Why Women Active for Christ?



The purpose of Women Active for Christ is to provide opportunities for women to understand and fulfill the Great Commission through their responsibilities in the family, in the church, in the community and around the world. Satan seeks to destroy our families.  He doesn’t want us to have strong churches where the Bible is taught and preached.  Satan wants our communities to be filled with crime and violence and he doesn’t want the unreached around the world to hear about Jesus. We encourage you to serve on the local level or at all levels; local, district, state and national.  Whether God has made you a prayer warrior, a bold witness, a giver of monthly support to missionaries, or someone who takes out the trash, do it well and for His glory!

Annual Meeting

Kentucky Women Active for Christ will meet Friday, June 17, 2016 at the Brush Creek Free Will Baptist Church.  Registration will begin at 9:30 am and the meeting will begin at 10:00 am.  The theme for the day will be “I Surrender All”.  Sister Sarah Sargent, President of Ohio Women Active for Christ and Women Nationally Active for Christ Board Member will be our speaker for the day.

Fall Retreat

Additionally, Kentucky Women Active for Christ will host it’s annual prayer retreat on October 14 and 15, 2016 at the Lake Cumberland 4-H Center near Jabez Kentucky.  Our speaker will be Rhonda Tuttle from Irving, Texas.  For more information, contact Jonda Patton at

Currently Officers

Jonda Patton, President                                               Priscilla Hayes, Vice President

Judy Goble, Secretary                                                   Saundra Ball, Treasurer

Linda Smith, Field Worker East                                 Dorsie Puckett, Field Worker West

Rhonda Coleman, Member at Large                          Judy Delong, Member at Large

Jennifer Sturgill, Member at Large


We have been given an unbelievable opportunity to help build Christ’s Church all over the world.  We have an important place in building His kingdom. How many times have we heard; there is strength in numbers?  Working together, we truly can and do make a difference!