So you, like me, work with a lot of men in your day-to-day ministry, right? I’ll bet you also, like me, sometimes like that fact (how many of us notice that working with men can be much more straightforward?!) but sometimes find it frustrating. After all, it is so much more comfortable when I’m in […]
4 Steps to Reach Working Women
Want to grow your women’s ministry in 2016? Reach out to working women. In most churches, working women are among those who most need attention and ministry – yet are least likely to be reached by traditional women’s ministry. This gives you a great opportunity for growth. You’ve got a vast population thirsty for support […]
Ministering to Working Women
We asked members of womensministry.net the following question: What do you do in your church to support women who work? How do you encourage them and/or what do you offer for them? Here are some of the responses we received: Sara Robinson, Director of Women’s Ministries First Baptist Church, Somerset, Kentucky Our ministry is fairly […]
Called into Ministry: What’s a Spouse and Family to Do?
“Honey! I’m home – and guess what? I’ve been called into the ministry!” Or, how about this one? “Welcome home, my Dear. How was your day? The kids are fine. Mail is on the table. And, oh yes! I’ve been called into the ministry!” This scenario has been played out many times in many marriages. […]