Brother James and I made an audio about women in ministry and you can listen to it by clicking the button.
Here are the ideas from the older blog post that I referenced, written out for you:-)
* Blog. When I was first born again I started a homestead blog and shared what I was learning, in the ways of cooking from scratch, gardens, harvesting, canning, taking care of animals etc and shared pertaining scripture verses. As time went on I had a few different blogs that kept me busy in my free time and I looked forward to pouring myself out there in hopes that a glimpse into the life of a Titus 2 sister is would be an encouragement to others. (It was and is, as many have told us.) Over time, as our ministry grew, I shut those blogs down and focused on what brother Jim felt the Lord calling us to do. Not long ago we discussed that I had time to open a new sisters blog. Yes, believe it or not, a simple blog about the life of a godly woman (and what she is learning, how to strip her life down and how she is becoming obedient) is very edifying to other sisters! If you have knowledge about homeschooling, that would be a tremendous help for those struggling through it. A blog about sewing and making household items would be good. How about an informative blog about God's creation. A blog that has craft ideas for those who have children would be good. Anything that is good, pure, true etc (see Philippians 4:8) would be encouraging to other sisters! This is one of the biggest forms of ministry we encourage others to do because it's free, it can edify the body of Christ all over the world and it's a light in a dark place. It takes our focus of ourselves and instead pours out our love to the saints in a form of online fellowship. We are very encouraged by blogs from the brethren.
NOTE: Women are not to be teaching theology. They can teach anything pertaining to women and the roles women have, such as the examples I've given.
* Email the gospel. When brother Jim was in the sales job, he would bring home business cards that he found on bulletin boards and I would email the gospel to the women. There are many ways to find email addresses.
* Mail out the gospel. At one time we started working our way through the phone book and mailed out the gospel to all our neighbors and surrounding towns and we know others who do the same.
* Hand out gospel cards. Learn to look for opportunities at stores, busy downtown areas, farmers markets, rummage sales, swap meets etc. (We call those places like the old marketplace.) You'd be surprised how opportunities arise if you are ready and just striking up a conversation with a woman can open the door. (click the gospel button below.)
* Watch for discounts and sales on shelf stable foods and household goods to donate to a homeless shelter, soup kitchen, someone who's gone through a disaster etc. and have a gospel card with it. Over time, without spending a lot of money, you can have an assortment of items ready to share when the need arises.
* Watch for opportunities in your neighborhood that you can offer baked goods with the gospel, as a neighborly gift.
* Volunteer work. If you choose to do volunteer work be sure that it is not with an unbiblical faith based organization. There are places that provide meals for the low income elderly, soup kitchens, food pantries etc. If you carefully consider them, they might be an option for you.
* Start a small (low investment) home business making something and selling it online, at farmers markets or town rummage sales etc and give the gospel out with it. I used to gather supplies at thrift stores and make good and godly things to sell online. Many people make soaps, lotions, natural products, aprons, crafts, grow extra food in the garden etc. It doesn't have to be complicated and it gets you in the world, in a safe manner, to shine your light, keep you busy and share the Word.
* Childcare might be an option for you if carefully chosen. There may be people who need childcare in order to work and if the situation was right you could be a godly light to those children in your care.
* There may be some options in writing to women prisoners.
* Maybe there is a woman's shelter that you could volunteer.
* You can put gospel signs on your car.
Hopefully that was encouraging to you and I praise you sisters who are obedient to the Lord, Loving Him and loving our neighbor by sharing the gospel and being salt and light unto the world around us.
In fervent godly love,