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There are TONS of Resources available for you to spread God's Love.

To report to the NCC on what programs have been successful at your church, use the statistical forms here.

A new Women's Ministries Bible has been published by the ABC.

Young Women's Resources

Announcing the 2016 NCC Young Women's Ministry Banquet in Fairfield Sunday evening, October 23.  Click here to get the flyer.

Click to download a slide show on our Young Women's Ministries.

A New Magazine specifically for teen girls "Gorgeous In God's Image" (GIGI).
Click to download a sample issue of GIGI.
GIGI also offers "Little Miss GIGI," for girls 6 to 11.
Click to download a sample issue of Little Miss GIGI.

 

 

Greater Than Rubies - Impact Girls In Your Local Area Aimee Regester has been involved in intentional, informal mentorship for a about two and a half years. She believes that "Greater Than Rubies" is the simplest, most effective way to make a positive impact on the lives of the young women in your church, school or neighborhood. Almost anyone can follow the steps I’ve outlined, and I believe that girls as young as 16 can have MAJOR influence for God and for good by using this model to reach out to other young ladies. I'm sharing my "Start Something" Guide so that you can get see what worked for me and improve on it to make a big impact with less effort in your neighborhood.


A Princess Tea is a great ministry event planned for girls under 12 where they not only get to pretend to be a princess and dress up and enjoy an afternoon tea—all fun things for little girls—but are reminded that they really ARE princesses. That God calls them His princesses.

Thinking Well Living Well

This series of ten seminars about mental health will help Christians openly and compassionately talk about this subject. Many members in the church suffer silently, live in pain and shame, and sometimes leave the church because they feel God has forsaken them. The time has come for the church to become educated and recognize when members need help. The packet is available for purchase through GC Women's Ministries for $10 each. For more information, call 1 (301) 680-6636 or email womensministres@gc.adventist.org.



For women who have taken a vacation from church

How to retain members

Heart Call is an exciting newly revised and updated resource for women who want to reach other women who are taking a break from church. Intended for local congregations, conferences and union conferences to use, the package includes:

  • 7-minute Heart Call video introducing this important ministry.
  • 100-page leader's guide including many copyable handouts for participants.
  • Easy-to-implement 5-step strategy for creating a network of friends.
  • Extensive list of other resources that help you make this ministry your own.

Available for $19.95 from Advent Source. Also available in Spanish.

M.O.R.E.—an acronym for “Moms Organized for Raw Eating”. This movement organizes mothers to become actively engaged in teaching children the importance of eating “MORE” rainbows. It builds on the firm foundation of the Eight Laws of Health attractively presented through the R.A.I.N.B.O.W.S acronym—“Rest, Activity, In-Control, Nutrition, Believe, Oxygen, Water, Sunshine.” This colorful and fun activity book inspires and encourages children in choosing an abundant life through living foods, proactive healthy habits, spiritual connectedness to God, and harmonious balance with nature.
Forever Woman - New magazine
for adult women from the people
who brought you GIGI.
Uninvited - Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out, and Lonely Help every woman in your church community live feeling loved
Other Resources
Grants

Other Resources

DVDs and Bible Studies
Made to Crave
Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World
Girls with Swords
Journey of Joy
Surprised by Love
Comparison Trap
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