A Pot in His Hand’s Vision
The purpose of this ministry is to equip women to identify themselves as valuable, to build self-worth, to better understand that they can be agents of change and influence in the world, and finally, to help them identify their strengths and achieve their goals. Young women need a vision of who they are, where they are going, and what they hope to achieve in this life. The Bible says, “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” (Proverbs 29:18)
Madeline Sara, a visionary, women’s leader and wife of BBC President Jack Sara, received the name of the ministry, “A Pot in His Hand,” from the Lord. “This name reminds us that God is the One who shapes us into what He wants us to be.”
For Women, by Women
With a vision to provide a voice to the voiceless in a male-dominant society such as Palestine, the women’s ministry also produces a women’s magazine.
The seasonal magazine is published and distributed every three months. The entire production team is composed of women, including the photography, design, writers and editors. Half of our small team are graduates from BBC. For every issue, the team prays and seeks God for His help and direction in addressing topics such as achieving dreams, healthy relationships between men and women, raising children, spiritual topics, and stories of brave women who faced sickness and other challenges. The magazine is distributed to Palestinian women from all backgrounds, including Christians and Muslims.