I’m curious, how would you describe the way your women’s ministry team operates?
I’m guessing the word “effective” may not be the first word that comes to mind…
Last week we invited the women of our church to attend an event off-campus at another church.
Why you might ask?
I love discovering new women’s ministry resources!
Especially those that challenge me to think differently and cause me to question some of the choices our women’s ministry team has made.
Picking the best date for your women’s ministry event can be tricky.
While throwing a dart at a calendar may seem tempting, we can do better than that!
What is God’s vision for your women’s ministry this year?
Do you know?
Two nights ago I had the privilege of passing out small candy canes as folks were approaching our church doors to attend a special Christmas production.
My task was to make our guests feel welcome.
Have you ever been to an event and felt like the event coordinators missed a step or two?
Maybe you’ve hosted an event and afterward mentally kicked yourself for a minor (or major) oversite.
“Is there going to be childcare?”
It’s a question I wish I could always answer with a resounding. “YES!”
This is one of those super-crazy women’s ministry weeks for me. We leave for our women’s ministry fall retreat on Friday.
I’m facilitating a Bible study. It just started last week. Ideally, I’d like to be a week ahead. I’m not.
The future of your women’s ministry is meeting down the hall in the Youth Room.
Yep, those girls down the hallway on their phones will soon graduate and will be checking your “women’s ministry”.
I’m curious, how many of you send out an agenda prior to your women’s ministry team meetings?
I know it’s one more item to add to your to-do list… and it might seem unnecessary.
But having sat in meetings with and without agendas, I believe agendas directly impact the success of our meetings.
Have you ever had one of the moments where God gives you a glimpse of perspective you’ve never considered. Maybe one that hurts your heart.
Recently God revealed to me how my posts might leave some of you feeling that you are failing to serve well. It grieves my heart to know that any one of you may be feeling that way…
Summer’s coming and many ministries in your church may be taking a summer sabbatical.
But should your Women’s Ministry follow suit?
Do you all share a devotional at your women’s ministry meetings?
Brace yourself for today’s tip ladies!
You may not think it’s a problem for you, but I’d be willing to bet it is!
It’s something almost all speakers, teachers, and leaders do.
And it’s such an easy fix!
Prepare to get your toes stepped on today!
We’re going to take a close look a the expectations and precedence we set in our ministries. Often without meaning to!
Choosing music for a Women’s Ministry event can be a daunting task.
Your team’s goal is to provide the most enjoyable worship experience that you can.