WHY IS MY LEGACY IMPORTANT????
Have you ever thought about the legacy that you are leaving to your family and friends? Did you know that you are leaving a legacy to your family and friends whether you ever thought about it or not?
Hi. This is Margie Winnie once again to talk to you about WIGS®, Women In God’s Service. We have tried to answer your questions and explain just how WIGS works. It is a call to action for women’s groups to join together and serve the Lord with other communities of women who are doing the same thing. There is such a force of power when we join: kindred hearts, kindred minds and kindred fellowship together with a common goal ahead of us.
Okay, now that you have put all the puzzle pieces together and decided that you:
Now it’s time for WIGS to really help you. WIGS has:
Hello there! This is getting to be fun. Do you like to work puzzles? One of the first things that you must do to solve a puzzle is to put all the pieces that are alike together.
That’s what WIGS help you to do.
Find other women who have the same gifts as you or the same passions as yours and puts them together to do what you like or want to do.
Hi there. The last time we talked about what we were missing in our lives, we decided that the missing piece might just be us.
If you are the missing piece in your own life, you will have a desire to do more than you are doing but find yourself way too busy to do it.
If you have the time, you might not be sure what to do or how to go about getting it started.
WHY WOULD I WANT TO JOIN A GROUP
WHEN I AM OVERWHELMED WITH
WHAT I ALREADY HAVE GOING ON?
Well, if you will give yourself just a few minutes, there are ten awesome reasons why you need this ministry in your life to get your piece to fit your life puzzle.
Do you find yourself trying your best to make everything fit together?
Let’s see, you are a woman, a Christian, possibly a wife, or mother or both, a daughter, sister, aunt, niece, friend, Sunday School teacher, next door neighbor, and the list just keeps growing.
You have a lot of “stuff” to do and you try to manage all the pieces and yet, at the end of the day, you find that there is still a piece missing?