Women’s Ministry Toolbox

I am taking a “blogging break” as my husband and I travel to China to visit family.  I would like to introduce you to my friend, Cyndee Ownbey.  She is the creator of my hands-down favorite online resource for women’s ministry:  If you haven’t visited this site, you need to!  I have asked her to share below about her website, and next week she will be my guest blogger.

wmtoolbox logoWomen’s Ministry is hard.

It’s challenging. It’s often unpaid. It can be a struggle to find good resources and support.

I created Women’s Ministry Toolbox as a place where you can find resources and support that will help you and your team as you strive to fulfill God’s calling in ministering to the women in your church and community.

In addition to sharing wisdom and ideas I’ve gathered and gleaned during 15 years of ministering to women, I invite other leaders share their ideas through guest posts. There is so much we can learn from each other!

You’ll find information on:

  • Prayer
  • Bible Study
  • Team Building
  • Fellowship
  • Utilizing Technology
  • Online Resources
  • Shopping
  • Speakers
  • Budgeting
  • Icebreakers & Games
  • Leadership
  • Mission Projects
  • Publicity
  • and more….

I’d love to invite you over to Women’s Ministry Toolbox for a visit. I hope and pray God will use it to help you as you serve. (There’s even a spot where you can subscribe to get each post in your email box, so you won’t miss a tip or idea!)  I so appreciate Debby giving me the opportunity to share my calling and extend an invitation to you, her treasured readers!  It has been a great joy and pleasure to “meet” you!


profile pic Cyndee Ownbey Cyndee Ownbey blogs over at Women’s Ministry Toolbox and is passionate about helping other women’s ministry leaders reach and encourage women in their church and community. She and her husband, two sons (12 and 15), and miniature schnauzer, Heidi, recently relocated to the Charlotte, NC area. When she’s not gathering and gleaning great ministry ideas you can find her trying out new recipes or immersed in her latest Christian fiction pick.

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  1. Janie July 2, 2021

    No web sight need some ideas of themes for women ages 30 to 50 years old

  2. Debby August 7, 2021

    Janie, I apologize. I have been out of the country. I have lots of ideas. This is a sample: Lemons to Lemonade, Fixer Upper, Shine, Hidden Riches, Planted by the Water, His Wonders in the Deep, Pray BIG!, StormProof, A fruitful Garden, Heart Transplant, Confronting Giants, If the Shoe Fits. I can give you more information and possibly even skits if any of these interest you. Thanks for coming to “Retreat-in-a-Bag”!

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