Structure – Yes, it’s Important

Structure is important in every facet of our lives. As children we were taught basic hygiene, how to share, not to play in the street, etc. Structured activities prepare children for the real world where boundaries and following rules lead to a peaceful existence for those who abide by them.

We do not, however, want our children to mindlessly obey, not questioning practices they feel are unfair, but without structure chaos would reign.

In the LWML, our structure is built around our Vision and Mission Statements and our bylaws. Structure in the LWML should never confine your group to a fixed schedule where you can’t be creative or productive but enhance the productivity and joy of group activities. This structure keeps us centered on Jesus Christ and serving Him. If your group needs help keeping organized without feeling confined, contact us at