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If you were to survey your church and identify all of the women whom are serving in various capacities or are serving with their husbands whom are called into ministry and service, you would be surprised by the number of women who fit this description.

One of our women’s ministry teams is solely dedicated to blessing these women. From month to month, they bless our deacon’s wives, pastor’s wives, children’s ministry workers, or administrative staff, to name a few.

The enemy absolutely hates it when women bless and love on one another instead of being jealous and critical.

So many women are working behind the scenes and are in the forefront of our church ministries, and they need encouragement and appreciation.

Here is a simple idea that our blessing team recently utilized to bless some of children’s missions education workers.

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The note says, “Thank you for your helping hands. We appreciate all you do!” The hand is made out of some lovely scrapbook paper and a bag of great smelling, soothing lotion and Hershey kisses are attached to it.

The recipients are always so giddy and happy to receive gifts of appreciation. This is one beautiful way to build up your church!

“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” I Thessalonian 5:11 NIV

Do you have a common practice of blessing and thanking your women whom are serving? I would love to hear your ideas!

Dear Guest,

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Award-winning Author Gina Duke is a wife, mom and Director of Women’s Ministry at her local church. With a B.S. in Organizational Leadership, she is able to bring a clear word for authentic Christian living. Through her book, “Organizing Your Prayer Closet: A New and Life-Changing Way to Pray” (Abingdon Press), she imparts 1 Peter 4:7 with the gift of structured prayer journaling. If you would like to schedule Gina to speak on prayer or host a prayer journaling workshop, click here for more information. You may also follow her on Twitter and Instagram @TheGinaDuke.

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