Women of Faith Wednesday


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You Simply Have To Be Yourself


The world cries, “You’ve got to be thin and you’ve got to be rich. You’ve got to be great.” But Scripture says, “You don’t have to be any of those things. You simply have to be yourself—at any age as God made you, available to Him so that He can work in and through you

What do I look for?


The Lord gives us everything we need to cook up adventure. We don’t have to leave home to find it. We don’t need money or time. We simply need to ask the Lord, “What do I look for?”—and He’ll show us the fun right in front of us. –Luci Swindoll

He Takes No Notice


Honor God by accepting each other, as Christ has accepted you.



True friendships are characterized by grace, truth, forgiveness, unselfishness, boundaries, care, and love in gigantic and mutual proportion. –Luci Swindoll

Spotlight On: Anaheim


For many people, the thought of Anaheim, CA conjures up images of “the OC,” palm trees, and a certain famous mouse. But when we think of Anaheim, we picture the thousands of women who join us at the Honda Center every year for Women of Faith events. 2010 marks our 14th year in Anaheim—and since

Artistic Expression


We owe it to ourselves to make room for artistic expression. After all, the creative process puts us in touch with the Creator. —Patsy Clairmont



Is a pine cone more shapely than an acorn? Is a parrot more colorful than a hummingbird? Does a diamond glisten more than a pearl? Life is precious in all its glorious forms . . . ” . . . For God sees not as man sees, for man looks at the outward appearance, but



Laughter works on the soul like medicine. Encouragement is to a friendship what confetti is to a party. It’s light, refreshing, and fun, and you always end up finding little pieces of it stuck on you later. –Nicole Johnson

AdvoCare: Way Beyond Vitamins


“It’s not uncommon,” Jenny Donnelly says, “for me to be on the phone with a woman who needs help and direction in her life.” Is Jenny a counselor, women’s ministry leader, or member of a pastoral staff? No―she’s an AdvoCare distributor. You might not expect this to be part of a health and wellness company