RSS

Women's Ministry

Women's Ministry

Is your women’s ministry team intent on creating a welcoming atmosphere for the regular attenders  as well as visitors? Do you know what criterion first-time visitors use to decide if they will return to your church next Sunday, or if they will return to a service after visiting your women’s ministry event? What kinds of things draw them; what pushes them away? 

How do the women in your church relate to each other? What does a visitor see when she walks in the door? Are there age-cliques? Does she overhear  gossip?  “. . . walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love, being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace” (Eph. 4:1-3).

Are your women’s ministry programs intent on developing mature relationships with Christ even if it means stepping out of comfort zones? Is there involvement out of love for the Lord and others? “Now the God of peace  . . . equip you in every good thing to do His will, working in us that which is pleasing in His sight, through Jesus Christ, to whom be the glory forever and ever. Amen” (Heb. 13:20-21).


We invite you to consider Just Between Us (JBU) as part of your women’s ministry team. We have a large network of resources and articles available for you to use. Browse our website for creative and exciting ideas and links.


7 steps for a successful women's ministry to bring new women to your team and keep them! more

Women's Ministry

An inter-generational Bible study is a reminder of the importance of incorporating women from all ages and stages of life into women's ministry programming. more

Women's Ministry

Whether it’s at home, in our ministries, or in any other area of our lives, we long for balance. How can we stay ignited and have a bright flame without getting burned or burning out? more

Ministry Life

Going places she never wanted to go, but loved, and facing challenges she never expected, but embraced, Elizabeth Murphy continues to walk through God's opened doors. more

Inspirational Stories

As women in ministry, our schedules are packed. The demands on our time are endless and the needs of people around us are continuous. How do we break free from a life that's too full? more

Women's Ministry

Do you tend toward people-pleasing or bulldozing? Why not seek a middle ground? Wise women and influential leaders strive to be peacemakers in their relationships. more

Women's Ministry

Laurie McIntyre is passionate about reaching women for Christ. If you’re involved in women’s ministry, or any ministry, you’ll be able to relate to some of the challenges Laurie has faced. more

Women's Ministry

Every ministry will face challenges as they’re conceived and implemented by imperfect people. But no pitfall can do more damage than having unrealistic expectations. more

Women's Ministry

Use these tips to keep your women's ministry fresh with purpose and pizzazz. more

Women's Ministry

When we aren't professional counselors, helping others with their struggles can be a challenge. more

Ministry Life

Striving in women's ministry for when we can all welcome each other as equals to share the challenges of changing this world for Christ. more

Women's Ministry

How to handle a congregations unrealistic expectations of its leaders. more

Pastors' Wives

How to get women off the "guilt" trip and believe in God's unfailing love. more

Women's Ministry

God has used Bev Hislop's heart for the hurting to launch a ministry to women. more

Women's Ministry

Tips on starting a women's ministry program in your small church. more

Women's Ministry

Teen MOPS is coming to the aid of pregnant teenagers and ministering to teenage mothers. more

Women's Ministry

Ideas for helping women's ministry participants to become all they can be. more

Women's Ministry

In order to engage women, we must put people over tasks. We must set our own expectations aside to respond to what God wants us to do. more

Women's Ministry

Jesus calls and equips us women for service—as in His day, so in ours. We too can travel with Jesus. more

Women's Ministry

Are your women's retreats in a rut? Get a fresh perspective! more

Women's Ministry

Christmas Gift Offer

Melissa Spoelstra

  • Run for Your Life

    Run for Your Life

    Running is usually a mark of a coward, but sometimes God calls us to flee. When Potiphar’s wife tempted Joseph daily by inviting him to sleep with her, he learned to stay out of her way. more

Melissa Spoelstra
email signup
Our store
Greeting cards
Soul Refreshment
Hope!