Life Coaching, Motherhood/Parenting, Sole Hope, Soul Care

5 Benefits to Having a Strong Women’s Network

Are you a part of your local women’s church group? If the answer to that question is no, then it’s time you became part of one. Women are some of the most wonderful and powerful of God’s creations. Do you want to know what happens when we get together? AMAZING things.

I don’t know what I’d do without my network of  incredible God-fearing women. I’m blessed to be a part of the Leadership Team at Women Leading Women, where we all lift each other up to help us live in God’s calling for our lives. One of the best pieces of advice I can give you is to join your local women’s church group, and here’s why:

  1. Authentic Connection

When you become a part of a strong women’s network, you become a part of a support group of like-minded women. Your women’s church group is the perfect place to start because you’ll already have a strong common thread with the women of the group–God! When you feel a strong common bond like this, every connection you make becomes more authentic.

  1. Trustworthy Advice

There is no advice better than that which comes from someone who has been there, done that. Especially when it comes to things that matter most like family, God and career. Lean on the women in your church group! You can trust that they have good advice when you need it most.

  1. Meaningful Collaboration

Are you working on a PTA presentation, party for your child’s school, or working to get a coffee cart together for Sunday worship? Joining a church group means you’ll always have someone to springboard ideas off of and a trustworthy person to ask for help when you need it!

  1. Heartfelt Encouragement

A powerful women’s group is a place when you can be honest about how busy, lonely or hectic life can get. The best part? Most of your group have been or are in the exact same boat! Expect heartfelt encouragement raise you up, to keep on plugging away at understanding your gift, and general support you may be missing in your life.

  1. Elevated Learning

As we study the Word of God, we learn in our own ways. As part of a larger women’s group, the different ways in which we learn get brought to light. The lesson one woman learns during her morning devotion and shares with the group may not be the same thing you learned. In this acceptance atmosphere, we can learn more from each other as we all learn through Jesus’ teachings.