Built on the solid foundation - The Word of God. Titus 2: 4-5
"That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children, to be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed".
Women who endeavor to follow the path that leads to godly living.
Women empowered to unite in love, embracing the agape love of God for each other.
Women aiming to dispel all evil influences and promote positive thinking with remarks for and to each other.
Women who build social etiquette and uplift each other.
Women who respect each other's view point and maintain harmony in the group at all times.
At the end of each meeting the participants must be able to ensure that our Mission Statement is observed:
Just Because is the name given to this group because it is just what it is!“Just Because”We measure our success by the growth and the cohesiveness of the group. We pray and embrace each other with love and harmony. These tools we use to help develop and maintain our mission. As we move forward and journeying on to knowing more about the Lord in Praise and Worship, we feel His love towards us and we are motivated to better communicate with each other and move to find useful training and recognition tools to help us in the future.
We are aiming to maintain a healthy group physically and spiritually by providing healthy savory dishes with a balance diet and observe God’s presence in all what we do. There is nothing more powerful than caring for people who venture to motivate each other and help other people who are in need. Just Because is an opportunity to interact with our colleagues and talk about important issues.
The tongue can be a raging fire because of the damage it can cause. The uncontrolled tongue can do terrible things. Satan uses the tongue to divide people and put them against one another. Idle and hateful words are damaging because they spread destruction quickly and no one can stop the result once they are spoken. We dare not be careless with what we say thinking we can apologise later; because, even if we do, the scars remain. A few words spoken in anger can destroy a relationship that took years to build. Before you speak remember that words are like fire; you can neither control nor reverse the damage they can do. If no human being can tame the tongue, why bother trying! In addition, remember we are not fighting the tongue’s fire in our own strength. When we are criticized, the Holy Spirit will heal the hurt and keep us from lashing out at each other.