Lies Women Believe and the Truth that Sets Them Free by Nancy DeMoss Woldgemuth was one of the first Bible studies I ever tackled with a group of women.
After dropping off our oldest son for his freshman year of college almost four long hours away from our home, anxiety and fear became my middle-of-the-night companions. For the first several months, any time I would wake in the middle of the night my mind would fill with unwelcome thoughts that quickly tumbled out of control.
Have you felt the nudge or call from God to start or rebuild a women’s ministry at your church?
Are you wondering how to get started or what to do next?
I believe it was the summer of 2002 that I first heard the song, “I Can Only Imagine” by Mercy Me.
Creating a photo booth has become a popular trend at women’s ministry events and with good reason!
Photo booths encourage women to smile and laugh.
Outside of planning an event, publicity may be your most time-consuming event task.
You’ve got to create it, submit it, and distribute it.
Our family spent most of the last year in search of community at the church we were attending.
As we began to share our difficulties in finding community, we heard from many others were struggling as well.
“Alright, everybody go around the room and introduce yourself.”
“Please tell us a little about yourself – how many kids you have, your husband’s name, and how long you’ve been attending First Baptist Church.”
Women’s ministry team meeting agendas.
For some of us they are about as appealing as a root canal.
What should we include?
How long should we meet?
Invitations to read the Bible abound at the beginning of a New Year.
You can: read the Bible in a year, meditate on a verse a day, or tackle a chapter a day.
It’s time for another episode of Gather and Glean!
Episode 3 focuses on searching for a speaker.
I’m guessing you’ve struggled to find a speaker.
Maybe you’ve had a bad speaker experience. (My hand is raised!)
I’m taking up the position of the Monday morning quarterback.
I’ve led and served on teams that have navigated the Christmas season well and some that have not.
Lately I find myself more easily distracted than ever before.
I start one project and then remember something else and my attention is diverted.
Left Right stories and games are always a hit, no matter the size or age of the group!
I created this original story for you to use at your next Christmas Women’s Ministry event.
I’m back with a new episode of Gathering and Glean!
Ya’all I’ve spent hours trying to improve the quality of the video.
“I was never comfortable in my own skin.”
“My life will be ruined if I’m ever open and honest about this.”
“There are parts of me I gave away that I wish I had not.”