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.
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?
Slowly, but surely, restrictions are lifting across the United States and around the world, allowing people to begin to gather again.
I’ve never forgotten how it felt to be a new women’s ministry leader.
Even as restrictions may be easing in some states, it may still be months before we can gather together again in large groups.
Mother’s Day is fast approaching!
Has your team decided how you’ll bless and honor the women in your church yet this year?
I can’t imagine women’s ministry without an emphasis on prayer.
Whether it’s praying for our women, with our women, or over the details of our events, prayer saturates the work we do in women’s ministry.
A virtual game night is a fun way for your family, small group, or church family to connect online while we’re all stuck at home.
As we stare down the face of extended social distancing, we may be tempted to tear up our ministry calendars and suspend our women’s ministry team meetings. Please don’t! Now is the time to make plans for when you can gather together again.
I am thrilled to be able to connect with my Bible study ladies in this stay-at-home season using Zoom.