Women's Ministries Resources

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Click on the links below for notes from our Women's Ministry teaching events.

2012 Women's Fall Breakaway

Learning and Teaching - Being teachable like a younger woman and able to teach like an older woman (Linda Jones)

In the Shadow of His Wings - Making the most of quiet time (Janine Breton)

All X's (Chromosomes) - Biblical femininity (Elberta Bergeron)

Less of Me and More of We - Learning how to be a valuable ministry team player (Lisa Dyke)

Happiness Is... - Learning to be content (Susan Hanudel)

Phases and Stages - Managing life's transitions (Leslie Schumacher)

Not Enough Time in the Day - Learning how to structure your life and balance where you invest your time (Ellen Buehler)

My Space...A Greenhouse? - Fostering an environment that encourages you and those around you to flourish (Carol Parker)

Relationships 101 - Enjoying gospel-centered relationships (Beth Masters)

So What's for Dinner?- Practical advice on nutrition, meal-planning and preperation so you can better serve others (Carol Koch)


2011 Women's Winter Warm-Up

Stand and Deliver - Preparing a talk for a women's outreach event (Beth Burton)

WIBS Reloaded - Leading, assisting, and contributing to the annual Women’s Investigative Bible Studies (Kris Gleason)

Go TEAM! - Being a team player in ministry for the sake of the gospel and for our own personal growth (Linda Jones)

Servant in Training - What it means to be a true servant at home, at church, and in our own walk with the Lord (Elizabeth Bass)
That's a Good Question - Asking good questions in conversation and writing questions for discussion groups (Terry Walsh)

Choices for Less Stress - Navigating life’s challenges to make wiser decisions and be freed up for greater service to our King (Kathy Wistrom)

In the Trenches - Practical ways to better manage different areas of our lives and allow us more time to serve the Lord (Michele Gammal)

Finding Refreshment - Re-igniting your love for Christ and His gospel (Carol Parker)