Women's Ministry

WOMEN & TEEN GIRLS

Women's Ministries is an opportunity for discipling, mentoring and nurturing women. It's a place to address the spiritual, emotional, physical and social needs of women in the church. It's a ministry where women are encouraged to develop their potential for participation in the mission of the church. It's a mentoring and support system for women through the cycles of life. It's a forum to help address topics and issues as they affect women.

Women's Ministries on a global level through the Seventh-day Adventist world church addresses six issues: illiteracy, poverty, threats to health, length of workday and poor working conditions, abuse and the need for training and mentoring for greater involvement in the mission of the church.


Apr. 6 :: Women's Spring Day

 

Women's Spring Day is an annual favorite for spiritually encouraging and growing women of faith. This year, Women's Spring Day is welcoming Dr. Andrea King who has been preaching since she was fourteen years old. Her ministry has taken her throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Caribbean and the continent of Africa, preaching and equipping people for a life of victory. Though she has traveled to many places, she serves as the senior pastor of the 16th Street SDA Church in San Bernardino, CA, and is very active in the community. Esther had a queen hiding inside of her and so do you. Learn how to unleash the queen God created you to be. Discover God’s design and destiny for your life.

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Women's Ministries is designed to encourage, challenge, equip and nurture Seventh-day Adventist women to make a difference in their homes, churches, communities, and the world. The spiritual vision of Women's Ministries is to know Jesus passionately and to serve and disciple other women.

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Jodi Iwankiw

Women's Ministry Coordinator

(253) 681-6008, ext. 76117