Make a Significant Difference

Baptist Women in Ministry is committed to advocating for, connecting to, and networking with Baptist women in ministry and those who care about them. Your support makes a significant difference!

Baptist Women in Ministry welcomes you to be one of our monthly givers.  A small monthly gift of $10 or $20 or a larger monthly gift of $50 or $75 makes a significant difference in this work that God has entrusted to us!

Or make a one-time gift to BWIM – every contribution matters, and we are grateful for the faithfulness and generosity of all who support this ministry. 

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To Contribute by Postal Mail, Send a Check to:

Baptist Women in Ministry

P. O. Box 941294

Atlanta, GA 31141-1294

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For more information, contact Pam Durso at pamdurso@bwim.info.


Emily Hull McGee is Minister to Young Adults at Highland Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky

Jaime Fitzgerald will begin her first semester of seminary soon. While graduate theological education is new to her, ministry is not. Jaime has been living into her calling for several years now, preaching, serving, and leading. Affirmation of her gifts and encouragement of her ministry roles have come from a variety of places . . .including from Baptist Women in Ministry. Listen to Jaime’s story–and hear why she is a monthly giver to Baptist Women in Ministry.

Katrina Brooks is the Youth Pastor at Madison Heights Baptist Church in Madison Heights, Virginia. She has also served as Pastor of North Broad Baptist Church in Rome, Georgia. Katrina is a graduate of Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond. Here she is pictured with her children, Tara and Joseph.


Charity Roberson has served in a variety of ministry positions, including a campus minister and pastor. She is now equipping coach with the Virginia Baptist Mission Board. Charity completed her Doctor of Ministry degree in May 2014. The focus her doctoral research and writing was women in ministry and leadership. Listen to Charity’s words–and hear why she is a monthly contributor to Baptist Women in Ministry.