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Joining women and men together in partnership with God. 

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Baptist Women in Ministry will be a catalyst in Baptist life, drawing together women and men, in partnership with God, to illuminate, advocate, and nurture the gifts and graces of women.

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THIS IS WHAT A MINISTER LOOKS LIKE: Jeni Cook

THIS IS WHAT A MINISTER LOOKS LIKE: Jeni Cook

Every Friday, Baptist Women in Ministry introduces an amazing minister, and today we are pleased to introduce Jeni Cook. Jeni, tell us about your current ministry? I am the National Deputy Director of Chaplains for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The VA has... read more
Psalm 143: We Remember for Her by Pam Durso

Psalm 143: We Remember for Her by Pam Durso

I remember the days of old,     I think about all your deeds,     I meditate on the works of your hands. I stretch out my hands to you;     my soul thirsts for you like a parched land. (Psalm 143:5-6) On this day, December 21, one hundred years ago, Lillie Robinson... read more
Fighting Myself for Maternity Leave by Carol McEntyre

Fighting Myself for Maternity Leave by Carol McEntyre

In just a few days, my husband and I will be traveling to China to adopt our little girl; finally turning the page on a chapter in our life that has been nine years in the making. She is fourteen months old, and as her caretaker describes, “she is tiny, but fierce.”... read more
Something Old, Something New: The Story

Something Old, Something New: The Story

Lent leads us into both reflection and expectation. Even as we honor our histories and our ancestries, with all their gifts and their griefs, we anticipate the ways that resurrection can recreate them–and us. The God who inspired “something old” is... read more
Dear Addie: I Really Need a Day OFF

Dear Addie: I Really Need a Day OFF

Dear Addie,   I am several months into a new ministry position and am enjoying the experience very much. But today, on my day off, I am wondering what the “proper” protocol is for ministers on their days off. Am I supposed to answer emails today? Take... read more

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