On the Right Track
Women's Ministry Theme
Posted March 02, 2011
Staying on track in the Christian life.
Inspired by the train, this event can be geared to things being on the right track such as your relationship with the Lord or can be a focus for everyone to "get on board" for your women's ministry.
It is an easy theme to adapt to various topics.
Theme Verse Suggestions
Thou wilt shew me the path of life... Psalm 16:11
For thou art my rock and my fortress; therefore for thy name's sake lead me, and guide me. Psalm 31:3
Shew me thy ways, O LORD; teach me thy paths. Psalm 25:4
In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Proverbs 3:6
On the Right Track by Julia
All Aboard for our Women's Ministry! by Julia
Alternative Theme Titles
Destination: Women's Ministry
(or Destination: any spiritual topic you want to focus on such as "Faith" or "Joy")
Walk the Line
3:16 To Heaven (John 3:16)
Follow The Tracks to Fulfillment (or any topic)
Train Ride to Contentment (or any topic)
Board the Women's Ministry Train
Travel The Rails to Faith (or any topic)
Get On Board!
Flowers in mason jars tied around with bandannas
Make railroad crossing signs
Toy Train Focal Point
Have a toy train set up on the tracks around a display.
Check and see if any of your ladies have one that they use at Christmas that could be used.
For Fun: I've Been Working on the Railroad.
Make candy trains
Train whistles (attach a Bible verse)
See my blog for creative favor ideas.
Tickets (to anything local)
Just for Fun
Make ticket invitations with all of your information on them.
Make boarding passes.
Blow a train whistle at the beginning of each session.
Make your meeting leader your "conductor".
Have your helpers wear bandannas around their necks and train engineer hats.
Have "baggage handlers" for a coat check.
If you divide into groups use Railroad names for each group, such as
Bible Reading Railroad
Food and Serving
Name your refreshment table/or eating area the "Dinning Car"
Copyright ©2011 Julia Bettencourt
Any Scripture quoted is in the King James Version.