Welcome to a new monthly series by Women of Faith attendee Donna Galli. Each month, Donna will answer questions and offer suggestion on how to bond with your sponsored child and make the most of your World Vision experience. Dear Donna, Is it really that important to write my World Vision Child? It is very important
The Imagine tour Worship Team was recently invited to take part in a service at the Crystal Cathedral. You, too, can enjoy that service on the Hour of Power television show airing Saturday, May 8 at 6 pm (PST) on TBN and Sunday at 8 am EST/PST on Lifetime. Click here for additional viewing opportunities.
Christ’s offer is breathtaking to those who acknowledge that they are thirsty, for it is more pure and satisfying than anything we can find on this planet. –Sheila Walsh (Beautiful Things Happen When a Woman Trusts God)
Even if you’re not a fan of Beyoncé’s music, it’s hard to avoid her song “All the Single Ladies.” True to form, Anita Renfroe feels Beyoncé may have left out a category of women who need some recognition—so she’s sending out this parody to women of a certain age who aren’t afraid to shake
I’m grateful that God is our Redeemer, and he will do what it takes to show us what’s true. –Sheila Walsh (Beautiful Things Happen When a Woman Trusts God)
Each event city has its own page on our Web site. It’s practically a one-stop shop for useful information. Find out who’s scheduled to appear in your city, what to wear, where to stay, how to get there, and more! Choose the events tab at womenoffaith.com, click on your city (from the map or the
Part of learning to trust God was learning to trust that he would lead me and keep me on not necessarily an easy path but a safe one. –Sheila Walsh (Beautiful Things Happen When a Woman Trusts God)
Turn your dial (or press the numbers on your remote) to NBC Thursday morning, May 6, to see Women of Faith speaker Lisa Whelchel on the TODAY show.
Rich Stearns’ book about his journey from corporate executive to head of World Vision, Inc., The Hole in Our Gospel, has been chosen as 2010 Christian Book of the Year by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA). Presented annually to the finest in Christian publishing since 1978, the Christian Book Awards honor titles in six categories:
Did one of the songs at Women of Faith touch your heart in a special way? Bloggers who enter our blog hop will be entered for a chance to win A Grand New Day CD. This CD from the Women of Faith Worship Team includes every song from the 2009 Grand New Day event,