"Being a Proverbs 31 woman is not about perfection
it is about living life with a purpose."
At Crossroad's Women's Ministry, we have a passion for helping women see what's beneath the surface of who God created us to be. As women we often feel the pressure to reach perfection, but our purpose is not to be perfect in this world, but to be perfectly imperfect in the presence of a perfect God.
At P31 we will learn together how to grow deep where we have been planted. We are a group centered around women in all walks of life, and how in each of our walks we have a direct purpose in God's plan.
We have bible studies, retreats, seminars, campfires, progressive dinners, and a whole host of other fun things that you will want to come and be a part of.
Come visit us at the Women's Ministry table in the foyer at Crossroads on a Sunday morning. We look forward to seeing you at our next event.
For more information please call the Church Office.
Women's Ministry Leader
Crossroads has been my home church for about 14 years. I served as the Nursery coordinator for about 10 of those years. Now it is my privilege to serve as the Women's Ministry leader. I have spent nearly 20 years teaching children and encouraging parents through childhood development. I am excited to encourage women to become the strong and courageous women that God has created them to be.
Events Calendar for 2017
KTC is a program designed to pair women up, a coach with a participant,
to walk through the participant’s life issues together: a difficult marriage, parenting challenges, grief, or any other of the many painful issues that women can experience.
It is a program designed with Titus 2:3-5 in mind, verses of scripture that place the responsibility for teaching younger women upon the godly
maturing older women of the church. The spiritual maturity, empathy, and various life experiences of older women create a huge reservoir of
God-given strength and encouragement for younger women. The KTC
ministry taps into this reservoir by pairing older women with younger
women in a “coaching” relationship for 8 weeks.
The coach and participant will agree to meet for 8 weeks and will sign a covenant agreement. In order for the relationship to develop you commit to getting together at least once a week. The length and location of the meetings are mutually decided between you and your coach.
The KTC ministry promotes healing and growth through the love, support and guidance of the KTC coaches.
If you or someone you know is interested in getting paired with a KTC coach or you need more info, please call:
Ferol Ireland, Coordinator
Kitchen Table Coaching (KTC) Ministry