Grace Community Church Women's Ministries

Designed and maintained by the women of Grace Community Church in Chico, Ca, this site serves as a connection point for women who seek meaningful and authentic interaction with other women. It is an online community created to stimulate purposeful conversation and promote spiritual and personal growth.

This is a venue where authenticity rules, a place where we can share and celebrate realistic expectations about our kids, our bodies, our husbands, our homes, and our jobs.

Here we discover new books, share strategies for maintaining sanity in the face of ridiculously busy lives, and organize ourselves around events and efforts that hold promise for life change.

This is a place where a loving community of women can encourage one another, teach one another, and minister to one another – all with an eye toward becoming all that God intends us to be.


Comments: It is through your comments and contributions of news and ideas that this community will thrive. Please comment on any of our posts that you find interesting and relevant to your life. We’ll do our best to interact with comments in ways that benefit the community as a whole.

Contact the blog manager:  If you’d like to connect with someone about the blog in general, please contact our designer and blog-sage Jessica Kojabashian at

Connect with us on Facebook: We want to make it easy for you to read new posts and respond to them so we’ve set up a Facebook page, Women’s Ministries at Grace Community Church, Chico CA, that can help with that.  Please contact our social media manager, Paige Gilbert, at with any questions.


While we will always seek to share content that aligns with our values, the opinions expressed by the various authors and other contributors on this site do not necessarily represent those of Grace Community Church. Information will be considered accurate at the time it is posted, however we cannot guarantee its enduring accuracy, completeness, or validity. We will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in what is presented here, or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.


Your comments are what make this site interesting and dynamic so please comment often, bearing in mind the following:

  • Please use your real name (or online persona) for your comments. If you post your comment anonymously, we reserve to right to delete it.
  • Please always use good taste. Profanity and personal attacks will be deleted.
  • Please include no affiliate links in your comments
  • We reserve the right to moderate or delete any comment. Though we anticipate this will be a very rare occurrence, it may from time to time be necessary to protect contributors, visitors to the site, and the integrity of the site itself.