Item description for Women Mentoring Women: Ways to Start, Maintain and Expand a Biblical Women's Ministry by Vickie Kraft, Gwynne Johnson & Jeanne Hendricks...
Overview The 21st Century has brought a new urgency for Christian women to search for meaningful relationships in which they can live out their faith. "Women Mentoring Women" offers the solution to a chronic weakness in churches: the lack of involvement of wives, sisters, mothers, and daughters in vital women's ministries.
Publishers Description The 21st century has brought a new urgency for Christian women to search for meaningful relationships whee they can live out their faith. This is due in part to our increasingly secular lifestyle and the radical changes in marriage and family life that have isolated and discouraged many women. "Women Mentoring Women" offers the solution to a chronic weakness in churches: the lack of involvement of wives, sisters, mothers, and daughters in vital women's ministries.
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 8.75" Height: 11" Weight: 1.44 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
ISBN 0802448895 ISBN13 9780802448897
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More About Vickie Kraft, Gwynne Johnson & Jeanne Hendricks
VICKIE KRAFT (M.A., Dallas Theological Seminary) served as Minister to Women at Northwest Bible Church in Dallas for over 13 years. She is also co-founder of Titus 2:4 Ministries Inc., a ministry established to encourage and equip women to mentor and disciple the generation following them, and to help local churches start effective, relevant women's ministries. She travels to speak nationally and internationally and is the author of "Women Mentoring Women: Ways to Start, Maintain and Expand a Biblical Women's Ministry, The Influential Woman," and "Facing Your Feelings." GWYNNE JOHNSON (M.A., Dallas Theological Seminary), a popular conference and retreat speaker, demonstrates in her writing strong communication skills and extensive practical ministry to women. She is the author of "So You re Moving, Women Mentoring Women: Ways to Start, Maintain, and Expand a Biblical Women's Ministry," and contributed to "More Than Conquerors." Gwynne lives in Dallas, Texas, with her husband, Don. They have one daughter and two grandchildren."
Reviews - What do customers think about Women Mentoring Women?
Women's ministry how-to help Sep 25, 2004
I found this book incredibly valueable in beginning an effective and enjoyable women's ministry at our church! Not only are there examples of flyers, surveys and information sheets, there are ideas for fellowships, the best time to have them and even how to gather ideas from the ladies at your church. I have put many of their ideas to work and with great success. There are so many good suggestions that your imagination is bound to be sparked and you will soon have a thriving ladies ministry of your own!
Melissa Schweihofer Mar 17, 1998
I feel the book has a lot to give. The Heart to Heart Ministry was wonderful. I feel you can apply a lot of the information in the book. The Day Care section should have been more in line of helping not talking about things women already fear. My Church did use the surveys and they were a great sucess. Women need to apply things in the book that will help them grow and leave those things that is not for them.
Organized, Useful, but the book prefer's stay-at home mom's Jan 27, 1998
I liked the book for its organization, and practical way it presented all the areas of Women's Ministry, etc. But I was a little put off by the focused preference for women to be stay-at home moms, almost as if it were a sin to work outside the home, which it isn't. Also the book had a whole appendix on how day care for children is bad -- which was written by a man.