We are a professional organization mobilizing women to fulfill their ministerial call.

 

Stephanie Smith

Network of Women Ministers Facilitator

    

Area Connection

Connect with other Women Ministers in your area:

 

Capital & Coastal

April Hinkle & Toni Hinkle

Greater Everett

Jennifer Ervig & Ana Chesterfield

Lower columbia

Cyndi Pollard

Metro

Stephanie Smith

Mt. Baker/Skagit

Diane Bobko

Tacoma East/mt. rainier

Danielle Laycock

Tacoma West/East

Heidi Keeler

West Sound/Peninsula

Kirstie Weeks
(beginning March 2022)

 

Resources

Videos

2020 Leadership Summit

Network of Women Ministers

“This is not a day or an hour for us as women in leadership to be pulling back…” —Christine Caine Everyone has a story. Hear from amazing leaders such as Christine Caine, Mark Batterson and Heather Zempel, Donna Barrett and Doug Clay, along with women in ministry all around the nation on October 24, 2020 for our FREE Network of Women Ministers Virtual Leadership Summit! “God is raising up women with an anointed voice to teach—to lead.” —Mark Batterson What’s your story?

Episode 1: Does Scripture Restrict Women From Leading?

What the Bible Really Says About Women

Waldemar Kowalski, Ph.D. - Professor of Bible and Theology at Northwest University shares Biblical insights with Beth Backes, Director of Pastoral Care and Credentialing of the Northwest Ministry Network.

Episode 2: Does Paul Really Want All Women to be Silent?

What the Bible Really Says About Women

Waldemar Kowalski, Ph.D. - Professor of Bible and Theology at Northwest University shares Biblical insights with Beth Backes, Director of Pastoral Care and Credentialing of the Northwest Ministry Network.

Episode 3: Does the Bible Really Tell Women Not to Teach or Have Authority?

What the Bible Really Says About Women

Waldemar Kowalski, Ph.D. - Professor of Bible and Theology at Northwest University shares Biblical insights with Beth Backes, Director of Pastoral Care and Credentialing of the Northwest Ministry Network.

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