You Are Loved
A Note From Marlinda
Being a woman in today’s world can be complicated–mostly because we get pulled in so many directions. But, whether you are a young woman struggling to finish school, a wife in a challenging marriage, a mother with young or not so young children, or a gal simply in need of a hug, we’re here to help you find God. Within you is the ability to reflect our Savior with simplicity, strength and grace–as you seek to know, love and serve him with fiery passion. Together will will learn to love others as we discover how Jesus loves us. Together, we will be prayerful in all things. Together, we will learn to trust God’s timing and seek his face. Together, we will persevere in the face of adversity and ask for wisdom along the way. Together, we are always growing. Together, we will bloom! Click on the images below to read these blog posts (written by women just like you). Then, we invite you to share your thoughts and join the conversation!
Marlinda (Women’s Ministry Director)
We Are Sisters
Bloom! is where women are cherished by their spiritual sisters! It’s where we feed, relate to and nurture each other. Here is where you will be encouraged to bloom in your relationship with Jesus Christ in significance, sisterhood and service. SIGNIFICANCE – You are called to be a powerful woman of God and to play a vital role in society. Every woman should understand her worth, her identity in Christ, and her place in the Kingdom at every stage of life. SISTERHOOD – Together in Christ we are called to love, heal and support one another. As we connect with other women in our quest to grow stronger, we will also grow stronger in God. SERVICE – “God what do you want me to do for others?” is our constant prayer. We are called to seize opportunities to “do good” as a vital part of blooming in God.
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