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Women's Ministry

 

images/womens.jpgAs Christians, seeking to follow the example of Jesus, we believe that it is important to do what we can to meet the needs of all people, developing trust, and helping them to find the answers to their needs. For this reason, Women's Ministries has chosen to focus much of its attention to these challenges.

What it is...

  • Women's Ministries is a place to address the spiritual, emotional, physical and social needs of women in the church.
  • It encourages women to improve their potential for participation in the mission of the church.
  • It is a support system for hurting women-whether they are suffering from divorce, abuse or simply loneliness.
  • It is a forum to help address topics and issues as they affect the woman.
  • It encourages young women through a scholarship program.
  • It encourages women to become involved in all areas of ministry in their church, their community, and in their home.
  • It mentors young women so that they may find joy in the Lord.
  • Women's Ministries recognizes that women have many Gifts of the Spirit and it attempts to help women discover and use these gifts to the glory of God.

What It isn't...

  • Women's Ministries is not new. In 1898 Mrs. S.M.I. Henry, with the encouragement of Ellen G. White, headed a church department for women's ministry. Her death soon after ended the work she began. It wasn't until 1990 that the Office of Women's Ministries was once again begun. It became a full church department in 1995.
  • It is not a forum for women who have complaints, justified or not, against employers.
  • It is not a place for women to promote equal right for women, although we admit it is an important issue.
  • It is not a mere source of entertainment or the opportunity to spend endless hours on projects that merely promote selfish ideas.
  • It is not a platform for the ordination of women, although we believe that everyone should use their talents to God's glory and should receive just recognition for work done for His honor.
  • It is not male bashing. It is anti-sexist, not anti-male.
  • Women's Ministries is not exclusive. Women's Ministries wants inclusion, not the exclusion of anyone.

These are certainly challenges for everyone in the church. Women's Ministries invites all to join together to share the Good News of the Gospel.

Community Involvement

Touch The Forgotten Sense Lecture to Dona Marta Memorial District Hospital employees, October 2007.

 


 

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  • It is a forum to help address topics and issues as they affect the woman.
  • It encourages young women through a scholarship program.
  • It encourages women to become involved in all areas of ministry in their church, their community, and in their home.
  • It mentors young women so that they may find joy in the Lord.
  • Women's Ministries recognizes that women have many Gifts of the Spirit and it attempts to help women discover and use these gifts to the glory of God.
  • What It isn't...

    These are certainly challenges for everyone in the church. Women's Ministries invites all to join together to share the Good News of the Gospel.

    Community Involvement

    Touch The Forgotten Sense Lecture to Dona Marta Memorial District Hospital employees, October 2007.

     


     

    © 2007 Copyright, Seventh-day Adventist Church, Atimonan, Quezon, Philippines

    Questions Answered Worship Music Collection Videos Collection Email Atimonan Church Homepage