Women of the Way

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Keeping Your Silver and Gold

As we get back to worship gatherings, family functions, and community events, we’re so excited to get together with our favorite people! Who’s the first person you’re going to meet up with? In this time of separation, we’ve really felt how much we need our people! “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other gold.  A circle’s round it has no end, that’s how long […]

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Ministry is Not About Me

I’ve been doing church ministry most of my life in some form or another- about 30 years, give or take. Even though I’ve been doing this all my life, I’ve been guilty of taking my eyes off the true purpose and goal of serving in the church. If I’m not careful, I can start to view ministry as this trophy that I’ve earned as a badge of honor. I’m tempted […]

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Women Need Women

Everybody’s first mentor was, of course, their mother. Your mother was likely the first woman to have significant influence in shaping your life. My mother was no different- she had a tremendous amount of wisdom while I was growing up: -I don’t care how tall you get, I will climb up in that chair and get you! (She is much shorter than me because I shot up past her at […]

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