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What I'm Learning About . . . Women's Ministry

What I'm Learning About . . . Women's Ministry

Women have special talents and gifts to contribute to the global church. Here are some tips on how to both participate and lead authentically and effectively.

From dogsledding in northern Minnesota to hosting Bible studies to serving local communities, women are finding diverse ways to contribute their gifts to the church. Here's how four women have found satisfaction participating in and leading women's ministries worldwide.

Nicole Unice


I used to think Alcoholics Anonymous was all stale prayers and smoky church basements. I considered myself a distant admirer of the program, but even as a counselor, I didn't want to get too close. AA was a good idea for some people, but surely it wasn't relevant to my busy life of "making a difference" in women's ministry.

Last summer my stereotypes were shattered through a course called "Substance Abuse and Society," which gave me a firsthand glimpse into the program of Alcoholics Anonymous. Like the church, AA encourages people to seek healing and growth. But sometimes unlike church, AA prizes authenticity—in a Jesus kind of way. I was surprised at how much I gleaned about leadership in those church ...

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Nicole Unice is a TCW regular contributor. Nicole is on the ministry staff of Hope Church and author of She's Got Issues. She writes for a variety of magazines and speaks nationwide at retreats and leadership events. Nicole and her husband Dave have three children. You can find her blogging about honest living at NicoleUnice.com.

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February 2012

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