The Noticer Returns


Sometimes you find perspective, and sometimes perspective finds you. Through a chance encounter at a local bookstore, Andy Andrews is reunited with the man who changed everything for him – Jones, also known as “The Noticer.” As the story unfolds, Jones uses his unique talent of noticing little things that make a big difference. And

Enter for a chance to Win FREE Tickets to The Christmas Candle Movie (and More!)


Brighten your holiday season with The Christmas Candle, a new major motion picture based on a book by Max Lucado. The film opens THIS WEEKEND in theaters across the U.S. We’re giving away prize packs to 20 winners. Each will receive a pair of tickets to see The Christmas Candle and a copy of the

Destiny Africa Join Forces at Women of Faith


At the recent Hartford, CT stop on Women of Faith’s Believe God Can Do Anything tour the audience was treated to a special musical number performed by Destiny Africa, a children’s choir from Kampala Children Centre in Uganda. Teresa B. echoed many who were there at the Hartford event: “What beautiful voices the children from

Women of Faith Christmas Catalog: 2013 Edition


The 2013 Women of Faith Christmas Catalog is here! Inside its virtual pages you’ll find favorite books and products from our 2013 events, gifts for the whole family, and special Christmas items to help put you in a holiday mood. We hope you enjoy browsing through our catalog and finding things you (and everyone on

The Best Conference of Her Life


Just a few weeks ago Ruth was at the Sacramento Believe God Can Do Anything event. It was Ruth’s fifth year to attend Women of Faith . . . but this year was different from the previous four. This is her story: “Every year,” Ruth told us, “I have come with a very special friend

Enter to Win a Signed Copy of Hope in Front of Me by Danny Gokey


Stepping onto the American Idol™ stage just weeks after his first wife’s unexpected death, Danny Gokey experienced both the pinnacle of hope and the depth of despair. But destiny is sometimes born out of our darkest moments. . . Hope in Front of Me reveals what Danny has learned through overcoming obstacles and how the

Shaking in My Stilettos


The other day I appeared on The 700 Club to talk about my new book The Single Woman: Life, Love, & a Dash of Sass. Though I’m no stranger to public platforms, I still get anxious before finding myself on one – especially a new one. And when I say “anxious” I actually mean like

In the Midst of Dirty Dishes


Show hospitality to one another without grumbling. As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace: . . . whoever serves, as one who serves by the strength that God supplies — in order that in everything God may be glorified through Jesus Christ. —1

The Companionship of Brokenness


A few years ago I received a letter from a ministry leader asking if I would meet privately with his wife. He saw that I was to be in town to speak at a women’s event and wrote, “A group of women from my church will attend, but my wife is not one of them.

The Glory of the Lord


My group was running a little late. When we arrived at the coliseum, I could hear the music coming from inside. It was beautiful and soothing. When we found our area to sit and entered into the arena, I was overwhelmed with tears just falling down my cheeks! It was an immediate response to the