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Women make up the majority of church memberships – over 60% of congregations in America are women. Heartfelt Ministries has for almost thirteen years developed programs for churches throughout the country that help women to feel involved, to have connections, to grow spiritually and to value their church family.
Currently, less than 29% of 20-somethings (who were raised in a church environment) are still connected to a church by the time they reach the age of thirty. 59% of those who are- say having a meaningful relationship with a member of their church was significant in keeping them involved and faithful to their congregation. That is what Heartfelt Ministry does in a church. It provides a way to involve members with each other quickly, routinely and with spiritual depth.
Nearly nine in ten women say they want to improve some area of their life. And what is that one area they want to work on the most: church involvement. That’s a place where Heartfelt can fill a real need for women - and the church.
Barna Group research found women are frustrated by lack of opportunities to get involved in their church. Over 70% of women say they feel like they should be doing more to serve God in their church. 70% is a significant number. If 70 million women are members in the American church this represents millions of women who are discouraged by their lack of connection.
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Here's more about our Titus 2 Ministry, Heartfelt Friends from the Women of Duck Commander
This book shares stories, including mine. Stories of how being in close friendships with Christian women has provided us strength, courage, and hope as we raised our children, fought for our marriages, and built our faith.
Heartfelt is equal parts manna and manual. In her warm and gracious way, Dr. Joneal Kirby goes beyond explaining why women need to build multigenerational relationships to nurture the body of Christ. She shows us how.
In Heartfelt, Joneal shares her passion for living out Titus 2 and proven methods for connecting the godly wisdom of an experienced generation of mothers and grandmothers to younger women, both single and married, who long to honor God. On the world stage, people watch how Christian women do life—rearing children, maintaining marriages, sustaining careers. Joneal Kirby’s work takes the phrase church family to a depth that God intended for His people. Implement this biblical practice, and the outcome will display a new joy and spiritual success—as Christian women lean on and learn from each other.
It’s so refreshing to find a women’s ministry that takes us back to the principles found in the New Testament church of the older women mentoring the younger women. Because we live in a world filled with hurts, hang-ups, and habits, women need support and encouragement and a resource for healthy, practical ways to help raise their families. I’m thankful Joneal commits her time to help women build strong, healthy families through the mentoring ministry Heart to Home. Heartfelt is filled with inspiring stories and will give you a blueprint in starting your own women’s Titus 2 ministry.
Heart to Home Ministry has been a big part of our church for over ten years. Because of Joneal’s vision to put Titus 2:3–5 into action, many women have grown in their walk with God and in their roles as godly wives and mothers. We have seen older and younger women fulfilling the ancient model of spiritual mentoring. In Heartfelt, Joneal shows how your home can be instrumental in building good relationships and your family can grow to be all God wants it to be. This book is a must-read for women wanting to impact others and build eternal relationships.