OUR MINISTRY PROGRAMS
The mission of Ladies Ministries is to equip and mobilize Apostolic ladies of the world for service in the kingdom of God; to maintain a spirit of cooperation with the various ministries of the organization; to preserve Apostolic doctrine; and to maintain and transmit the heritage of the past to the present and future generations through teaching and by example.
It is exciting to know that God included a place in the body for women and that we have been given freedom to work in the various missions and ministries for which we have a burden.
ABLE is dedicated to assisting the Special Needs and Disabled populations within the church and the community. It begins with open hearts, open minds, and love by pastors, ministers, and congregations.
To provide a network of loving support and resources for women in divorce crisis. Professional women who voluntarily minister in the area of divorce and separation.
Ladies Prayer Int’l. is made up of women worldwide, who meet on the first Monday of each month to pray focused prayer for the children of the local church community.
Offering Every Woman Purpose Through God’s Word. Do you desire to bring others to a greater knowledge of God and His plan of salvation?
THE MISSION: To embrace our heritage and revelation of godliness and to impart these truths to all generations in love (II Corinthians 7:1).
THE PURPOSE: To retain our identity in the world as His chosen people, set apart and called to walk in a way that reveals God’s nature in our lifestyle and attire.
A Bi-monthly Magazine for Women
Women in the Military and Their Families
• Encouragement for life’s situations
• Help to renew and strengthen commitment to God
• Reminder that others offer support through prayer
Today’s Christian Girl is a ministry for girls aged 10-18. TCG is a program where individual churches form clubs and hold monthly meetings for the purpose of teaching and training our young girls.
Statement of Purpose: Women of Worth is an arm of Ladies Ministries for ministers’ widows whose position has changed—to recognize them as “Women of Worth” to the general body of the United Pentecostal Church Intl.