Connecting women to key doctrine and Women’s Ministry topics.  Use this video for your own personal encouragement or share them with your Women’s Ministry to invite women to connect in conversation around these truths.  Here are some questions to get you started as well as some resources to dig deeper on this topic.

Questions to connect around:

  1. Tell your story of a woman who invested in you. How did she shape and influence you into the woman you have become?
  2. Tell the story of a younger woman you are investing in currently. How is that relationship bringing you joy and purpose?
  3. Consider the current ministries at your church. How is women’s ministry involved in inter-generational ministry across ministry areas?
  4. Spend some time brainstorming about ways you can add the dimension of inter-generational ministry to what you are currently doing in Women’s Ministry.

Helpful Resources:

True Woman Kit – Resources to Disciple young women

Becoming a True Woman While I Still Have a Curfew – Susan Hunt

My ABC Verses – Susan Hunt

About Ronjanett Taylor:

Ronjannett is the wife of ruling elder Bryant, mother of three, and GiGi to two little granddaughters. She has been a member of Redeemer Church PCA in Jackson, MS since its inception in 2004 and has served in women’s ministry, choir, discipleship to younger women, and most cherished as coordinator of the Sister Cooks ministry. Ronjanett currently serves as the Diversity At Large Advisor on the PCA Women’s Ministry team under the Committee on Discipleship Ministries (CDM).

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