We are thousands of volunteers who tell women about Jesus through local events and small groups:
We support women as they talk about Jesus.
Stonecroft communicates the Gospel to women where they are, as they are. This calling demands that we continuously research and develop ministry models which relate to women today – and equip our volunteers to use them.
Stonecroft develops programs and resources that support Gospel outreach to women. Guidebooks, videos, conference calls, promotional materials, and many other digital and printed items keep our volunteers’ large group, small group, and one-on-one outreach efforts effective.
Stonecroft staff members in our Home Office and around the country encourage our volunteers with outreaches and training, in person and over-the-phone support, financial and human-resources situations, vision casting, and fervent prayer.
“I want to continually celebrate that I know Jesus more intimately tomorrow than I do today.” Lorraine Potter Zechmann shows us how to rejoice in Jesus’ love.
What does it mean to glorify God, especially when He has all the glory? Lorraine Kalal tells us how our lives and actions show more of God’s glory to others.
Volunteers reflect, brag about, and point others to God’s glory. Some of our Facebook friends recently shared about their experiences and hopes for the future.
Prayer is hard, but essential. Lorraine Potter Kalal explains the importance of a life of prayer.
Prayer precedes everything Stonecroft does. Cheryl Lee Davis prompts us to pray using eight different approaches.