Many in women's ministry see a new wind blowing. It's moving away from being event-driven ministry to being people-driven ministry. Instead of spending an enormous amount of time planning events that require huge logistics, many ministries are focusing on building relationships through Bible studies, service projects, and mentoring opportunities. What practical changes might you want to make in your own church women’s ministry? It can be scary and painful, but it’s important to be willing to critique our own ministry and ask how God might be challenging us to change. We’ve put together this downloadable resource to help you get started.
A collection of Bible-based articles and resources to use for yourself or with a group of other women.
There's a Change Afoot
By JoHannah Reardon
How to use "How to Deepen Your Women's Ministry" for a group study
Why I Don't Do Women's MinistryAdditional Resources: Articles, books, and Bible studies to help you further
Many churches run shallow, one-dimensional programs that miss important opportunities to minister to women.
By Amy Simpson
What Women's Ministry Can Be
I finally learned about identity, mission, and worth.
By Amy Jackson
Why It's Your Job to Break the Women's Ministry Stereotype
Sure, some of us are choking on cutesy things, but many of us are working towards a new model of discipleship.
By Sharon Hodde Miller
Life, Doctrine, and Women's Ministry
We need to give women a richer theological framework.
By Sarah Flashing
Women's Ministry the AA Way
Develop a ministry that is characterized by honesty.
By Nicole Unice
Total number of pages - 28 pages
Permission: Make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.