First Baptist Church Collinsville
Saturday, September 22, 2018



The purpose of our Women’s Ministry is to provide

Christian Fellowship, Growth in God’s Word, Mission Education,

 and Outreach to the families in our church and the surrounding areas.

All of us are a part of Women’s Ministry.

Women’s committee   2016-2017
       Cathy Farquhar, Shawn Bensley, Bobbie Zimmerman, Suzanne Cox, Misty Landers, Janice Wilsford

Look for the above emblem for information concerning Women’s Ministry.

Upcoming Events:


WOMEN’S Ministry Corner

Women’s Ministry Corner

WMU Prayer Retreat – Saturday, March 17th
Lake Texoma Retreat Center
For more information contact Shawn Bensley.
Spring Bible study begins the week of March 26th.
Entitled, “Steadfast Love” A study of Psalm 107 by

Lauren Chandler. 7 week study. Monday evening classes at 6:30 p.m. with facilitator – Misty Landers, will begin on March 26th. Tuesday morning classes at 9:00 a.m. with facilitator – Claudia Hanes, will begin on March 27th. Books will be $13.00. Please sign up at the office window.

Ladies “NIGHT OUT” Tuesday – March 27th

Come join us in fellowship on the bus, as we travel to MOMs restaurant in Aubrey. The bus will depart at 6:00 p.m. Please sign up at the office window.





We tend to think getting an answer from God is the main reason we pray. The main reason we pray is to be praying.


     How do you handle the issues you face each day as you confront life in the real world? Do you find yourself in God’s Word, prayerfully seeking God’s guidance and help? Or do you immediately turn to others to tell you what to do?

     I don’t know about you, but sometimes when a crisis arises, I find myself asking others to pray before I’ve talked to God about the situation myself. I’ve come to realize that God wants me to read His Word and talk to Him first. Actually He wants me to talk to Him always.
     We constantly carry on a personal conversation with ourselves. We evaluate every situation. We review conversations with others over and over in our minds. We carry on an internal discussion about life and our evaluation of it.
     I believe God wants us to invite Him into that conversation. That’s what I believe Paul means when he tells the Thessalonians to “pray without ceasing” (1 Thess.5:17). God never gives us a command that we can’t fulfill. So instead of talking to yourself, why not start talking with God?
Linda McGinn
from the One Minute Bible Series - Women in Leadership




free counters

James Dobson Family Minute