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Women of Faith Wednesday


The Revolve Tour is back in 2011! Have you ever been to a Revolve event, or is there a teenage girl in your life who you’d like to take?   Don’t know about the The Revolve Tour? Check it out at http://www.revolvetour.com!  Bloggers who enter our blog hop will be entered for a chance to

Finish Line


I know I can’t always stop to enjoy the sparrow’s melodious song or pull off on the side of the road to gather a fistful of violets. But I also don’t want to arrive at the finish line empty handed and without a song in my heart. ―Patsy Clairmont

Spotlight on Tulsa


Was it really 1997 when Women of Faith last held an event in Tulsa, OK? It’s high time we went back!

Women of Faith Worship CD


Just in time for our fall events―the 2010 collection of worship songs from the Women of Faith Worship Team!  It’s what we’re singing at both Imagine and Over the Top events this year . . . and once you hear this CD, it’s what you’ll be singing all day long. Order one today and you’ll

Bright Ideas


Sometimes we run out of bright ideas and settle into shadowed ruts, but God never runs out of dazzling ideas. . . just look around.  ―Patsy Clairmont

Daily-ness of Life


Why is it that, in the daily-ness of life, it is hard to appreciate the valley? When you’re down there, it’s confusing. It doesn’t make sense, and there are times it’s downright scary. But there can be beauty in the valley if we just see it from the right perspective.  ―Sandi Patty

Glitter, Glue, and World Vision, Too


Recently a group of us at the Women of Faith office got together over lunch for a little card-making, letter-writing, picture-taking session.

Bored With Life


If you find yourself bored with life, remember that with just a little imagination you can shake loose from that by making your moments creative, fresh, fun, different, and uniquely you. ―Luci Swindoll

Dear Donna . . .


Dear Donna, My World Vision sponsored child is too little to read, what do I say to him/her?

True View


Christ has come to heal the network of cracks in our self-esteem, that we might view him more clearly and therefore see our own worth. — Patsy Clairmont (All Cracked Up)