A Disciple who makes Disciples

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The women’s ministry in our church has been life-changing. When I began coming to Grace Baptist Church in 2000, I had little to no experience in church life. The ladies of Grace were quick to scoop me up and disciple me. It began as an invitation to join them in Sunday School, then the choir. The weekly Bible Studies were my favorite and as time went on I too, began to disciple others. That’s why I adore Women’s Ministry. The heart of Women’s Ministry is being a disciple who makes disciples.

It was through Sunday School and weekly Bible Studies that I began to connect with other women in different seasons of their maturity in Christ. I gleaned the power of their testimonies and saw how they used God’s Word for every day life. Also, I witnessed their faith when husbands and children ran to heaven ahead of them. They clung to Jesus through prayer and the promises in Scripture to be able to navigate the loss. Those ladies and a I have lived lots of life together. Many see me more than they do their own families.

What about you? How are you making disciples? In what ways are you reaching out to the ladies in your church and communities? I would love to hear your insights and testimonies!

Till next time!

Making Disciples,



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  1. Posted July 11, 2017 at 7:54 pm | Permalink

    I love this post! Sunday School has been a huge part of my Christian walk. I was not raised in church and when I was saved as an adult, Sunday School is what connected me to others and helped me grow closer to Christ.

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