What Women Want Women's Ministry Leaders to Know

Sept. 21, 2013 Karen Waddles

What do women appreciate most about women’s ministries? What do they feel they need, and why aren’t they all involved in women’s ministries? Hear what we’ve learned from a survey of women about their perceptions of the women’s ministry in their churches. You’ll be enlightened and encouraged to serve more effectively!


Karen Waddles: Why don't we open our time in prayer? God, our Father, we thank You and we praise You for this opportunity to share what You've placed on the heart of Your women in churches around this nation. We pray, Father, for hearts to hear and just a willingness to receive and embrace Your truth and to walk in the light. We pray in Jesus' name, amen.

Good morning, again. My name is Karen Waddles, and I am a pastor's wife. I've been involved in women's ministry for probably around forty years now. I'm still so full from the session that we just came out of. I'm so grateful to Nancy and to the Revive Our Hearts team that's allowed this opportunity to share with you what we've learned as the result of a survey that's been conducted over the last three months with women who are involved in …



About the Speaker

Karen Waddles

Karen Waddles

Karen Waddles is assistant to the publisher at Moody Publishers, a conference speaker, and a contributing author of Our Voices: Issues Facing Black Women in America and The Women of Color Study Bible. She and her husband, George, who has pastored for over thirty years, have four grown children and nine grandchilren. Karen's greatest joy is seeing women experience the fruit of God's blessings when they apply the principles of biblical womanhood to their lives.