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Women today are under more pressure to perform than ever before. Most of us are overwhelmed with managing our careers, homes and families and have little time for renewal.
We are so busy soaking up the water that we have no time to turn off the faucet.

Our friendships are neglected, marriages are stagnant and dreams are dwindling. We must begin (again?) to take care of ourselves and each other, if we want to become (again) powerful, influential, confident women of JOY! After all, 
"If mamma ain't happy, ain't noooobody happy." 
In truth, many stay-at-home-moms feel desperately alone, while working moms wish they could get a minute alone. As the kids grow, and our responsibilities change, we need strength and wisdom to guard them from the traps of their own choices, and we need support in finding our new role and identity. Because, God knows, if we don't have peace and work/life balance, we are of little help to the next generation. 
Women need women.
Divorce, drugs, disease, depression... these are just a few of the epidemics in our culture which are ripping apart our families, breaking our hearts and robbing our dreams... and it's time we use our pain for a bigger purpose! A lonely, discouraged woman can be very destructive, but when women unite, they become extremely powerful and productive. Whatever it is causing you to loose sight of the calling on your life, we want to encourage you to PRESS ON, because
YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
We are in the process of clarifying a ministry that will empower you and the women in your circles of life with strength to carry on to VICTORY–for your good and God's glory. Please take a moment to fill out this survey in order to help us clarify our vision so that we, too, can carry on for Him. 

* 1. Which areas of life do you wish you had more support and / or Biblical insight?

* 2. How often do you attend business, recovery, networking, educational, social or faith-based meetings?

* 3. If an inspirational meeting were to become available on Cape Cod this Fall, how likely is it that you would consider attending (at least to check it out)?

* 4. What would you hope to gain from this meeting / ministry?

* 5. On a scale of 0 (not at all) to 100 (large), how big do feel the (above) need is in your community?

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* 6. How often do you feel this ministry should meet?

* 7. Which day of the week would be best for your schedule?

* 8. What type of venue would you feel most comfortable in?

* 9. What word(s) do you feel would best describe the ministry you desire?

* 10. Would you be interested in helping to start this ministry?

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