Esther and Men of Mordecai
The National Coalition of Women in Ministry host two types of awards: Esther®, and Men of Mordecai® Awards.
ESTHER AWARDThe Esther Award is reserved for as a National Honor for women that come t.o our Headquarters to be honored on a National Level from across the nation
The Esther nominee must be a committed worker in her church or the community for at least five consecutive years. If you have a woman leader or minister that has exhibited dedicated service in your church or community, we would like to honor this special person with the National Esther Award from NCWM.
Honorees can be nominated by anyone in their church or community that sees the value of their dedication to helping support the ministry efforts.
The Esther Awards are designed to celebrate and honor women in leadership and ministry that have been committed to helping build the Kingdom of Jesus Christ for 5 years or more.
The name Esther is taken from the Book in the Bible "Esther". It commemorates the example given by Queen Esther. Esther was an adopted child that came from a humble beginning. She was adopted by her uncle Mordecai. Esther was beautiful and very intelligent. She did all things decently and in order. Esther knew when to speak and when to be silent.
Esther helped save her people by calling them to fast in preparation for her to go to the King without being called by him. Esther was a bold and courageous young lady. She knew that she could be killed when she went before the King without being called. Esther fasted and prayed in order to ask God to prepare the King to receive her without wrath. She accepted her call to help save her people even though she was risking her life.
It is these type of women we at NCWM honor and celebrate. Women who are beautiful queens, wise, orderly, intelligent, timely and courageous for the Lord. Women who will do what God calls them to do in spite of the circumstances that appear to surround them. Women that have a calling to help God's people in any ministry that they have been given a gift to do. Women who are committed to using their gifts to build the kingdom of God.
MEN OF MORDECAI AWARD
The Men of Mordecai is a National Award reserved as a National Honor for men that come to our Headquarters to be honored on a National Level from across the nation. We honor men that support women as the lead and serve others.
The male nominee must be one that has helped a woman that serve helping others in the community for at least two years. Mordecai was a key person to help, guide and support Esther as she helped her people in the time of need. If you know of a man that has helped a women with their ministry efforts please submit their name below.
Gods holy word says in Philippians 4:3 BBE And I make request to you, true helper in my work, to see to the needs of those women who took part with me in the good news, with Clement and the rest of my brother-workers whose names are in the book of life.
Women of God should recommend men that have helped them as they ministered on behalf of Christ. The mission of the NCWM is to empower, promote, inspire and develop for the work of Jesus Christ. We therefore are encouraging one another and build each other up in the Lord. We want to thank these men because they have been identified as a man that has encouraged a women in ministry and leadership.
To Our Christian Friends:
The National Coalition of Women in Ministry (NCWM) is calling for nominations for its Annual Esther and Men of Mordecai Awards Ceremony.
The Esther nominee must be a committed worker in her church or community for at least five consecutive years. If you have a woman leader or minister that has exhibited dedicated service in your church or community, we would like to honor this special person with the National Esther Award from NCWM.
This is our 14th year hosting the Esther Awards and our 8th year hosting the Men of Mordecai Awards Ceremony we look forward to honoring your faithful member. The ceremony will be in Memphis, Tennessee, April 27, 2018.
Nominees can come from any state across the United States of America.
We have honored over 720 women and men in leadership across the United States of America. Please help us continue fulfilling our mission to empower, and encourage women for the Kingdom of God.
Please submit only one name from each church or organization.
You must submit a nomination with contact information and submit a brief two-paragraph biography of the nominee with the submission.
Please click the link above to nominate someone. If you have questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 901-877-8820
Brenda Leslie, National President
Dr. Jada Meeks, Executive Director