2019-2020 THEME




    Last year, I asked you to “Catch the Vision” and I hope each of you caught the vision and reached out to those around you.  Our theme for the coming year will be “SHARE THE VISION”.  Once we have caught the vision, we don’t need to keep it to ourselves.  We need to “SHARE THE VISION” as Paul did in Acts 26:19-20.  What is the vision?  It is sharing the good news of Jesus Christ to all people and nations.  Jesus loves the little children—red and yellow, black and white.  He loves not only the little children, but also the adults, even those we may consider unloveable because of their actions and positions in society.  Jesus loves them and we need to share the gospel with them. Max Lucado says that what God desires most is that we walk with Him humbly, quietly and obediently.  In thinking about Peter’s vision last year, we see that he immediately acted on that vision and shared the gospel with Cornelius’ household.  He was obedient.   In Acts 26:19-20, we see Paul explaining how he was obedient to the vision God gave to him. I believe that Jesus gives a vision to each of us who accept Him as Lord and Savior—a vision of sharing what Christ has done for us. Let us “SHARE THE VISION” with the world! At our Women’s Ministry Conference at the National BMA meeting in April of 2020, our breakout sessions will be looking at “SHARE THE VISIONin several different ways.

  • Share the Vision through Women’s Ministries
  • Share the Vision through Gospel Music
  • Share the Vision through the Written Word
  • Share the Vision through Community Outreach

 I challenge each of you to “SHARE THE VISION” where ever God leads you.  Let’s all try to be obedient to the vision God has given us of sharing what Christ has done for us.  Sabrina Clayton has agreed to be our keynote speaker for the 2020 Women’s Ministry Conference and I look forward to seeing many of you in Waxahachie, Texas, on April 27th and 28th of 2020.  If you have never been to one of our conferences, I urge you to attend this one.  We have had approximately 200 women at each of the last two conferences and the blessings have been tremendous.

Brenda Hornaday,
2nd Vice President