7 Tips for Starting a Women’s Small Group Ministry

Your church can begin a small-group ministry to women in your church and community. Keep these seven suggestions from Women Reaching Women in mind as you start small groups: 1.       Pray for each other and become sensitive to personal needs. Prayer is key to any ministry, especially during the startup stage, when wisdom and guidance from the Lord are … [Read more...]

Women’s Leaders Growing Deeper in the Lord

This was originally posted in May last year, but I thought it was such a helpful reminder as we head into this new year and our desire to grow spiritually!As you read today’s post by guest blogger, Shirley Moses, consider asking God who you might team up with as a leader in an accountability relationship. It is such a vital part of continuing to grow deeper in our walk as we serve and … [Read more...]

Women’s Ministry Q/A: Training for The Women’s Ministry Leader and Her Team

Recently at a YOU Lead women’s leadership training, we had a panel of leaders answering questions submitted by attendees. Several past and upcoming posts address those and try to help answer them.  Today’s question is: I come from a small church and I have been put in charge of the women’s ministry for 8 months or so now. I was never trained to be a leader. What tools are … [Read more...]

Women’s Leaders…Let Go to Follow God

 Shirley Moseswill be retiring at the end of this year from her current consultant position. She shares her journey with us and shows us how to allow God to move us out of one way of ministering into another. Leaders know the day will come when you much ask yourself, “How do I leave successfully so the ministry can continue on without me?” Each of us will experience God's … [Read more...]

Women’s Ministry Q/A: Women’s Leaders “Filling” Positions

Recently at a YOULead women’s leadership training, we had a panel of leaders answering questions submitted by attendees. Several past and upcoming posts address those and try to help answer them.Today’s question is: I feel stuck between leaving key ministry leadership positions unfilled and lowering my standards for leadership. Any suggestions?Our inclination is to just … [Read more...]

Women’s Leaders: Don’t Put Your Stock in Your Pots

Dawn Stephens is the Associate Minister of Local Disciplemaking and Women’s Small Groups at The Church at Brook Hills, in Birmingham, Alabama  "I am thinking there is a story in this experience as I am helping a woman in a neighboring community dig through the remains of her home after the devastating tornadoes of April 27, 2011. She and her mother, niece and her … [Read more...]

3 Steps for Perfect Vision for Women’s Ministry

Sharing  a vision God has given you is not always easy. Read  this post by Simone Monroe, Director of Women’s Ministries at Lake Pointe Church in Dallas, Texas,  Every leader knows that vision is a huge part of leadership. Casting the vision is an art form for a leader. Keeping it before the team is something that is necessary to build the momentum needed for the vision to … [Read more...]

7 Tips for Starting a Women’s Small Group Ministry

Your church can begin a small-group ministry to women in your church and community. Keep these seven suggestions from Women Reaching Women in mind as you start small groups:  1.       Pray for each other and become sensitive to personal needs. Prayer is key to any ministry, especially during the startup stage, when wisdom and guidance from the Lord are … [Read more...]

Decades…Because We are in this Together: 2011 Women’s Ministry Leadership Forum

 Leaders, don’t miss this opportunity to network with other leaders, learn from experienced women’s ministry leaders and hear inspirational messages from loved Bible teachers.  Learn about the uniqueness of each generation of women in your ministry and community and how connect them for growth and service. When?  November 10-12, 2011 Where?  LifeWay Christian … [Read more...]