When you think about the women in your church, would you describe them as “Great Commission Christian Women?”
Do they actively seek out others to with which to share the gospel?
Do you see them interacting with unbelievers?
Does your mind sometimes draw a blank when your team sits down to discuss possible service project ideas?
I know mine does!
Or maybe you feel stuck in a rut doing the same service projects over and over again.
Are you looking for a fun mission project for your women for the fall?
An Operation Christmas Child Packing Party provides an opportunity for your women to work together to bless children around the world!
Operation Sandwich has become an annual project for the Women’s Ministry at the church we’ve recently started attending. Having never attempted to make 800 sandwiches in an evening, I was really looking forward to participating.
What if you could whisper a message in the ear of a child in another country?
What if you could send that boy or girl a box filled with gifts especially for them?
What would you say to them?
So let me just start by telling you that I don’t sew. I know how, sort of. It frustrates me terribly.
I am very thankful that God gives others the gift of sewing!
Despite my short-comings, I attended a recent Women’s Ministry event at my church to make pillowcase dresses.
Two weeks ago a friend of mine posted a request on Facebook for character Band-Aids. She was making this request on behalf of a young boy named Eli who is receiving chemo treatments.
Putting together Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes is one of my very favorite Christmas activities.
I spend all year shopping for items for our boxes.
Earlier this year, our Women’s Ministry Team hosted a fellowship for our women to come together to make Blessing Bags.