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Number of Pages: 363
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2005
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Building an Effective Women's Ministry is a one-of-a-kind how-to manual that offers a wide-range of help to women, from those just starting out to those who have a thriving ministry but could use a fresh idea or two.
Sharon Jaynes, vice president of Proverbs 31 Ministries, honestly addresses some of the questions women encounter as they put their dreams in action, and she offers clear direction for concerns that include
- I want to start a women's ministry, but I don't know where to begin.
- My women's ministry is stale and needs new life.
- I've been asked to lead a women's ministry, and I'm scared to death.
God has wonderful things in store for those who will build a ministry with Him.
Sharon Jaynes is an international inspirational speaker and Bible teacher for women’s conferences and events. She is also the author of several books, including Becoming the Woman of His Dreams and Becoming Spiritually Beautiful. Sharon and her husband, Steve, have one grown son, Steven, and live in North Carolina.
When it comes to building an effective women’s ministry, Sharon Jaynes has hit the nail on the head. This manual is an allinclusive guide that provides the nuts and bolts for starting, maintaining, and growing an effective ministry. Whether beginning a new ministry from the ground up or breathing new life into an existing one, Sharon gives biblically sound, practical ideas for leading women into a vital and vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ.”
Tim Clinton, President American Association of Christian Counselors and Julie Clinton, President Extraordinary Women
Building an Effective Women’s Ministry is a brand new book from Harvest House Publishers. Sharon Jaynes, vice president of Proverbs 31 Ministries, is the author. This book has planning helps for beginning and maintaining your women’s ministries plus ideas for programs and special events. You know which section I turned to first, don’t you? That’s right. The idea section. Sharon has some good ideas. Great cover and helpful contents!!!”
Brenda Poinsett, MOWMU Women’s Ministry Consultant
A wellorchestrated women’s ministry is like a beautiful dance, bringing grace and creativity to the Body of Christ. In Building An Effective Women’s Ministry, gifted author Sharon Jaynes not only teaches the basic dance steps, but all the intricate footwork that prepares women to have Scripturally beautiful feet’ in order to share Christ’s Gospel of peace. And with her trademark practical, powerful, and persuasive writing, Sharon Jaynes continues to lead the way in helping women to draw strength from Christ and, in turn, strengthen others in Him. I highly recommend this thoroughly comprehensive guide to women’s ministries. Your women, your church, and your community need the potent principles outlined in this wonderful book. It will masterfully lead them in Christ’s dance of joy!”
Lynn D. Morrissey, author of Love Letters to God: Deeper Intimacy through Written Prayer and AWSA/CLASS Speaker
Although Building and Effective Women’s Ministry is 363 pages long, I devoured it, covertocover, in one sitting. The writing style was as comfortable as the content was practical. As I read, my highlighter pen flew along, tracing the many aha’ moments inspired along the way. The acronyms, ministry models, suggested timelines and sections on ministry personalities were especially insightful. The quotes, stories and analogies made this weighty subject both intriguing and fun. A terrific resource!”
Marnie Swedberg, Author, Speaker, & Webhostess
Book ReaderAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Worth the moneyAugust 13, 2012Book ReaderAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book is filled with practical advice, ideas, and helpful tips. As a newcomer to Women's Ministry, I have found this book to be invaluable. The author encourages you as the leader of Women's Ministry while also giving advice on watching out for pitfalls, how to build your ministry team, and the importance of your relationship with the Lord. This is an excellent book with a richness of wisdom, resources, and helps to aid anyone who is leading a Women's Ministry team.
Erica Powell4 Stars Out Of 5April 28, 2010Erica PowellThis book has lots of useful information. I hope to incorporate it into the ministry I will be working with.
Tammy Strain4 Stars Out Of 5February 25, 2009Tammy StrainI just bought this book and finding it very useful for critiquing the needs of our church group and how to bring our group closer together. I highly recommend it for those not sure where to start.
Susan BFallbrook, CAAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5February 7, 2008Susan BFallbrook, CAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleThis is an outstanding book for women who are trying to develop or improve their Women's Ministry. Jaynes touches on many of the critical and foundational aspects of having a successful Women's Ministry. Specifically, the need for prayer. It is an easy read and nicely laid out. I have been involved in Women's Ministry for over ten years and have read many books. This on is a keeper. I think our Women's Ministry needs to read this together.