Away with you, Satan! For it is written, “You shall worship the Lord your God, and Him only you shall serve.” —Matthew 4:10 When Satan tempted Jesus to jump off the pinnacle of the temple in Jerusalem to prove that Jesus was the Son of God, Satan played on the human fear of feeling insignificant.
with Lysa TerKeurst, Sheila Walsh, Lisa Harper, Holly Wagner, & Special Guest Roma Downey Live from Saddleback Church June 25, 2013 6pm-7pm (PST) Proverbs 31 partners with Women of Faith for a new webcast: Living a Life of Significance. Our speakers share their personal stories of how their struggles led to a deeper understanding of
Cara is from Moore, Oklahoma. She calls May 20, the day the tornado hit, “the day that has changed every single thing I thought I knew about our lives and our faith.” After thinking “about a million times” about what to write about her experience, Cara says “I have decided to stop waiting for the
The Lord is my strength and my song; he has given me victory. This is my God, and I will praise him—my father’s God, and I will exalt him! —Exodus 1 5:2 NLT In this passage, Moses uses the words, “my father’s God,” which means that his faith was passed down to him from his
Classic Car Games with Modern Twists from our Friends at Nationwide Insurance If you’re a parent, the thought of a long summer car ride has the potential to strike fear in your heart. It’s not the traffic or cost of gas that’s scary. It’s the prospect of keeping the kids entertained for hours on end.
I have a friend who is young and outgoing. Let’s assume her name is Kris. Kris could be the poster girl for any high-end fashion boutique. She is sassy, slim, and smart. On the surface she appears confident and self-assured, but over the years I have noticed one distinct flaw: she is masterful at giving
I never would have recognized her had I passed her on the street. She hardly seems like the same woman I saw in the video. She is literally glowing. Her hair falls down her back in long, gorgeous braids. Her belly is round with her first child. She is relaxed, but has a command of
Bad things happen because the world we live in is not the way God originally created it. in the garden of Eden, the world was in perfect harmony (Genesis 1-2). There were no hurricanes, tornadoes, or tsunamis. There were no murders, riots, or wars. There was no human pain, suffering, or death. But Adam and
Early on Friday morning, May 31, a caravan of volunteers left the Women of Faith office and headed north to Oklahoma, where we connected with Samaritan’s Purse at their temporary headquarters at Emmaus Baptist Church. After orientation and paperwork our group—staff, friends, family (including speaker Sheila Walsh), a local Women of Faith Group Leader, and
Leigh Anne Tuohy knows a thing or two about adding members to a family . . . and after seeing her depicted in The Blind Side, it should come as no surprise that she’s passionate about helping families come together. “We’re big believers that families don’t have to match,” she says. “You don’t have to