Bawanna Bostic Ministries

Women’s Ministry

God’s Spirit has awakened dreams, possibilities, ministries, and futures in women all across this world. We desire to encourage, inspire, and teach each woman their real value through the Word of God. Our assignment is to establish value in every woman’s life and replace every false belief with God’s Word for their uniqueness. God tells us in the Book of Proverbs that we are treasured; we are precious and worthy to be respected.

Women are often found struggling with a lack of self-worth and esteem. The average women believe false thoughts about her identity due to involvement in complicated relationships or have experienced hardships in life. We will endeavor to raise women to their rightful place in themselves, their homes, and communities by helping them to see who they are through the eyes of God.  We invite you to come and learn how treasured you are. 

“For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end” (a future and a hope).

Jeremiah 29:11

Chaplain Services

Chaplains are persons called by God and who have been professionally trained and certified to minister to peoples’ spiritual needs within the context of empowering people to be whole in mind, body, and spirit. Chaplains respect the right of all people to follow any religion or no religion at all. Chaplains perform their duties beyond church walls. Chaplains serve people of all faiths.

Our Chaplain services will assist a person-no matter what the specifics of their life circumstances. The Chaplain will minister to the persons’ mind, body, and spirit while assisting the person to grow within their spirituality or religious beliefs and practices. The Chaplain will listen carefully as a person relate their life stories. This enables Chaplains to assist them, articulate and assess their spiritual care plan to empower the person to cope with whatever is happening in her or his life.

Our Chaplains work in many environments. We perform weddings or funeral ceremonies, administer communion, deliver spiritual messages, offer prayer at public meetings, and provide regular counseling. We may also function as advocates; hospital chaplains, law enforcement and fire departments, political bodies, sports teams, and educational institutions.