Dr. Barbara Lowe invites women to experience transformation during the first World Women's Wholeness Summit in March.
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The rapid development of technology has added to this problem.
Still waters run deep, and even so, the depth of our communion and communication with God will empower us to be still and know Him.
He wants to be known by you—to have His power and glory and love flowing freely through your life!
As we live and travel down life's road, we can push the boundaries God has established. But we do so at our own peril.
Rejection is the lie that keeps us captive to Satan, who tells us we are not worthy, wanted or appreciated.
Hint: "Charisma" magazine played a significant role.
"Are we willing to give till it hurts to be a family—a family of God? If we are not willing to give whatever it takes to do good to one another, sin is still in us."
How can you and I be that channel of blessing in the midst of our crazy-busy lives?
But letting God become your defender doesn't mean you become a doormat.
What unanswered questions do you have in your life?
Why Jen Ledger believes the next generation needs to be willing to sacrifice for Jesus
Blanca shares about reconnecting with her roots, the loss of her parents and God's comfort in the darkest places
Jesus was not a people pleaser, was not bound up with insecurity or fear, had total confidence in Himself, yet walked in obedience to His Father's mission and lived sacrificially.
'I Still Believe' tells the story of up-and-coming Christian musician Jeremy Camp as he falls in love with a young woman named Melissa. Melissa, unfortunately, is diagnosed with cancer.
If you have stepped out in faith and totally surrendered to God's plans for your life, you know and understand the struggle in remaining in Him.
For many years, including after I gave my life to Christ, I thought being a warrior was an honorable and holy goal. I was wrong.
If you are a woman who has experienced a particular call on your life but do not feel affirmed or encouraged by those in authority in your system, you know all too well the tension of which I speak.
"Women have twice as much PTSD, twice as much anxiety and twice as much depression as men."
I was a really good Christian. ... I worked in ministry. And I was a glutton.