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Women's Ministry Meet 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Third Saturday of Each Month

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Message from Women's Ministry

Titus 3: 4-8

" But when the kindness and love of God our Savior appeared, he saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. He saved us through the washing of rebirth and renewal by the Holy Spirit, whom he poured out on us generously through Jesus Christ our Savior, so that, having been justified by his grace, we might become heirs having the hope of eternal life. This is a trustworthy saying. And I want you to stress these things, so that those who have trusted in God may be careful to devote themselves to doing what is good. These things are excellent and profitable for everyone."


ZPBC 2012 Theme: Seedlings - Cracking the Code

Godly Women Growing in Grace, Wisdom, Knowledge, and Understanding
Scripture: Acts 2:41-47

MISSION STATMENT: Provide spiritually based information, which inspires, renews, and enhances the lives of women to cope with various issues whereby fellowship can be nurtured.

PURPOSE: Through scripture, we seek to encourage, nurture, and disciple women to become enthusiastic disciples of Jesus Christ, as we each become the woman that God created each of us to be. In addition, we promote spiritual growth, a personal relationship with God, loving relationships with one another, and advance the goal of family church, and community. We also strive to compliment the existing ministries and support the vision of the church.

GOALS: Connect women to women through outreach, fellowship, and ministry. • Discover the strength and healing that is available through the Word of God.• Develop Christ-like character, discipline, and relationships at home, work, church, and in the community. • Develop and organize a ministry, which will speak to the particular needs, issues, and concerns of all women at various stages in their lives. • Identify and foster the God-given gifts and talents of all women in the ministry.

OBJECTIVES: Attend monthly Women’s Ministry meetings. • Equip all women with an understanding of the Word of God and His purpose for their life. • Develop a daily prayer life individually and with a prayer sister. • Make spiritual growth a priority by being an active participant in Sunday School, Bible Study, and other teaching/training opportunities. • Present opportunities to understand and develop spiritual gifts and talents through workshops, conferences, and fellowships.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Work in conjunction and collaboration with the Pastor and all ministries of the Church. • Allow our God-given gifts and talents to be used for the uplifting of the ministry. • Respect the work and efforts of others. • Conduct all meetings in an organized, spiritual, and God-directed manner so that He may receive all the glory. Support and encourage one another, guarding each other’s reputations.• Support and participate in the Women’s Ministry activities.

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WM Announcements

"Understanding Seeds in the Bible"

February - Plant a Seed, Get a Harvest!

March - The Parable of the Sower!

April - Except a Seed Fall into the Ground and Die!

May - The Kingdom of God is like a Man that Sowed Good Seed!

June - New Testament Seed Laws Applied!

July - The Seed of Resurrection!

August - If You Abide IN ME and My Words Abide IN YOU!

September - How are Spiritual Babies Conceived?

October - We Are the Seed of Abraham!

November - Seeds and Weeds!

December - Planting Financial Seeds!

Women's Ministries POC: Rev. Sandra Sessoms-Penny

Come and join us as we continue to consecrate ourselves for God’s glory throughout the year. Bring a “sister friend” and your favorite breakfast dish. Teenagers are welcomed. Be prepared to study God’s word and fellowship with the sisters. Remember to bring personal care item(s) for the homeless shelter and nonperishable food item(s) for the Elijah Barrel.

ZPBC Reading Group: For additional information contact Sis Veronica Washington


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