The Women’s Ministry of CCF exists to help the women of CCF (1) grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ, (2) be equipped to spiritually disciple others, and (3) understand how God has specifically designed them and equipped them for the work of the ministry; in concert with the broader vision and ministry model of CCF. This is from a biblical belief and understanding that as women bring their voices and unique gifts to the local body at CCF, the church becomes more and more effective and God-honoring. Email Erin Shaw (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any specific questions.
Women’s Bible Studies
Our Women’s Bible Studies will pick back up in the Fall of 2019
We would like to invite you to come to our once a month gathering with other women where we encourage Christ-centered fellowship, prayers, and friendship. Each month we have a different topic, potluck theme, and location. Feel free to invite friends, and if you are new to CCF, this is a great opportunity to meet others. Keep up with the worship folder, look for email reminders or e-mail Rachel Allen (email@example.com) for more information about where we will be meeting this month.
We would like to invite you to come to our once a month Friday breakfast with other women where we encourage Christ-centered fellowship, prayers, and friendship. Feel free to invite friends, and if you are new to CCF, this is a great opportunity to meet others. Keep up with the worship folder, look for email reminders or e-mail Betty Steiger (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about where we will be meeting this month.
We are never meant to be "lone rangers" as Christ-followers. We are headed toward disaster when we choose to do so. In intentional discipling relationships, two or three Christians of the same sex meet to study scripture or a helpful book, hold one another accountable, memorize scripture and pray. Although these are recommended practices as you meet, these relationships tend to materialize and operate in different ways.
Intentional discipling often flows out of the relationships being built within the local church. We encourage you to seek these types of relationships out, both as the one helping to disciple and the one being discipled. This is so important in our growth as followers of Christ. We are both needy and needed.
For ideas, suggestions and different options for what Intentional Discipleship Groups might look like, CLICK HERE!
If you have any questions about this or don't know where exactly to get started please contact email@example.com