Revive Our Hearts Podcast

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Leslie Basham: Telling the truth includes living out what you say. Here’s Dámaris Carbaugh.

Dámaris Carbaugh: Even if you say all the right things, are you living that out? Are you?

Leslie: This is Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, author of Adorned, for Tuesday, January 16, 2018.

Nancy: Last fall, I had the joy of joining 2,000 other women at the Revive '17 conference hosted by Revive Our Hearts in Indianapolis. What a blessing it was to sit and listen to various speakers share their insights from Titus chapter 2. Last week we began re-living that experience by airing each message here on Revive Our Hearts.

Today, my friend, Dámaris Carbaugh, will unpack the phrase in Titus 2 that says women are not to be slanderers. I came to deeply love this whole passage as I spent a number of years writing my book Adorned, based …

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About the Teacher

Dámaris Carbaugh

Dámaris Carbaugh

Dámaris Carbaugh’s depth of love and devotion for her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, is evident through her special gift of song and powerful speaking ministry. You will be moved and inspired as Dámaris reveals a true servant’s heart through her beautiful voice and infectious love for teaching God’s Word, which reflects her personal spiritual journey. This talented musician was a featured soloist with the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir and regularly appeared on the Day of Discovery television program. Walk with Me is the latest of her fifteen albums. After years of being a gospel singer, her gift for communication and  zeal for the Word of God expanded her ministry. She is a much sought after bilingual conference speaker in the United States and Latin America, and she is the author of a book in Spanish, Adiós a mí.