Women’s Ministry and the Day of the Lord

Nancy Guthrie | July 31, 2015

Editors’ note: This excerpt is taken from Word-Filled Women’s Ministry: Loving and Serving the Church (Crossway and TGC), edited by Gloria Furman and Kathleen Nielson, which officially releases today. Starting in September, TGC’s Women’s Initiatives will begin a blog series addressing your specific questions related to ministry among women through the local church. We have a team of women eager to respond to a select number of questions. Please send all questions on the subject of women’s ministry to our new coordinator for women’s initiatives, Mallie Taylor (mallie.taylor [@] thegospelcoalition.org).

Doesn’t it sometimes seem like we spend a lot of the days in our lives focused on some day in the future? When we were little, perhaps we counted down the days to our next birthday. When we were in school, we looked forward to that last day of school. Some have had a wedding date or a baby due date set out in the future, and we have counted down the days.

But I suppose there are also days set out before us that we dread—the day the divorce is final, the day scheduled for the operation, the day we have to say goodbye.

That Day 

There is a day spoken of throughout…

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