Women In God's Service

​The Power of ​WIGS:

​As an example in one small town 30 - 40 women aged from 12 - 70 accepted the challenge to do one
act of service every month for a year.  They generated 4,551 hours of service with 11,437 people served.

Some of the services performed were simple tasks like bringing meals to sick, elderly, and grieving people, sending cards to encourage, making blankets for nursing home patients and parents of stillborn children.

Other services were completed when WIGS women worked together in small groups.  Examples include:  a VBS program was held for children and youth at risk in an area not served by a local church, a nursing home was "adopted" and a monthly birthday party was held for residents, a "Blessing Bag" drive was held and items were collected to create a bag of items helpful to homeless people, backpacks were filled with food for hungry children to take home every weekend through the school year,  school supplies were donated and collected for children in need, and children in need were given clothing and gifts for Christmas.

11,437 people were served by 30 - 40 women in 1 year

After the challenge ended the story continued!

  The ladies were so surprised when they heard the challenge results.  They never set out to serve thousands of people.  They never believed they could serve thousands of people.  They never believed they could have fun while serving thousands of people. Years later these ladies are still going strong and are leaving a legacy to encourage and inspire others.

WIGS is a community of Christian women striving to help women find and develop their calling. ​

​Many WIGS build ministry friendships (serving with 1 friend), small groups ( up to 12 people), family ministries, youth groups, home school groups,  senior groups (our seniors tend to build active ministries), and more.
​Some ladies who are called to be leaders begin with a small group and eventually lead others to start small groups as well.  We have a special WIGS Director group to help equip and encourage these ladies.

WIGS ​was inspired to fulfill the calling to:

​Mentor Women

​Bible study, spiritual growth coaching.  
Titus 2:3-5

​Serve Others

​WIGS women commit to doing one act of service every month.

​Build a L​egacy

​WIGS women learn, grow, reach out, and build a legacy worth leaving.

WIGS Women Serving Together Administrators

​WIGS Founder
Margie Winnie

​Margie Winnie helps people find their happy place in their walk with God.

She been in women’s ministry for over thirty years serving as a Sunday school teacher, women’s ministry leader, and has a long history of public speaking and singing.

The author of "A Place Of Sweetness"​ and "Mama’s Legacy".

Margie is married, the mother of three children and two step-children, ten grandchildren and nine great grandchildren, as well as being "Mama" to many motherless ladies.

She is the founder of WIGS (Women In God’s Service), a service ministry for Christian women.

​​Jackie Rosch

​Jackie Rosch helps people build better spiritual health.  

Posting about spiritual health and fitness, Jackie ​guides busy readers through​ the steps to create their own​ spiritual health plan.

Jackie Ross, ND is the founder of A Better Me, Naturally!  She is a health coach and a spiritual growth coach who is passionate about being part of the solution.

​Serious chronic illness has affected her family and that experience has driven her to reach out to others to help them build the best life possible.  

Happily married for 32 years, the mother of four wonderful children, and the grandmother of a growing amount of precious grandchildren.  

She loves DIY, crafting, puppies, and cozy homes (especially with a fireplace).  ​

​Wren Riley

​Wren Riley helps people get the most out of life!

​She specializes in stress management, mindfulness training, and self-care for those who are dealing with chronic illness. 

​Wren is an authority on holding onto God when times are hard.  She speaks from experience as she joyfully says "God is good...all the time."

She has put her training into practice in her own life as she deals with autoimmune illness.  

Her motto is “carpe zebra”!  

Chronic illness may affect your life, but you still have the ability to seize the life you have and to live it to the fullest.  

​Wren is creative and enjoys crafting, writing, and music.  ​She is a contributor at A Better Me, Naturally!

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