’t able to connect outside of Sunday morning or Bible study.
Did you know that October is Ministry Appreciation Month?
I’ll admit, it’s not one I have marked on my calendar, but I should.
I could sure use some. Could you?
I’m guessing we all know several women in our lives that could use an encouraging word or gesture.
Does writing notecards stress you out?
Do you struggle with what to say?
Wish God could send you the perfect verse for their circumstance?
Earlier this year, our Women’s Ministry Team hosted a fellowship for our women to come together to make Blessing Bags.
Nothing replaces a handwritten thank you note!
Recipients not only feel appreciated, but they will remember they were not forgotten and are more likely to volunteer again in the future.