Women’s Ministry

Women’s Ministry

WOO2

WOO2 Ten LVCC ladies recently completed WOO2! WOOAH! The redemption story of Tucker Lodge creates the ideal setting for women to take an active look at their stories and trace God’s hand through innocence, tragedy, redemption and destiny! Our God is so good! If you had asked me ten years ago when I first joined LVCC if I would ever “lead” a ministry, I would have laughed…

The Hope Movement Bible Study

About a year and a half ago, I learned of a new ministry called The Hope Movement and the home they planned to open for women coming out of drug and alcohol addiction. Over and over, I felt God’s call to be involved in some way. So, when the house opened last summer, I volunteered to lead a Bible study. Some of the ladies are there by court order; some are there…

Created With a Purpose

Created With a Purpose This fall, the Lake Valley Women’s ministry has launched four new groups into study, discussion and fellowship. On Tuesday evenings, three new groups are wrestling with core elements of their identities as women of God as they participate in Foundations, Biblical Femininity, and Embracing Purpose. A fourth group is also studying Foundations on…

Women of the Ouachitas

Women of the Ouachitas: My Journey For the past several years, God has put a yearning in my heart for work. As a stay at home mom, I was feeling a void in that aspect of my life. So, I began fervently praying for God to show what that “work” would be for me. A couple of small businesses came and went, and the longing still remained. I prayed, journaled, read, and waited.…

Lake Valley Women

Lake Valley Women As we think of Lake Valley as a training center, we seek to provide the framework which will prepare each of us as women to be firmly established in our faith, to fully embrace our own uniqueness, to discover a direction and purpose for our life, and to fulfill our Lake Valley mission of loving and serving like Jesus. Imagine with us a time when every…

Garments of Grace

Garments of Grace The little handprints that decorate  the walls of the Cooper-Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center give new meaning to being the hands and feet of Jesus. Children from ages one to seventeen, who have been sexually abused, are served by the Advocacy Center. These children often have very little. When they arrive for their first visit, each child is given a…