Volunteer Spotlight

NG mountainWomen in the Window International is delighted to introduce our featured volunteer, Noelle Gantz!  Though Noelle and her husband recently moved many states away, she continues to faithfully serve with us by preparing the monthly prayer guide we use when we meet for prayer on the first Friday of each month.  And she even made time to attend this year’s Spring Luncheon while in town on business!  Noelle brings a sincerity and sweetness to our volunteer team that is an incredible blessing, and we are so thankful for her involvement and commitment – especially from a distance.

We hope you will enjoy learning more about Noelle in the brief interview below.  If God is leading you to serve with WiW, please learn more about our volunteer opportunities and contact us!

Noelle, what compelled you to serve with Women in the Window?
I attended a Spring Luncheon several years ago to support a friend.  At the luncheon, the vision, the methods, and the impact of the ministry resonated with me as an area of serving the Kingdom that I could be passionate about.

What has been the most enjoyable aspect of your volunteer experience so far?
I now live in Colorado, but when I lived locally, my favorite times were the First Friday Fast and Prayer days when I was able to join the group of women praying and Skyping with the women ministry partners.  Seeing and conversing with these ladies helped the reach of the ministry come to life for me.

What’s one of the most interesting things you’ve learned about WiW’s ministry?
The group of women who volunteer and contribute to the ministry is beautifully diverse in age, profession, geography, culture, and talents.

What is a passage of Scripture that has special significance for you?
During the many times in my life that have been full of uncertainty  and anxiety, Proverbs 3:5-6 has provided me guidance over and over again: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and don’t lean on your own understanding.  In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths.”