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Deep Icebreaker Questions for Christian Women’s Retreats
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Deep Icebreaker Questions for Christian Women’s Retreats

Having thought-provoking, deep icebreaker questions strengthens bonds among Christian women who already know one another. So many times, we think of icebreakers as being silly games. In fact, we have quite a few icebreaker games here on the Loving Christ site. Funny icebreaker games help bring together women who may not know each other well….

Goal Setting in the Bible: Principles for a Purpose-Driven Life
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Goal Setting in the Bible: Principles for a Purpose-Driven Life

January is the time of year when many people set New Year’s resolutions or goals that they will accomplish.  Resolutions are usually for changes in behavior, like joining a gym, but often those changes in behavior are so dramatic that they are not realistic. Setting goals is a common practice in many areas of life, from…

21 Helpful Scriptures to Cast Your Burdens Unto Jesus
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21 Helpful Scriptures to Cast Your Burdens Unto Jesus

Scripture promises that we can cast our burdens unto Jesus. What a blessing that is! What deep joy we have when we understand He always helps us through whatever burdens us because He cares so much for us!​ Several years ago, the Watoto Children’s Choir came to my church and performed. I loved every song they sang but Cast…

20 Fun Activities Shared by Ladies Ministry Leaders
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20 Fun Activities Shared by Ladies Ministry Leaders

Coming up with activity ideas for women’s ministries retreats and meetings truly makes me happy! There’s something so exciting about brainstorming sessions that bring to life the vision of a retreat or a meeting.  However, as much as I love coming up with my own ideas, hearing from others ignites a different kind of excitement…

How to Serve God When Your Gifts aren’t Glamorous
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How to Serve God When Your Gifts aren’t Glamorous

Serving God is a concept that has permeated numerous cultures and religions around the world, and it often involves high degrees of personal commitment, spiritual devotion, and practical action. We understand that at the core, serving God is deeply personal and can vary greatly from one individual to the next—it’s not one-size-fits-all. It’s about the relationship…