The best way you can help us accomplish our mission is by sharing your story of God’s faithfulness. It’s why we exist - to share our hope. While our journeys are similar, each individual story reveals God’s character in a unique way. We desperately want those stories to be shared and the blessings that will come from them realized. Not a writer? We get it, most of us aren’t either, but we work together as a team to do our best in getting the stories told. Please let us help you share your hope. It may be exactly what someone else needs to hear today.
The need is great. The laborers are few. At this time we are a 100% volunteer organization. Would you please prayerfully consider joining our team to help build the structure we need to continue equipping widows to share their hope? Here are just a few of the ways you could help.
Art department - We are looking for some talented people who can create social media pictures to supplement our stories. (does not have to be a widow)
Host a local widow’s group - We are looking for widows with the gift of hospitality who would like to host a local AWM affiliated widow’s group (must be a widow)
Regional AWM ambassador - We are looking for women who are passionate about building partnerships between AWM and local churches & businesses. (widow preferred)
Conference support team - We are looking for people skilled in event planning as well as those willing to do various tasks required to hold a conference. (does not have to be a widow)
Advisory Board Members - We are looking for people with nonprofit experience willing to offer their expertise to grow our ministry.
It is easy to fall into the trap of hating to ask for money, but the truth is we need your help. And it would be WRONG NOT TO INVITE YOU to participate in making a difference in the lives of thousands of widows and the people they will bless by sharing their stories.
There is no gift too small, no sacrifice that will go to waste. Your gift will be used to glorify God by equipping widows to share their hope!
It is so important to realize that others are going thru grief, facing becoming a widow, and surviving. So thankful for the sharing here. Makes me feel "normal"....whatever normal is? Loving Jesus is key for me, but loving you all, feeling your stories here is helping me survive. Thank you.
Loved, loved, loved reading this article. Why? Cause there were many parts of her story I can so relate to while other parts I use to feel just like her. "Frozen in grief. " Reading this article tonight open my eyes and heart to the reality that I am slowly healing. It's encouraging to know so many have had the same thoughts, experiences, feelings as I have in this Faith Journey of Widowhood. It's real. It's hard. It's lonely yet step by step He leads me, some days still carrying me, other days walking together. MOMENT by MOMENT I 'm kept in His Love!!! Thank-you Father for your Everlasting Love! Thank you Widow's Might for sharing! My heart and soul are strengthened tonight!
I really needed this right now. Just started 3rd year and am struggling with my faith. This reminder is what I needed. Grief is hard work but to remember God is helping...that is so important.
I have enjoyed these encouraging verses and I will hold onto them in my moments of doubt and sadness. The moments are few but they still sneak up on me. Thank God for providing this page to be an encouragement to me!
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this fb page!!! So real yet always encouraging.
I SO need the daily reminders that I matter to Him. I am almost at the 8 year mark. Sometimes I think I was stronger at the beginning of this "walk", at pushing forward. Now, this far down the path and starting into my "old age" years, I am tired. And I feel fear creeping in of what will happen when I can no longer work at my job. I can already tell physical strength is slowly ebbing away as I struggle to care for "home", both inside and a large yard. I could go on and on with me thoughts of this morning, but bottom line, just want to say THANK YOU and to please keep reminding us that this walk IS survivable and that my Jesus is always walking with me or carrying me.
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