We’d like to share the exciting news with you that we are now Central Women. We are still Women’s Ministries – that doesn’t change. But Central Women is a new, inclusive description of women’s ministries in our territory designed to attract new women to ministry possibilities. Central Women, we feel, will appeal not only to our longtime […]

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Well it’s Friday! Let’s look back on what’s happened this week and look at some things from out in the internet worldwide we think you’d like. The Prepare Podcast Episode 7 with Sara Johnson – click HERE Central Territory Women’s Ministries Mission Team to Alaska! Apply HERE Territorial Anti-Trafficking Council – Encounter – contact [email protected] […]

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If you’re like me, you’re using August to plan your women’s programs for the 2015 – 2016 program year. 2014 – 2015 flew by, and I’m reflecting on what worked and what didn’t work. What events, conversations, moments, and programs helped women connect to Jesus and each other? What can be done better to make the space […]

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Need a word this morning? One of our go-to preachers is Major Danielle Strickland. We’re listening to her as we work, letting the Holy Spirit minister to our soul through her preaching. In this audio sermon she is speaking to a group of women inspiring them to what they can accomplish together for the kingdom […]

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Lie #2 – Other Girls Can’t Be Trusted The unfortunate truth is, there is a little bit of truth in this lie.  But it’s a lie that it has to be this way.  “Social exclusion is one of the most common, and therefore normalized, form of bullying. This is the most common among girls. 1 in […]

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One of the strongest ways we will grow Women’s Ministries is by investing in teenage women. Even though we once were teenage women, and should be able to relate directly, knowing their anxieties and fears – adult women are struggling to understand and know how to relate, love and counsel the teenage women in their lives. In this video, […]

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Kainantu is the Divisional Headquarters for the North Eastern Division, and it sits on the main “highway” that leads from the port city of Lae on the northeast coast of PNG, up into the highlands on the other end of the highway at Goroka and beyond. The countryside is beautiful, and you might imagine water […]

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