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This is What a Minister Looks Like: Andrea Dellinger Jones

This is What a Minister Looks Like: Andrea Dellinger Jones

Each Friday, Baptist Women in Ministry introduces you to a Baptist woman serving in ministry, and today, we are pleased to introduce Andrea Dellinger Jones. Andrea, what does ministry look like for you right now?   Ministry looks demanding for me right now, but that... read more
That Which Makes Me Thankful by Pam Durso

That Which Makes Me Thankful by Pam Durso

Yes, this is a list! My top-ten list of things that make me thankful today. 1. I am thankful that I only have to cook a turkey once a year. Touching a raw turkey creeps me out so I am extremely thankful that my turkey is all nicely washed and patted and oiled and... read more
Tuesday Prayer from Baptist Women in Ministry

Tuesday Prayer from Baptist Women in Ministry

Lord, For the ways in which you’ve graced my life this week, I give you thanks and praise. I especially thank you for growing my garden and my life. Give me the strength and wisdom to be faithful in tending both my outer and inner gardens. Keep me from doing... read more
Ministry Manners: Saying Thank You by Lynn Brinkley

Ministry Manners: Saying Thank You by Lynn Brinkley

Ministers and manners? Surely, there is no need to have a conversation about ministry manners. For if anyone should know how to conduct oneself properly in public, it should be a minister. Well, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but when it comes to displaying good... read more
Dear Addie: Surrounded by Incompetence

Dear Addie: Surrounded by Incompetence

Dear Addie, I am new in my ministry position at a small church, but I quickly discovered that several of the key lay leaders, the ones in charge of financial details and decision making, are … well, they are incompetent. They haven’t done their job. They don’t keep... read more
Double Messages by Irene Vinyard Bennett

Double Messages by Irene Vinyard Bennett

“If God wants you in seminary, you’ll wash dishes, or whatever, to pay for it.” When I told my pastor God had called me to ministry and I needed help to prepare, his half-hearted response surprised me. Double messages that blessed and cursed were the norm in my... read more

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