In the last year, I’ve had the opportunity to attend several women’s ministry training events and courses in person and online.
One year ago we made the difficult decision to leave the church we were attending.
The lessons haven’t always been fun or easy, but God has taught me so much in almost 20 years of ministering to women.
I was blown away by the thousands of comments that were submitted by the 1140 women who to the survey on women’s ministry events and activities.
Brace yourself, today we’re talking statistics!
I recently conducted a survey of 1140 women about their experiences with women’s ministry events and activities. (Many, many thanks to everyone who took and shared this survey!)
Almost every week I hear from leaders who are
frustrated disappointed by the lack of interest for women’s ministry events in their church.
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.
How would you describe your women’s ministry team?
Grab a pen and make a quick list. Be as honest as you can.
What words did you use?