Sarah Campbell and her husband Stowe served with Navigators on the University of Oregon campus for more than seven years and faithfully attended UFC before relocating to Christchurch, New Zealand six years ago with their three sons — Tristan (16 in July), Brody (14), and Ethan (almost 12). Today they work with Navigators World Missions to reach future leaders of this post-Christian country with the gospel of Jesus Christ. It's a joy to catch up with Sarah and learn how to pray for her in this season of her life and ministry.
As I help prepare blog content and study questions for our summer dive into Wilkin's book, I have a great hope that my study of the Ten Commandments will overflow to my children and their lasting memories of God's Law will be sweet. I want them to learn from an early age to delight in God's Word and His guidelines for a fruitful journey toward eternity with Him. Do you share this desire with me for your children, your grandchildren, and the young ones in your sphere of influence?
We, the women’s ministry team at UFC gathered with intentionality this past weekend to plan and to pray for the year ahead. As we worked, we spent time in prayer for each other and for you, the women whom we dearly love and desire to see grow closer to God and to one another in the months ahead.
Join Jaime Sherman at ufcwomen.blog for a podcast/blog post on Exodus 19:4-6, the verses that come just before God gives His people the Ten Commandments, which are known in Hebrew as the Ten Words. At the end of the post, you'll find a link to register to join a summertime coffee and conversation group on the new book "Ten Words to Live By."
During this past season of stay-at-home orders, social distancing, and capacity limits, young mamas at UFC have worked hard to combat feelings of isolation and loneliness by gathering every other week to share tears and laughter, to discuss gospel-centered motherhood, and to pray — and all with free childcare for their littles and a yummy brunch spread before them. During a school year that felt heavy in so many ways, these women, including the mentor moms among them, supported each other during their Monday gatherings and throughout the long weeks. Read more...