Welcome to Women With Intention Wednesdays!
Welcome back to another great week of community building and support for one another!
I’m featuring a wonderful post today from Tehila at Women Abiding with her post Should a Jew Believe in Jesus or Not? I found this post encouraging, informative and interesting and I hope you will check it out! Thanks, Tehila!
As always, I appreciate your posts and community each and every week! Thank you for helping make it successful by not only following the rules but for writing such great posts!
Here is what you will find at Women With Intention Wednesdays:
- This is a link up party where you come to encourage one another, have fun, and share your best posts to help women live their best life!
- In other words, any post that you have written about Christian living, homemaking, relationships, healthy living, living a frugal life or that helps another woman can be included in this link up! Please just keep them family friendly (I reserve the right to remove anything that I feel isn’t appropriate).
- This link up is beneficial for every woman! Whether you are a blogger or a reader, this is one you won’t want to miss! I’m very excited to offer this link up as a place to not only build new relationships between bloggers but also by providing an awesome resource of information for my readers!
Here are the rules of this link up:
- You must link directly to your post (no homepages, please).
- Please link up no more than 2 posts each week and please do not link up the same post week after week.
For every link you add, please visit the link before you and one other of your choice. If your links are consecutive visit the blogger before you and your choice for the 2nd link. It’s impossible to build relationships when no one communicates! I’ve had a few bloggers email me who haven’t had any clicks and there were more last week than any before. Please don’t link and run!
- By linking up you give me permission to share your posts and photos on this blog and social media. Each week I will choose a featured post. I will only feature and pin your post if you have followed the rules. All features will be linked back to the original source.
- You also give me permission to email you a quick reminder that the party is live. You may opt out anytime. I don’t spam my readers with emails.
- Answer the community building question below so we all get to know each other! That’s the purpose of being here! 🙂
In order to help grow this community with great posts and relationships, I would love it if you would add the party button to your sidebar, your blog directory page, or a text link at the bottom of your post. This isn’t required to participate in the link-up but I would really appreciate it!
If you were featured be sure to grab a button for your site! Thank you for linking up and sharing your great posts!
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Community building question of the week: What is your favorite community service project you have done?
I love to do service projects but don’t always get participate in as many as I would like to. I have enjoyed packing meals for Feed My Starving Children and I also helped form a Moms & Tweens group for a group of moms and our tween daughters.
Thank you soooo much for featuring my blog post, Jenny. I am truly humbled, and pray the Lord uses it for His glory! You are such a precious sister… Thank you!
Community service project I’ve done would have to be helping out at a local shelter making and serving meals to the residents. Also, giving out blessing bags to the homeless when stopped by a red light or street where they are asking for help. They are all ready in the car to be given out. Just necessities for them.
I think blessing bags are the coolest! I love your servants heart. 🙂
Michele Morin says
Wow, this is a convicting question, because I’m afraid that my time is so wrapped up in “church” projects that I have very little to devote to “community” projects. The only thing I can think of is directing our church’s Day Camp ministry which provides free day care for area parents and a whole week of fun and Bible learning for their kids.
Michele, sometimes I think those projects need to be started “at church” in order to reach out to the community. It sounds like you are doing a lot of helping to those parents who are receiving the free daycare and by putting the Word in their children’s heart. I bet the kids love it! 🙂
Kelsey Ferguson says
My favorite community service project is helping the kids in the local homeless shelter with their homework. After all their homework was done, they’d pick out a book and all gather around to listen. The wonder of a good book is universal. 🙂 Thanks for hosting. I look forward to Women with Intention Wednesdays! 🙂
Kelsey, that makes my heart happy! Thank you for loving those kids!
We have packed food with Feed My Starving Children also. They make it a wonderful experience! I love that it’s also good for children to come. It’s a good opportunity for children to serve and to see the needs of this world.
My kids loved it and it is fun to show them that serving is a “feel good”. 🙂 Thanks for linking up, Emily! I always enjoy your posts!
Sandra @ Sandra's Ark says
I’m having more problems than ever trying to comment on some blogs even though I have a wordpress account, blogger account and disqis. I write a comment but later it is not showing up. Just thought I should let people know as it may be happening to others too.
Thanks for letting me know, Sandra! Thanks for linking up!
Jenny, Thanks for hosting today! I’m actually looking forward to school starting again, because some of the activities my kids are involved in emphasize community service. It’s always a little more fun to help others…alongside friends 🙂
Hope you’ll swing by Coffee & Conversation today and share a post or two there!
Have a terrific week!!
I like to get my kids involved, too! It’s totally fun helping others and it’s great for kids to do it with their friends!
Our Sunday School class at church is helping a refugee family with World Relief. We provide some resources and build relationships. Even though we don’t speak the same language it has been wonderful to be in community with this family. I am just glad that I have been given this opportunity to serve.
That’s awesome, Tona! What a blessing to all!
Maria Hass says
Thanks for the link-up! I had fun participating and read some much-needed posts!
Thanks, Maria! I love what gets shared here, lots of great stuff! 🙂