Christian Women Empowerment

Congratulations! Your church has nominated you to be the women’s ministry leader. This is such a special task and you’re now charged with specifically targeting the women in a way that no one else can. While it’s an intensely layered responsibility, there are a few ways to lay a good foundation.

1. Spiritual
The spiritual aspect of the women’s ministry is paramount. Implement a bible study group that encourages biblical literacy and comprehension. When women are filled up with more of who God is, this is the ultimate form of Christian women empowerment. It’s also a good idea to connect with other women in other churches and countries. Implement initiatives where women have the opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus. When they can serve as missionaries in other countries, they’re able to understand more about the needs and what God always calls his people to. Try to implement intiatives for the women on a montly basis. As you get into a groove and figure out what the needs are, you can do it on a more frequent. Start small and build. At the core, it’s about prayer, love and service. Put forth quality programs and initiatives.

2. Relational
No one can understand a woman like another woman. Knowing this, it’s a good idea to create opportunities for women to bond and have fun with one another. Schedule game nights and paint nights where the women can let their hair down and have fun. It’s in these types of moments that they really get to know each other better.

3. Physical
In many churches, there are tons of women who are walking around and feeling worn down by their responsibilities. Deep down, there’s a woman who wants to thrive and be captivating. As the women’s ministry leader, you have the power to reach out to the women and inspire them to improve their appearance in ways that will change their lives. Whether it involves eating well, getting more rest or going to the spa, encouraging women to take an interest in their physical appearance is an aspect you shouldn’t ignore.

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