If you need PWOC Leadership help, The Hub has some resources!
What's on The Hub. Board position resources can be found on the Board Resources page. Need some help with Leadership, Team Building, or effective communication? You can find help on our Workshops page. Need a Theme or a Leadership Trainer? Maybe you're moving and can't find Your PWOC. You could also spice up your PWOC with [...]
Check out our Themes page and the 2016 Collaborative Theme. We need ideas and concepts that PWOCs can utilise in their meetings. If you have suggestions for the concepts of Identity Thankfullness Serving Others please email us those suggestions at The Hub.
How well did you do? Answers in red... What is the (your location) PWOC theme this year? A. We Are Workers Together for Christ B. Who Turned out the Lights? (or Where’s my Bible Study Classroom?) C. (Your actual theme) D. (a song your praise team has lead this year) Who called women in chapels [...]
What is the (your location) PWOC theme this year? A. We Are Workers Together for Christ B. Who Turned out the Lights? (or Where’s my Bible Study Classroom?) C. (Your actual theme) D. (a song your praise team has lead this year) Who called women in chapels throughout Europe to start groups and invited their [...]
It's Leadership Selection Season! Are you thinking about applying to serve on your local PWOC Board in the 2015-2016 PWOC year? Need to know more about each Executive Board Position? Check out our Board Resources Page. You can find out more about committee positions throughout that page also. Have you been asked to serve on [...]
If your keeping up with the 12 Traits of Leadership, November's Trait - Patience is now available by Andrea Plotner. Check it out at our YearRound Training Page.
Our MOCA gathering began by reading part of a devotional magazine article from the July 2014 edition of Tabletalk. Dr. Joel R. Beeke was quoted as he reminded us of the power and importance of praying for our children. “My mother died recently. She had little to pass on to her children financially, but we [...]
Twenty years ago, we moved to our first overseas assignment in Schweinfurt, Germany, with three children under four years old. The sense of feeling overwhelmed with three littles in another country and far away from extended family was our reality. I can remember well-meaning people saying, “Wow, three kids! Just wait until they’re all [...]
Eight mothers in the Bible played key roles in the coming of Jesus Christ. None of them was perfect, yet each showed strong faith in God. God, in turn, rewarded them for their confidence in him. These mothers lived in an age when women were often treated as second class citizens, yet God appreciated their [...]