More than 70 Women Train for Service

More than 70 Women Train for Service Did you know that on a worldwide basis, the average church congregation is composed of at least 65 percent women? In many local churches, the percentage is even higher. That’s why it’s so important for women to be involved in the work God has given them. What a powerful influence they can have reaching our communities for Jesus. This is part of the message that Ardis Stenbakken, General Conference women’s ministry leader for the past eight years, brought to the Washington Conference local women’s ministry leaders. On Feb. 19, 70 local leaders met to be inspired, share ideas, and learn ways to meet the needs of women in the church and community. This event, held this year at the brand-new Korean Central Church, is part of the yearly training program that is planned by the Women’s Advisory Committee. Each year leadership training is offered so that with the Holy Spirit's leading, each person will be enabled to return to their local church to serve and train others.

More than 70 Women Train for Service

Did you know that on a worldwide basis, the average church congregation is composed of at least 65 percent women? In many local churches, the percentage is even higher. That’s why it’s so important for women to be involved in the work God has given them. What a powerful influence they can have reaching our communities for Jesus. This is part of the message that Ardis Stenbakken, General Conference women’s ministry leader for the past eight years, brought to the Washington Conference local women’s ministry leaders.

On Feb. 19, 70 local leaders met to be inspired, share ideas, and learn ways to meet the needs of women in the church and community. This event, held this year at the brand-new Korean Central Church, is part of the yearly training program that is planned by the Women’s Advisory Committee. Each year leadership training is offered so that with the Holy Spirit's leading, each person will be enabled to return to their local church to serve and train others.

April 01, 2005 / Washington Conference
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