But if you want it to be co-ed, then you must find a man to help.
Now please, don't start sending me feedback saying the opposite.
As a leader and teacher of single adult ministry for the last 25 years, I get asked over and over again how to start a singles ministry. Women who have a passion and heart to reach singles. Women who often get tired of waiting for their pastors to start something.
Women who are headed for failure because they lack the one crucial part that is needed for success.
You see ladies, men know we will do it all because we have done it all.
So in order to allow them to lead, we have to often let some things go.
I am just saying that our role as women should be to encourage, support, pray and honor the role God has given men directly. There are things in life that only another woman can understand.
So when there are only women leading a ministry, they tend to draw only other women (and the occasional unhealthy male).
These men either do not have the calling or are not mature yet themselves.At one church where I was on staff, they actually assigned a deacon and his wife to each of our Sunday school classes (whole church) for one Sunday a month.I asked this couple if they would be willing to teach that one Sunday, as well as help with following up with men.So when you do find this man, then what is his role so that you can get a more balanced ministry?I personally like to get men up in front as much as possible.