Is It Your Time to Revive?

verb | re·vive | \ri-ˈvīv\
to become strong, healthy, or active again

Day after day, leaders like you valiantly serve on the frontlines of ministry—pouring life and compassion into messy situations and needy people. More often than not, leaders like you are getting the job done with deficient resources and dwindling energy. Revive Our Hearts understands the necessity for God’s leaders to take time to recharge, retool their skills, and seek the Lord with like-hearted women.

Our Revive conferences are tailor-made for new or seasoned leaders just like you! At Revive ’15, you’re invited to join Nancy Leigh DeMoss and Jen Wilkin (along with worship leader Lauren Chandler) for “Women Teaching Women,” September 25–26 at the Indianapolis Convention Center. Space is limited and will fill up in a flash, so reserve your ticket today!

As you make plans to attend, let’s look back to Revive ’13 and hear the opening session as Nancy teaches how we can be instruments of God’s grace . . . because God is our Helper.

See you at Revive ’15!

Ministry Opportunity: A church in the Indianapolis, Indiana area is seeking to hire an experienced Women’s Ministry Director. More information and a job description can be found on the church website.

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About the Author

Leslie Bennett

Leslie Bennett

Leslie Bennett served as a Director of Women’s Ministries for a dozen years prior to joining Revive Our Hearts in Women’s Ministry Initiatives. She is also the content manager of the Revive Our Hearts' Leader Connection blog and editor of two ebooks: Women’s Ministry Leader Survival Guide and 10 Truths to Set Leaders Free.

The Lord captured Leslie’s heart for biblical womanhood and revival at the national True Woman conference in 2008. Since then, she’s been spreading the message of how a woman’s femininity adorns the gospel wherever God sends her. Spend a few moments with Leslie, and you’ll catch her passion for the Word, prayer, revival and discipleship. She and her husband Mac live in the S.C. Lowcountry where she loves drinking sweet tea and encouraging women to treasure Christ above all.

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