Ministering to Working Women


Often women who work in careers other than homemaking have a low participation rate in church women’s ministries. So, how can your women’s ministry better reach out to women who work outside of the home or in a home-based business?

In this downloadable resource, you’ll find some challenging thoughts to consider as you evaluate your own women’s ministry as well as some inspiring, practical ideas and strategies for better connecting with and ministering to the career women in your church.

A collection of Bible-based articles and resources to use for yourself or with a group of other women.


Confessions of a Bible Study Dropout.
by Kelli B. Trujillo

Leaders Guide
How to use this Women's Ministry Essentials download.
Leader to Leader:
Why I Don't Do Women's Ministry
When you don't quite fit in traditional women's ministry.
by Amy Simpson

A Paradigm Shift
Who most women’s ministries exclude...and what to do about it.
Interview of Ronna Detrick Miller by Joy-Elizabeth Lawrence

Moving Targets
Rethinking women’s ministry in our ever-changing culture.
by Naomi Gaede-Penner

What Working Women Say
Insights and ideas for women’s ministry from women who work outside the home.

Beyond the Tea Party
5 strategies for reaching working women.
by Kelli B. Trujillo
Evaluation Tools for Leaders:
Evaluate Your Ministry to Working Women
An assessment tool for leaders to help you cast a vision for women's ministry.

Tell Us What You Think!
A survey to give to participants to help you discover what the women in your ministry think.

Additional resources
Books to help you further.
Total number of pages - 44 pages

Format: PDF


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Permission: Make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.