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Usually when women at church get together for fun, they do crafts. Any other ideas?

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Usually prayer breakfasts are fun.Workshops are fun. We pray,share bible scriptures,have discussions and show sisterly love toward one another. I have attended fashion shows that were fun,pot lucks,parade of salads where everyone brings a salad to share with the others.
---Robyn on 3/26/08


More ideas: Bible studies where women take turns teaching a bible study.Someone share a testimony,a song,a funny story and so on. Everyone brings a snack to share,beverage etc... After the study we eat together and socialize.
Have a womens night out.We go to the movies,dinner,bowling and so forth. Just have fun together as sisters in Christ.
Go on a Retreat for women-only. We commit to pray together,support each other and just have fun together as women.Other activities are planned in advance.
---Robyn on 3/26/08


Yes, how about luncheons.
---catherine on 3/3/08


Most nursing homes that I know of welcome speakers of any description into their premises. Not necessarily for the best of reasons though. Having a speaker occupies the residents and frees the workers to do other tasks in the same way as having an entertainer visit them. However, we are told to use all means at our disposal to preach the gospel so, even if our invitation is with wrong motives, the Holy Spirit can work there.
---RitaH on 1/29/08


Yes, I agree. WItnessing to nursing home residents usually has no strings atached. Many are just glad to have someone come and visit or hold services at all! I am really sure how many homes Phil has actually been in to. After many years as a minister and many many nursing homes behind me, they all want you to come!!
---Richard on 1/28/08




Thank you everyone. Good ideas.:-)
---Kella3336 on 1/28/08


I volunteer at two nursing homes as a visiting companion for a hospice. I am allowed to read the bible or witness to the patients, but not force it on them. Just carrying my bible I've had people who were not saved ask me to read to them. And then we discussed it. Later they wanted to give their hearts to the Lord. The key is they "wanted" the information. In the same way, if they attend a service, they want it, so it's okay to give it to them.
---Gena on 1/25/08


Phil...Your rules are not true in any of the nursing homes we have ministered throughout the years. If a Christian group goes in they are allowed to distribute tracts to those who attend the services. If a Jewish groups goes in to do a Jewish services, they are allowed to distribute their materials as well.
---Susie on 1/25/08


Most senior citizen centers and nursing homes prohibit proselytizing to their resident/participants. You my be able to participate in a worship service with approved ordained clergy officiating. You can be a volunteer but usually you can't witness to residents. You my be able to leave tracks in a religious center or common area for residents to pick up, but not be able distribute them to residents. If you violate those provisions you and the group you represent can be banned from the facility.
---Phil_the_Elder on 1/24/08


How about going to a retirement center and witnessing to the aged, praying for them, and offering a listening ear and biblical words of encouragement, salvation, and healing.
---Cindy on 1/24/08




I love having a pot luck dinner at my place with a group of Christian women and men too.
I also love playing Bible Trivia. Watching a good clean movie is fun too..then people can laugh and comment on what's going on in the movie...interaction.
---Donna on 1/24/08


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