Most women’s ministry leaders agree that mentoring and discipleship are essential components of a thriving women’s ministry program.
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I remember reading Phylicia Masonheimer’s now-viral post “Dear Women’s Ministry, Stop Telling I’m Beautiful” back in 2017.
I first heard about the Turquoise Table at the Allume Christian bloggers conference in 2014.
Kristen Schell was leading a breakout session where she shared the story of how God had led her to place and paint a picnic table in her front yard to foster hospitality in her neighborhood.
We used to host Super Bowl parties. We didn’t let newborns or toddlers keep us from inviting over our neighbors for big bowls of chili, football food, and watching the big game.