Recently we released our new Joy-Filled Life DVD Collection – this is a brand-new, exclusive Women of Faith series that is currently available ONLY to event attendees and friends through a very special introduction by mail. If you have already received the DVD and are yet undecided on whether you’d like to join the series,
Look at the new thing I am going to do. It is already happening. Don’t you see it? — Isaiah 43:19(a) NCV It’s not every day we launch a brand-new type of event, but next Saturday marks the first appearance of . . . not just a new tour, not just a new lineup of
We are very excited to announce the release of our new Joy-Filled Life DVD Collection – this is a brand new exclusive Women of Faith series that is currently available ONLY to our esteemed event attendees and friends through a very special introduction by mail. We sent the DVD as a one-time unsolicited preview because
This year was my first time to attend Women of Faith. After being away from God for 20 years, I found my way back to Him in July 2009. A friend of mine at church went with me to Women of Faith in Columbus, OH, in April, 2011. I don’t know exactly what I expected,
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.
You don’t have to wait for an event to hear from our speakers. Every week, one of them writes an email to our Connection members. They may tell a story from their past, keep you posted on what they’re up to now, or just muse about the season. It’s always different and always interesting—and it’s
Have you heard from our speakers lately? For example, did you get a report from Marilyn Meberg about her “night on the town” or read the sweet story behind Luci’s new (to her) book on Rembrandt? If you’re a Connection member, you did! A weekly email from one of our speakers is just one of
In January, we told you the story of Lisa Byker and her heart for the Native American students at Rehoboth Christian School in New Mexico. (Full story here.) She and her friends were working to bring a group of girls from the school to The Revolve Tour’s Dream On event. It took a lot of
Two years ago, Jessica Wagner was a twenty-seven-year-old long-time alcoholic. She had grown up in church, but that didn’t stop her from a 48-hour drinking binge leading to a complete breakdown and attempted suicide. Thanks to many prayers—especially those of her grandmother—and medical attention, the suicide attempt failed and Jessica began the road to recovery.
On May 7, Max, Jenna, and Travis will come together to inspire others to “out live their lives.” How can you and your friends join them? We’re glad you asked! Max and Jenna would love to share―and Travis would love to lead worship―at your church or come to your home to be with your small