Fervent: A Woman's Battle Plan for Serious, Specific, and Strategic Prayer by Priscilla Shirer
Thursdays, April 12–May 17
FBC Wolf Conference Center
Facilitators: Deanna McSwaine and Donna Curlin
Childcare available by reservation (533-1465)
Women's Missionary Union (WMU)
& Women on Mission
Mission small groups, part of the Baptist Women’s Ministry, meet monthly in homes all over the city of El Paso and participate in local, state, and global missions. Times and locations of Baptist Women’s Group meetings are posted on the Sunday before they meet.
Every third Monday of the month, 7:00 p.m.:
• Ryan-Latham Group - call Frances Thurman (584-4946) for location
Every third Tuesday of the month, 9:30 a.m.:
• Patterson Group - call Helen Inman (598-3291) for location
• Elliot-Carley Group - Café Fioretti, Coffee and Tea House, 3429 Montana Ave.*
*Wear your sun dress and bonnet, if you like.
Every third Tuesday of the month, 10:00 a.m.:
• Alma-Hunt Group - First Baptist Church, Heritage Room
Support the Spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: at home and around the world through education about missionaries, their work and needs; prayer; participation in mission activities; and giving.
Participate in Mission Projects: Crossing Borders Christmas Shoe Boxes, frozen fruit pies to rescue mission, Christmas goodie bags for homebound, Baptist Clinic lunches, BSM lunches, scholarship funds for youth camp, Buckner shoes for orphans, school supplies for Crossing Border Ministries, desserts for Border Missions VBS and more.
Women on Mission meet the first Tuesday of the month with special speaker and lunch served for $5 per person at 11:00 in room F101.
WMU Director: Martha Caldwell
Women on Mission facilitator: Jimmie Faye Beall
Christian Women's Job Corps
The Christian Women's Job Corps is a ministry of the Baptist Women's Missionary Union and is facilitated in cities throughout the country through local churches and businesses. This ministry assists women in the local area by teaching job skills, language proficiency, and GED certification, and by providing job placement assistance in a loving, Christian environment.
Camino de Luz
Camino de Luz is a ministry to women of all ages as well as their children, their families, and their friends. Those involved with Camino de Luz meet the call of Jesus in Matthew 5:14 to be the "Light of the World" by presenting the Gospel in a comprehensive manner, reconciling men and women in their spiritual relationships with Christ, and seeking to improve their lives through fellowship, Bible study, discipleship, prayer, worship, training, and pastoral care.
Participants receive a free lunch at meetings and have access to the Clothes Closet ministry. Meetings are the first and third Monday of each month from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in room F101 at FBC, and every second Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. in room F104. There is also Bible study for Spanish speakers every first and third Wednesday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in room F106.
MOPS International Mission Statement
MOPS International encourages and equips moms of young children to realize their potential as mothers, women, and leaders, in relationship with Jesus and in partnership with the local Church.
What is MOPS?
Call us biased, but we think MOPS is a great place to be! Together, we commit to helping moms grow in confidence, in relationships as mothers, wives, and friends, and most importantly in her relationship with Christ.
Join us to laugh, cry, and embrace the journey of motherhood together!
We are moms, and we believe that better moms make a better world.
What do you long for? What is the thing that your heart craves?
Is it possible that your deepest desire is to be free?
Free from worry.
Free from feeling stuck.
Free from hustling to be loved.
Free from a heaviness you can't put your finger on.
Free from thinking you should be someone other that exactly who you are.
At the core, maybe what we are all longing for is the Free Indeed.
Choosing freedom is a deeply spiritual act, one that our souls long for. That is why this year, we choose wild, unexpected freedom; the kind that brings more laughter and less worry, more contentment and less hustle. Freedom that is so contagious, the people around us are compelled toward their own liberation.
Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month from 9:00-11:00 a.m. Food is provided at every meeting. We know how nice it can be to sit down and eat uninterrupted, so at each meeting you will find something delicious!*
*We ask moms to bring a food item of your choice once per semester.
MOPS is free this year!
Fees for mothers who register will be covered this year by a generous donor.
• We are breast-feeding friendly.
• We accept moms from all different backgrounds.
• We've all been placed in this time and space in history as a tribe of women who are raising the world together. And the beauty of it is that we don't all have to agree with one another, but everyone is in and we all need each other. Every mom is embraced at MOPS.
At Our Meetings You'll Find...
• Welcome for Women
• Leadership Development
• Honest Conversation
• Relevant Teaching
• Creative Activities
Mothers care deeply about their children. They'll instinctively look to meet their child's needs before thinking about their own. A mom needs assurance about her child's well-being and happiness before she can get the most of her time in MOPS. The Moppets ministry contributes to meeting the needs of children, as well as the needs of their moms, through quality care and biblical teaching.
• Celeste Guzman, Coordinator
• Brittany Rainer, Finance
Women's Ministry Liaison
c (915) 345-4006