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Women Leaders
Fresh Ideas for Women's Ministry
Tools for evangelism, discipleship, and mentoring.
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This downloadable packet from Gifted for Leadership offers articles that will challenge and deepen your understanding of how women can discover their gifts and identity in fresh ministry opportunities.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Welcoming Women to Church
Cultivate a church culture that is welcoming and loving--others will sense its presence.

Different Women, Different Groups
Reaching diverse women may require you to bypass a one-size-fits all ministry.

Why Women Resist Community
Overcoming comparison, competition, and mistrust to create good feelings.

Drawing Younger Women
Ways to build ministry that will be attractive to all generations.

Lessons for Women's Ministry Leaders
When she took over a women's Bible study, this leader learned some important lessons.

What's Working in Women's Ministries
These ideas and strategies are finding success in all kinds of churches.

Out of the Box Events
Fresh ways women's ministry leaders are reaching out to women today.

Living Life as a Mentor
Add this significant one-to-one dimension to your ministry.

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Getting Good Press
How the media can help you reach out.

Topics:Family ministry, Mentoring, Outreach, Women, Women's ministry
Filters:Pastor, Small group leader, Woman leader, Women's ministry
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September 25, 2014  6:25pm

I like the fresh ideas for womens minitries.

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