A New Way to Do Women’s Ministry that I Call Joppa!

Hey there… If you are looking for Something new Something helpful     Something engaging for your women’s ministry, you have landed in the right place! Welcome to a proven plan for leading an engaged Great Commission focused group of women in your church.  You can obtain my brochure HERE. I also invite you to join my Joppa Interest Facebook Group where you can watch my…

Women’s Ministry Tip – Valentines for Your Single Ladies

Church alone can be a hard place for single women.  You are surrounded by many married-with-kids couples.  The majority of churches do not have effective singles ministries.  So, add the dread of Valentine’s Day on top of a Sunday no less, and it can become a downright depressing day. In the absence of a singles ministry, sometimes the Women’s Ministry meets the ministry need of…

Women Ministry Wednesday – How to Host a Women’s Night of Worship (2nd Edition)

Since sharing my first experience with hosting a Women’s Night of Worship, we have hosted several more, and I know many of you have, too.  I loved reading your feedback on my first edition about your enthusiasm for hosting one, too.  Here’s the link to the blog post that started it all. I thought I would share our last one in case you are looking…

Women’s Ministry Wednesday – 4 Spirits to Detect & Defuse (Part 1) – The Spirit of Jonah

When it comes to dealing with the women we serve in women’s ministry, there are 4 spirits to be aware of, and carefully deal with. Detect and Defuse: A Jonah spirit An Absolam spirit A Martha spirit A Jezebel spirit Welcome to Women’s Ministry Wednesday! If you are just now seeing this series, you can go here to the beginning. Let’s review the story of…

Women’s Ministry – A Decision Tree that Rids You of Guilt in Ministry

  I would say that I spend as much as 50-60% of my time in women’s ministry feeling guilty.  As the Director of Women’s Ministry, I often see and hear about women in my congregation whom are going through something.  Whether it is an illness, divorce, financial struggles or parenting woes, there are a lot of women struggling in my church, just as I am…

Women’s Ministry Tip – Know the Difference Between Being Relevant and Bringing Reproach

  Call me old. Call me irrelevant.  Call me rigid.  I don’t care. Since when did cursing come in vogue for Christians?  Or more importantly, when did cursing become acceptable for Christian women who minister the Word of God? I mostly see this in social media by the Millennial Generation. These women have important things to say, but they undermine their words with coarse talk. …