Woodlake Baptist Church San Antonio, Texas
The Women on Mission /
Women's Ministry of
Woodlake Baptist Church
seeks to lead women to
accept Christ as Lord; to
become women of deep
prayer; and to become
women who study the
Bible and base their
entire lives on the Word
Women have special gifts
and abilities as well as
We seek to encourage
women to discover those
gifts and use them to
become the women,
wives & mothers God
calls them to be int he
world, their homes and in
Associated with the Women's Missionary Union
Women on Mission® is a missions organization for adult
women through which women pray for and give to missions, do
missions, learn about missions, grow spiritually toward a
missions lifestyle, and participate in the work of the church
and the denomination. It is a part of the Women's Missionary
Union of the Southern Baptist Convention.
The purpose of all Women on Mission activities is that every
person has the opportunity to hear and respond to the gospel.
The "heart" of Women on Mission is to help women create
their own missions vision by enabling them to:
Recognize their status in Christ.
Galatians 4:7, Ephesians 1:3-14
Find an entry point to fulfill Christ's purpose in their lives.
Jeremiah 29:11-13, Romans 8:28
Reflect the highest ideals of Christian living.
Ephesians 4:1, 1 Thessalonians 2:8
See their lives as set apart for the gospel.
Galatians 1:15-16a, 2 Timothy 1:6-14
Affirm God's call both individually and corporately.
Reach beyond themselves to a global vision.
Acts 1:8, 2:17
Commit to a rewarding missions lifestyle
Colossians 3:12-17, Philemon 6
Women On Mission meets quarterly and are announced once
planned. Activities and topics will vary. All women are welcome
We have various projects that are ongoing throughout the year
as well as special events for the women and girls of the church.
Our Women's Bible Studies
will resume after the first
of the year!
MONDAY MORNING AT
All women are invited to
attend. Childcare is
SATURDAY MORNING AT
All women and teen girls
are invited to attend.
Woodlake Baptist Church // 6980 Woodlake Club Dr. // San Antonio, Texas 78244
Office: 210.661.5415 // firstname.lastname@example.org // Fax: 210.661.3247
Our ladies learning how to make Lumpia, a favorite Filipino dish. Our friend Brenda
also made Pancit (noodles) and Chicken Adobo. It was wonderful!