Almost every year, without fail, our family heads to the beach for vacation.
Planning a women’s ministry event can be an overwhelming task.
Last week we talked about whether or not you should charge for a women’s ministry event.
When that answer is an obvious “yes”, the next step is figuring out what you should charge for your women’s ministry event.
A couple of weeks ago our Youth Pastor asked me a question about a past Youth event that proved to be incredibly revealing.
It’s a question I know you’ll find to be valuable as your team completes a women’s ministry event assessment.
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.
At some point you are going to host an event that far exceeds your attendance expectations.
You’re also just as likely to host an event that doesn’t come even close to meeting your team’s expectations…
“Our women look forward to our annual tea!”
“They can’t wait to decorate their tables for our Table Banquet every year!”
I am amazed by all the resources and ideas that have popped up on the internet over the last 10 years.
Need an icebreaker idea? Google it.
Big events like conferences, retreats, kick-offs, and table events take enormous amounts of time in both the planning and preparation.