Jennifer Grether, Girls Ministry director from FBC Orlando, contacted me last week to share what they did with the L.Y.L.A.S Girl night idea that we posted here: L.Y.L.A.S Girl night idea
I asked if I could pass it along to the rest of our girlsminister.com community and she was glad to share. Thanks Jennifer for letting us know what you did with the L.Y.L.A.S night and it looks like it turned out beautiful! Your pictures are amazing. Thanks for sharing Jennifer! And if you have ideas or you have used something that has worked out well…PLEASE let us know. We’d love to share with the girlsminister.com community. Also there are about 45 girls ministers, moms, and leaders starting to connect at www.mygirlsministry.com “The social network for girlsminister.com”. So feel free to join and start some conversations there. We have some great blogs that are featured on there as well. Pam Gibbs from Lifeway.com/girlsministry is on there as well as some girls ministers from Texas—come see what you are missing out on!
FROM THE MAILBAG:
Thanks to your idea (at girlsminister.com), we just hosted a LYLAS girls night about two weeks ago and it was great! We had about 100 girls and over 20 volunteers show up! We changed some of the stations around, so I wanted to share those with you. Jennifer Grethan FBC Girls Ministry Director
1. L – “Love” – Love one another – At this station, we will focus on selflessness and humility as the key to love. Jesus showed his disciples selfless love by washing their feet, so at this station we will wash each other’s feet and paint toenails.
2. Y – “You” – You are unique – At this station, we will highlight the truth that God has given us individual gifts and has made us uniquely wonderful through a teambuilding exercise (human knot).
3. L – “Life” – Do life together – At this station, we will teach girls to make a simple and easy snack, enjoy some refreshments and ask some getting to know you questions.
4. A – “Ask” — Bring each other’s burdens to the Lord – At this station, girls will break down into groups of two or three, share prayer requests, and pray with each other.