The ministry director is Carrie Irving
“…the older women are to teach what is good and so train the younger women….” Titus 2
Titus 2 instructs the women of maturity and wisdom to counsel those who are just starting there homemaking path. Our need as women and mothers is to be self-controlled, pure at heart, kind, and submissive. These God-given qualities will be explored and nourished through worship, prayer and teachings at DWELL.
DWELL also includes Proverbs 31 in its vision. The call to make the home a priority, no matter what season of life a mother is in is crucial and DWELL provides classes and instruction on ways to make the residence a home, cultivate the domestic arts, and how to utilize our homes for outreach and caring for others.
Titus 2:10 says we (women) are to “adorn” the gospel. DWELL exists to help women find their own vision within their homes, become better mothers, wives, sisters, aunts with the help of Christ and to “adorn” the gospel; the most valuable jewel.
We have two 10-week sessions every year. One in the Spring, usually beginning around February and one in the Fall, usually beginning around September. This is how we spend our Friday mornings together:
9:00-10:00– Fellowship and refreshments in the fellowship hall
10:00–12:00 – Small group for prayer in small group *classes
**childcare is provided for children 12 and under
Valley Vineyard Christian Fellowship
Carrie Irving, Ministry Coordinator
Listen to mp3October 9, 2015 with Maria Fischer – the 23rd Psalm
Listen to mp3October 16, 2015 with Maria Fischer
Listen to mp3October 23, 2015 with Maria Fischer
“Facades” by Carrie Irving Listen to mp3
“What Makes an Extraordinary Woman?” by Cindy Lefever Listen to mp3
“The Fear of God” by Carrie Irving Listen to mp3
“Victory Over Strongholds” by Maria Fischer Listen to mp3
“Christ in You, the Hope of Glory” by Sylvia Dewberry Listen to mp3
“Pride & Service” by Carrie Irving Listen to mp3
“Meeting God in the Everyday” by Josie Coleman Listen to mp3
“Perseverance – to Learn, to Lean, to Listen” by Monica Moore Listen to mp3
“Parenting is Not Just Managing Troubles” by Carrie Irving Listen to mp3