Have you noticed women come in a variety of shape, sizes and personalities? Yet, within each ministry there seems to be the same variety. When you look around at the women you lead, do you recognize any of these ladies? Debbie Drama: Grab a tissue. She is the one that feels left out, threatens to […]
When planning an event for your ministry, having a clear vision is critical. Before the pen hits the paper and the first phone call is made, there is a question that begs to be asked: What is the heart of God for this event? Ask God for Clear Vision As leaders we need to ask […]
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Your church can be part of bringing together the women in your community for a kingdom-minded event that’s grounded in Scripture. Learn more about becoming a Fresh Grounded Faith host church here.
Scrolling through Facebook or Instagram, it is easy to get lost in a sea of photos, videos, and memes. Yet, when you observe social media through a ministry-focused lense, what do you notice? What grabs your attention? In order to engage women, it is important to start by knowing your audience. Understanding who you […]
Over 100 million Bibles are sold every year. That is a lot of Bibles. This means millions of people are purchasing new Bibles each year. They have their names imprinted on the cover and take them home. They write their name inside and often add important dates to the beginning pages. They are excited to […]
I woke up on the concrete floor of the fire station surrounded by 100 6th graders. I looked around, confused and embarrassed…actually, I was mortified. As I shook off the daze of what had just happened, reality set in, and there was a recurring phrase dancing around in my head. It was my 6th grade […]
When I pulled two leaders into my office to work out their issues, I thought, “Really? Do other women’s ministry leaders have to do this?” When one of my kids threw a fit in the grocery store, I looked around and didn’t see anyone else dealing with a difficult child. I’m less patient than I […]
Fresh out of college, I set off to Russia with an organization of Christian teachers from around the US. Naïve? Maybe. Well prepared? Not really. Confident of why I was going? Definitely. Surrounded by teachers, we were sent out to use our gifts of teaching and loving children to minister to the rich of the rich, […]