Women in Ministry

We are here to not only serve as a resource, but also to affirm individuals and our churches who recognize God’s call in the lives of women and allow them the opportunity to serve God in the way they feel called.


India in Arlington

by Caitlyn Barbee — October 24, 2014

The room reaches a sweltering temperature as hundreds of bodies move and collide in circles, jumping and swaying to traditional Indian dance steps. The sounds of drums, violins and melodic pitches fill the room. The DJ plays a current Indian pop song and the crowd roars; the room looks like a musical number from a Bollywood movie come to life. Sweat mixed with condensation from the overtaxed air conditioning system accumulates on the ceiling beams and drips onto the heads of the dancers below, unbeknownst to them. The room feels like a sauna, fogging eyeglass lenses upon entering the room.

Where are you? India…

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Videos

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