Women's Ministry

The mission of Beloved Daughters Women’s Ministry is to glorify God through the mutual edification and building up of one another. This is done through the teaching of the Word, the worship of Christ, and by creating environments that cultivate an authentic and transparent culture with relational depth. 

 

Our mission is to see lives transformed as we pursue the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. Our belief is that the Word of God, when taught, spoken and received within the context of community will bring healing, hope, beauty for ashes, joy, and restoration as we walk in our identity as daughters of the King.

 


“As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Abide in my love.”

John 15:9



Contact us at apryor@chiwestbiblechurch.org

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Meet our Team


  • DANIELLE kELLY     Ministry Coordinator

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  • ANGELA PRYOR      Ministry Administrator

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  • MEGAN BLOEDEL  Planning Team

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  • MELODY WILEY    Planning Team

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This Event is full!


September Women's Event

Please Join us for our next Women's event - Out Door Evening Dinner Party!


When: September 25th \ 7:30 - 9:30 pm

Where: 128 Francisco Terrace Oak Park, IL 60303


Please Register Below, we will need to know how many to expect so we can plan for staying within the preventive COVID guidelines.  

Mask are required!


Space is limited! 


If you have any questions please contact Angie @ apryor@chiwestbiblechurch.org or 773-302-0067

Encountering Monthly devotion

Encountering God through Waiting by Megan Bloedel


When I was quite young, my mom made me take swimming lessons. I didn’t mind hanging out with my friends, getting to play in the pool, or even learning strokes. But, for someone with asthma and anxiety, holding my breath or being underwater was stressful (to say the least).


On one particular day, the swim teachers decided that instead of the normal lessons, they would combine all of the students to play some educational games. There were so many kids screaming and splashing in the water that no one noticed when I was accidentally pushed into the deep end.


As I desperately attempted to feel the bottom of the pool with my feet, I realized I was in over my head and panic swiftly overtook me. I began to hyperventilate, swallow water, and choke. As if my body somehow forgot how to float, I felt myself sinking and try as I might I couldn’t keep my head above the water.


I tried calling out, but no one heard me because the teachers were focused on the other kids. I cried out louder, but still no one heard me.


You might not be a terrified ten-year-old who is terrible at swimming, but have you ever felt like you were drowning? Maybe your circumstances felt like turbulent waters, sucking you under and filling you with confusion, frustration, and desperation.


Or maybe, those turbulent waters were your own sin, and you felt like you were drowning in shame, despair, and guilt. Trust me, I’ve been there countless times.


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