T2 Women's Ministry
Women's Ministry

god-is-biggerTitus 2 Women’s Ministry

We are delighted to announce that the AFBC Titus 2 Women’s Ministry Team is hosting a women’s conference for our church and community on Friday, April 27th and Saturday, April 28th.  Sheila Womble, of Planting Seeds to Trees Ministries from Cairo, GA, will be sharing her personal testimony and speaking on the Overflow of God’s Love in our lives as women!  Her guest Malorie Whitley, will be leading worship for the event.

We are seeking volunteers and women from our church who may feel led to share their personal testimony during this event.  We are encouraging you (women and men) to begin praying for this event; that women will attend with open hearts and that God will use both Sheila and Malorie for His glory through the Overflow conference.

We will have a sign-up sheet posted for those who are interested and pre-registration packets in the lobby of our church.  There is also an online registration option found through Facebook.  Cost for attendance is $15 each or two attendees for $10 each as we would like to encourage each attendee to bring a guest!  Food and child care will be provided for women who attend.   Please contact any of the Titus 2 Women’s Ministry Team if you have any questions or would like to volunteer your time or your testimony!

Learn more about our guest and her ministry at www.sheilawomble.com

Titus 2 Women’s Ministry Team:
Janet Bobo, Cindy Gibson, Amanda Gambill, Sherrie Hammond and Heather Luther

WMU News for December 2018

December is here—the 12th and last month of the year 2018.  Where has it all gone??  December can be one of the busiest times of the year with church fellowships, meals, Christmas cantatas, etc.-makes me tired just thinking about it!  But before we get too caught up in doing, let’s resolve (before New Year’s) to not allow the world to shift our focus off the one most important event ever-the birth of Jesus Christ.  We need to be about His business, not our own.  Look around and see what we can do to make others have a better holiday-taking a meal or baked goods to a shut-in, feeding the homeless, contributing to those organizations which help others such as Reach or the Johnson Friendship Home for the homeless.  There are so many ways we can be the hands and feet of Jesus.  One way we can help those away from home this year is through our Lottie Moon Christmas offering.  This offering goes to support our International Missionaries throughout the world, many in places where the birth of Christ is unknown or not recognized. We have a goal of $6500, but that is just a number.  God can take whatever we joyously give and multiply it to do the most good for His glory.  The Lottie Moon post office will be opened again this month and all stamp money will go toward our Lottie Moon offering.  Let’s all slow down some and enjoy this very special month, always remembering “Jesus IS the reason for the season”.

Merry Christmas,

Helen

 

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