All Women, All Seasons
Welcome to Madison Campus Women’s Ministries!
We are so happy you decided to stop by our page.   God made women for a unique purpose and a huge part of that is to be in relationships.   Most women thrive on relationships- whether they be with spouses, children, girlfriends, or others.   When there are challenges in any of these we get discouraged and sometimes fearful.  The amazing thing to me is that God is the author of this need for relationship because it is a reflection of himself.  In fact the most important adjective that describes God can only be understood in relationship:  God is Love.
This year we are going to encourage all our ladies (ages 18-99!) to learn how to FLOURISH in their relationships and in their knowledge of what that means to God.
  • We are working to make the content on this page useful, inspiring, and growth-producing.  This is in the context of our marriages, parenting, friendships, and relationship with God.
  • We are going to be facilitating the formation of small groups based on common interests, goals, and stages of life.  Please let me know if you want to be involved in this!
  • We will have one conference at our church  February 23 and 24, 2019.   It will be Sabbath evening and Sunday Morning. (Mark your calendars!)
I look forward to getting to know you better and I am so excited to be here with you!!
In love,
Cindy Boskind
MCC Women’s Ministry Leader

Don’t forget to sign up to our first Flourish Conference below!


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Trusting in The Lord.

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your path.” Proverbs 3:5-6 NKJV

God is personally overseeing my journey, and your journey, as we go through life. Satan authorizes confusion on our path to baffle our direction. He continually throws doubt about our relationship with each other, doubt with our allegiance to God, and His care for us. Satan realizes that a doubtful spirit paralyzes us and takes our peace.

We must go forward with the wisdom God has developed in us and always be open to a direction change if needed. Remember if the direction is outside His will he will make it know to us by some means. This gives us confidence to move through life, in faith that we are in right standing with our God and Savior.

Skye Fisher

Home Maker
Married 43 Years
Mother of two Girls