Do you need to rethink your team structure, Bible studies, or discipleship approach?
Does your event framework, outreach, or publicity need to be refreshed?
Rethinking Women's Ministry invites leaders to take a fresh look at their women's ministry framework through the lens of Scripture and prayer. Cyndee tackles the common obstacles women's ministry leaders face: generational gaps, unwilling mentors, biblical illiteracy, cliques, social media, sacred cows, and more!
Using real-life, practical examples and easy-to-adopt strategies, Rethinking Women's Ministry gives leaders tools to develop a women's ministry that flourishes!
Find the tools you need to:
- Expand the reach of your ministry
- Adapt to today's culture
- Engage women of all generations
- Nurture transformation with grace
- Effectively evaluate your ministry and events
With a vision for women's ministry in the modern church, Cyndee challenges leaders to rethink current ministry practices. Rather than focusing on Pinterest-worthy productions, this book urges leaders to design events and activities that grow meaningful connections with one another and cultivate a deeper relationship with God--the elements of true discipleship.
Readers have access to additional free resources online including a Post Event Evaluation Form, Ministry Health Assessment, and sample job descriptions to help them apply the concepts in their own ministry.
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Cyndee serves as a mentor to thousands of women’s ministry leaders through her website and Facebook community, Women’s Ministry Toolbox. Pulling from over twenty years of experience ministering to women and service in five different women’s ministries, Cyndee shares tried-and-true tips and ideas that equip leaders to cultivate a Christ-focused community.
"If you’re a women’s ministry leader, Rethinking Women's Ministry is your essential handbook! Author Cyndee Ownbey asks the right questions, provides practical solutions then directs leaders to seek God for how their ministry can best glorify Him." Leslie Bennett, Manager of Women’s Ministry Initiatives, Revive Our Hearts