Summer 2010 Global Staff Women Shared Reader


Have you been reading the GSW Shared Reader?  The July / August issue is now published with great posts about thankfulness and a practical post on keeping kids busy during the summer months.

Because of the main focus of eQuipping for eMinistry, many of the sites listed in our blogrolls are authored by Campus Crusade staff women who use their sites specifically for ministry.  These women will encourage you to draw closer to God, guide you in using hospitality to share the love of Christ, give practical advice for moms serving overseas, paint a fresh perspective on life, offer a taste of life in another country, and more.

The Global Staff Women’s Shared Reader is like a monthly “online newspaper” with selections only from our Campus Crusade women authors.  During the first week of every month, Lindsey and Sus select a handful of posts for the reader.  Each month features different blogs and  subjects.  If you are considering blogging and want to see a sample of various ministry blogs, or you would simply enjoy reading a selection of posts from our women, click here.

Please comment here:

  • if you know of other Campus Crusade for Christ women who have blogs or web sites, or
  • if you want to start blogging as a ministry, or
  • if you want to discover ways to bring ministry elements on to your site.

One thought on “Summer 2010 Global Staff Women Shared Reader

  1. Hello there,

    I’m currently wrapping up a study of the end-times on my blog, Reflections on the Christ, at http://chasong.blogspot.com.

    There’s been talk of guillotines being imported into the United States and other scary bits of news.

    However, I am discussing about them from a prophetic point of view and hoping to stimulate more research and personal study of God’s word and the end times.

    If you have the time, feel free to drop by, express your thoughts, and maybe even shed some light for others who come by. I’d be honoured.

    Keep shining.

    Cheers

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