It’s sometimes easier to trust God with big things than little ones. What are you afraid of? Mary Graham shares her fear of “the stupidest things”. Click the play button below (far right) to hear what those things are in this audio message: Download this audio (.MP3 file format)
Luci has been a speaker with Women of Faith since the beginning. Shortly after that first event back in 1996 she called up her friend Mary Graham to say, “This is gonna be BIG!” (And she was right!) Luci is a former corporate executive (Mobil Oil), opera singer (Dallas Opera), art teacher, public relations V.P.
Once we embrace our own forgiveness, we have something of the same to extend to those who’ve hurt us. ―Mary Graham
What’s it like to work “behind the booth” at a Women of Faith event? Find out from someone who knows—and hear why she thinks her team has an advantage over our speakers and artists. Recorded live on the concourse at Nationwide Arena during Imagine in Columbus, OH.
“I will take you as my people and I will be your God. Then you shall know that I am the Lord your God…” Exodus 6:7 As a child with seven older siblings, we only had bare essentials in our tiny house. My cousins, though, had everything . . . beds, rooms, TV, candy on
There is nobody like God. He can do whatever He wants. And, amazingly, what He wants is for us to know Him. —Mary Graham
“For this purpose I have raised you up, that I may show my power in you, and that my name may be declared in all the earth.” — Exodus 9:16 A friend of mine read the entire Bible when she was twelve. When she finished, she said to her mother, “Wow! God is really, really
“I will take you as my people and I will be your God. Then you shall know that I am the Lord your God…” — Exodus 6:7 As a child with seven older siblings, we only had bare essentials in our tiny house. My cousins, though, had everything . . . beds, rooms, TV, candy