Pat Domangue - Onfire Ministries

DIG: Digging in God's Word

A Women's "How To" Bible Study

DIG is an acronym for Digging In God’s Word. DIG is a “how to” study the Bible study for women with 6 weeks of personal study and 7 weeks of corporate study.

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OnFire Ministries

As founder of OnFire Ministries, I desire to see women’s lives changed through the power of God’s word just as mine has been changed. I am a Bible study author and teacher and women’s event speaker with a passion for God's Word and for women to experience the incredible life transforming power of His word.

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[Pat's] knowledge of Scripture is extensive and her style of teaching is personal and refreshing. Her passion for Jesus is contagious and I have grown spiritually each time I’ve studied God’s Word with her.

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Do You Want To Be A Wife Who Prays For Your Husband?

Pray for your husband

I know the answer to my question, “Do you want to be a wife who prays for your husband?” The answer is “Yes, I want to pray for my husband” or you would have never read this far. I am like you, I want to be a wife who prays for my husband. We should be the one person our husband can count on to pray for him. So dear sister, I want to encourage you to pray for your husband, because he needs it.   He has so many …

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What Hopeless Situation Are You Facing Today?

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Hope is a precious and rare treasure in the world today. It seems people are living without hope in so many ways. The darkness of this world has impacted our belief system. The spiritual enemy of our soul has deceived us and made us place our hope in things that are sure to fail us. And they do leaving us in a hopeless state.   You are not hopeless!     A believer in Christ, should never be hopeless or without hope. A believer in Christ should be like Christ …

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If Only My Husband Knew

I have been given a wonderful, yet unique and somewhat scary opportunity to speak at a men’s retreat about marriage. I guess you could say they are sending me in to be a voice for their wives. Some how I am supposed to step in to a room full of men and give them something that makes a difference in their marriage and helps them understand their wife. Wow! Is that ever a task!   I am honored they asked and excited that a significant part of their retreat is …

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Do You Need Tips In Ministry Team Building

Team building is an important aspect of getting started in ministry. The past 10 blogs focused on getting a ministry started whether, a church based ministry or a ministry outside the walls of the church building. My personal experience comes from both dynamics. I served as a volunteer women’s ministry director and as a church staff women’s minister. I also developed a women’s ministry outside the traditional church organization, OnFire Ministries. Either way, I serve churches and women in churches, and I love it!   One common link between a …

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Planning Requires Dreaming, Then You Narrow the Focus

Narrow the focus is your last step of preparation for your first step of planning in ministry. So far, we covered 8 steps of getting started in ministry and we haven’t even left the starting position. Following these steps plus today’s step gives clarity and confidence as we move forward in getting your ministry started.   Yes, it seems like a lot of preliminary stuff to go through. However,  you will be glad you took the time when you are not floundering with what is the next thing.   In …

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Planning in Ministry Doesn’t Need To Be Boring 

Planning in ministry can mean a lot of different things. You may be planning an event, your calendar of events for the year, how to move forward in a new direction, and the list goes on. I am a planner so this part of ministry is a natural and necessary thing. It is hard to see how anyone can do ministry without serious planning, but serious planning doesn’t mean boring.   My Favorite Place To Begin When Planning In Ministry Have a dream session! Dream Sessions are a very effective …

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Core Values Connect To Every Stage Of Getting A Ministry Started

Core Values get down to the heart of your ministry. They show who you are and what matters to you above all else. These basic principles reflect what you believe and help define your purpose. You and I do what we do based on our belief system and how we understand our personal and ministry purpose. Identifying and making known your core values is step number six of this procedure.   The past five steps identified in this blog series: God’s Calling, God’s Commission, and Getting Your Ministry Started Prayer Should Be At Every …

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When Beginning Your Ministry, You Need People, Passion, and Passionate People

In this blog series, our focus is about getting started in ministry; today, I want to talk about passionate people. I love Jesus and I love being in ministry. Jesus and ministry are both about people. Jesus loves people; therefore, He calls us to ministry to be a reflection of His love.   People are important to us when we are getting started in ministry because people are important to Jesus. He calls people, loves people, and ministers to people through people. Therefore, people must be a key part of our ministry. …

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If You Are Getting Started In Ministry, You Need A Mission Statement

Mission statements have been a part of my life since God called me and commissioned me. I discovered the need for a mission statement when I led the women’s ministry in my home church fourteen years ago. Eleven years ago I was in the beginning stages of developing OnFire Ministries. Once again I recognized the need for a mission statement because I saw the usefulness, guidance, and focus I found in taking this important step.   Proverbs 29:18 says, “Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that …

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You Need A Vision to Move Forward in Ministry

Vision is the ability to see. Our vision helps us to see what is directly in front of us as well as what is in the distance. We can enhance our vision by looking through binoculars. With binoculars, objects that are far away appear to be right in front of our eyes. When relating vision to ministry, vision speaks of the ability to see with eyes of faith.   This is part of a blog series about getting your ministry started.   Maybe you have been following God’s call in …

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