CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD

 

The Fivefold Purpose of the Girls Ministries

  1. To win girls to Jesus Christ through love and acceptance
  2. To teach them to obey everything Jesus commanded us—developing girls spiritually and mentally
  3. To provide encouragement, support, and accountability through lasting Christian relationships
  4. To provide an environment for girls to develop their gifts and abilities
  5. To acquaint them with the Great Commission of Jesus Christ our Lord


Sun-light Kids Club
For birth through 36 months.
Rainbows Club
For preschool boys and girls ages 3 and up.
Daisies Club
For Kindergarten girls.
Prims Club
For first- and second-grade girls.
Stars Club
For third- through fifth-grade girls.
Friends Club
Friends Club
For sixth- through eighth- grade girls.
Girls Only
Girls Only Club
For ninth- through twelfth-grade girls.

TGM Blog

Girls Ministries

  • New Teen Girl Web Features
    New Web features for your teen girls! The Friends and Girls Only Web pages are sporting some new, fun features, and your girls can be involved. While the previous Friends and Girls Only Web pages offered features for teen girls, more features have been added, and former ones have been replaced.
  • WOUNDS THAT HEAL
    I remember hearing stories in high school about self-mutilation and wondering how someone could do that to her own body. It made no sense. My immediate conclusion was that it had to be for attention. What else could drive a person to do such a thing? I also remember knowing that something like that would never be a problem for me. I was too strong to ever resort to hurting myself, or so I thought.
  • SELF-INJURING: A CRY FOR HELP
    “…By his wounds we are healed”. (Isaiah 53:5) “Sometimes I cut myself. Sometimes I burn myself.” She was a beautiful 16-year-old girl explaining her secret behaviors for when she felt overwhelmed with life and hurtful memories. I was a 23-year-old youth pastor trying to listen and help, feeling stunned by behavior I had heard of but never seen.
  • Keeping Girls Motivated
    As a leader of teen girls you know this age group doesn’t fall into rigidly–structured programs like younger girls. Teen girls share their opinions of club format. So how do you react? Don’t take it personally; consider it their investment in the club. However, if their comments have you wondering how to keep up attendance, try these five suggestions.
  • Teaching Pentecostal perspectives to your child
    When should you start teaching children about the intricacies of our Pentecostal perspective?