Written by author Susan Hunt, this Bible Study series teaches the Bible from a covenantal perspective recognizes that a women’s Bible study does not stand alone. It is to be a part of the entire discipleship ministry of a local church.
The church must pull out all stops and do whatever needs to be done to reach the next generation with the truths of God. We have to go beyond the call of duty to communicate to our young people that we love and care for them.
We often lack a biblical world and life view when it comes to being good stewards of our time, spiritual gifts, and financial resources. Does your checkbook reveal dents in accumulation and consumption, or commitment and sacrifice?
This series of booksis a proven starting point for building a women’s ministry that’s driven by more than just events, projects, or personalities.It is a foundation for a women’s ministry driven by the Word of God. Each of the five books is practical, proven, and biblically based. And a separate Leader’s Guide is available for each title to help make the study a meaningful experience for every woman in your church.
Most everybody talks about relational ministry. Yet relationships are so easy to miss because our agendas call for more important things. I’m embarrassed that I don’t know the names of some of the people in our little church. That creates an awkwardness that inhibits any attempt to go further. Think of the people … Continued
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A suggested pattern for localchurches to use when installing Women in the Church officers. Contains questions for both officers and women in the congregation.
By James E. Bordwine. The feeling of inad
By Mike Rasmussen. God has not commanded us to observe Christmas. But, if we do, how should we observe it?
By Debra Evans. As difficult as it may seem, God enabled Leroy to feel what he describes as a wonderful calmness, an absence of fear in anticipation of seeing Jesus face to face.