Bridging The Gap

A Statewide Women's Ministry for Minnesota
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Bridging The Gap, One Woman at a Time

God has beautifully designed each of us with the capacity to know Him and live out the unique and powerful purpose He has for our lives. We want to help you on the journey! That’s why we’re our commitment is to:

Encourage every woman to intentionally love and accept others based on God’s Word. We do this through cultivating opportunities for authentic connections with women–across cultures, generations, and denominations.

Equip every woman to connect with her family, community, and world. We do this through offering opportunities for networking, leadership development, sharing relevant ideas, and healthy vision casting.

Empower every woman to fulfill the unique purpose and abundant life she was designed to live! We do this through providing opportunities to serve, learn, mentor and lead by example.

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Thrive 2020 Virtual

Sisterhood Leadership

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About Us

We work to enhance the holistic well-being of women—across cultures, generations, and denominations.

Blog Posts

Expect the Unexpected

Expect the Unexpected

So often the struggles we have in our relationships and circumstances are unexpected and even shocking. The unexpected hurts, disappointment, and loneliness can feel as if they are here to stay. Rest assured, God is not surprised and he knows how to redeem any...

The Jennifer Jones Principle

The Jennifer Jones Principle

I’ve always said that my husband could never work from home. He’s far too social to feel fulfilled home officing. And, if I’m being honest, we’re both too high strung, strong-willed, and opinionated to ever be relationally successful working in the same vicinity all...

Helping After Loss – The Power of Presence

Helping After Loss – The Power of Presence

“I just don’t know what to say . . .” This is by far the most common comment I hear from my fans as we talk about helping a friend who has experienced a death loss. Even though I lost my mom when I was 13, for the longest time I still wasn’t sure what to say to other...