Resources by Topic: Womanhood

A God-Centered Life

A God-Centered Life

When you get married, it’s for better or worse, richer or poorer. The same thing is true in your relationship with God. Read or Listen →

Different by Design

Different by Design

Do you ever wish your spouse could just be more like you? Pastor Alistair Begg reminds you that the differences between men and women were designed by God. Read or Listen →

Designed by God

Designed by God

Pastor Alistair Begg opens the Bible to show you the amazing, beautiful design God displayed when He created male and female. Read or Listen →

Being a Helper is Powerful

Being a Helper is Powerful

You’ve heard that a wife was designed to be her husband’s helper. What does that look like in real life? Mary Kassian will show wives how to be a helper. Read or Listen →

The Core of Femininity

The Core of Femininity

How would you define the word femininity? You don’t need stereotypes to come up with a definition. You just need the Word of God. Read or Listen →

God Makes Himself Known

God Makes Himself Known

As a believer in Jesus, what picture are you giving the world of Him? Nancy says they don’t need to see a "goody two-shoes." They need something real. Read or Listen →

You Have a Creed

You Have a Creed

You are following a creed; everyone is. Even if you don’t think creeds are important, a set of beliefs guide your daily actions. Read or Listen →

The Power of the Truth

The Power of the Truth

The book "Lies Women Believe" by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth has sold one million copies and has changed the lives of countless women. Read or Listen →

Admitting We’re Weak

Admitting We’re Weak

Mary Kassian looks to Scripture to explore seven characteristics of weak women. She’ll show you how to say "no" to foolish behavior and "yes" to godly wisdom. Read or Listen →

Every Thought Captive

Every Thought Captive

The apostle Paul gives a warning to the dangers weak women face. If that phrase “weak women” makes you a little nervous, listen in to Mary Kassian. Read or Listen →

What's in a Name?

What's in a Name?

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: What's in a name? Shakespeare's Juliet told Romeo that his name didn't really matter to her. Juliet: What's in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet. Nancy: . . . and that made for a very romantic play. But as we look to God's Word, we see that ...
Mary's Example, Day 2

Mary's Example, Day 2

Dr. Russell Moore says there's a right kind of submission and a wrong one. In our day, many people are submitting to the wrong thing, causing huge problems. Read or Listen →

Mary's Example, Day 1

Mary's Example, Day 1

What can you learn from Mary, the mother of Jesus? Dr. Russell Moore will show you how much Mary's life says to women in the twenty-first century. Read or Listen →

A Restless, Foolish Heart

A Restless, Foolish Heart

"I’m busy." We all say that to each other frequently. But sometimes busyness is a mark of a full life lived for God’s glory, and sometimes it's not. Read or Listen →

From Woman to Woman

From Woman to Woman

Younger women can feel like older women aren’t available. And older women feel like younger women aren’t interested. Nancy and Mary show you how to connect. Read or Listen →

The Power of Kindness

The Power of Kindness

Be kind. It seems like the most basic kindergarten-style instruction? Actually, kindness is a radical choice that will have a huge effect on people. Read or Listen →

Working at Home

Working at Home

The apostle Paul encourages women to be “working at home.” Does that mean women shouldn’t work outside the home? What about a career or paycheck? Read or Listen →

The Beauty of a Pure Life

The Beauty of a Pure Life

Human marriage provides a powerful picture of Christ’s love for the Church. The choices we make have an affect on if the world around us sees this picture. Read or Listen →

A Self-Controlled Life

A Self-Controlled Life

If you choose to accelerate bitter thinking, you can end up with a crash. Nancy will talk with Mary Kassian about keeping thoughts and emotions under control. Read or Listen →

A Heart for Home

A Heart for Home

Do you like your husband? Mary and Nancy ask that question as they explore Titus 2. They'll show you why it’s important not to just tolerate husbands. Read or Listen →

Reverent in Behavior

Reverent in Behavior

Women are told to be reverent. Does that mean they have to speak in hushed tones and never have fun? Nancy and Mary will show you how in practical ways. Read or Listen →

Women Encouraging Women

Women Encouraging Women

You can be far more effective for God’s kingdom when you’re standing with other believers. Learn how women can develop strong relationships. Read or Listen →

Powerful Connections

Powerful Connections

Women in the Body of Christ need other women to help them grow, learn, and be encouraged. Hear why it’s so important for women to connect with each other. Read or Listen →

A Battle in the Garden

A Battle in the Garden

Competition between men and women is nothing new. Nancy and a panel of authors show how the gospel transforms the relationships between men and women. Read or Listen →

Be Clothed in Meekness

Be Clothed in Meekness

The meek shall inherit the earth. That might sound a little vague, until you realize meekness applies to email, phone calls, and conflicts. Read or Listen →

Think Before You React

Think Before You React

Do you want to learn meekness? Then prepare to deal with some difficult people. Find out how God uses annoyances and aggravation to teach meekness. Read or Listen →

Meekness and Trust

Meekness and Trust

What comes to mind when you hear the word “meekness"? If a negative image comes to mind, listen as Nancy describes the beauty of meekness. Read or Listen →

Falling for Lies

Falling for Lies

The story of Adam and Eve isn’t just a dramatic tale in children’s picture books. The story affects your life every day. Read or Listen →

The Beauty of God's Design

The Beauty of God's Design

A word has been popping up in this discussion of what womanhood is all about. It is “mutuality.” What does it mean when you hear authors use that word? Read or Listen →

Responding to His Lead

Responding to His Lead

Mary Kassian took ballroom dancing lessons. It was challenging to follow her husband’s lead. Find out how "the dance" can get more beautiful over time. Read or Listen →

Back to the Fifties?

Back to the Fifties?

When Nancy Leigh DeMoss talks about embracing biblical womanhood, does a picture ever spring to mind of a 1950s sitcom housewife like June Cleaver? Read or Listen →

Set-Apart Femininity

Set-Apart Femininity

The airbrushed, digitally enhanced images you see at the checkout counter aren’t real. So where do you find an accurate picture of femininity? Read or Listen →

The Divine Fingerprint

The Divine Fingerprint

What does a submissive woman look like? Join in as Janet Parshall joins Nancy, and you may just conclude that a submissive woman is influential. Read or Listen →

Comfort or Character?

Comfort or Character?

If you had to flee your home, what would you take with you? Janet Parshall says that question can help you put some priorities in order. Read or Listen →

No Greater Ministry

No Greater Ministry

Talk show host Janet Parshall went through a time of searching in her life. Would she place a higher value on a career or on motherhood? Read or Listen →

The Power of Your Femininity

The Power of Your Femininity

Imagine a woman with a lot of energy, strong opinions and outgoing personality. Does all that need to change in order for her to embrace biblical womanhood? Read or Listen →

Encouraging Men to Be Men

Encouraging Men to Be Men

Nancy says it’s common to find women complaining that men need to step up and provide godly leadership, but women can do something far more effective. Read or Listen →

The Gospel Is a Love Story

The Gospel Is a Love Story

Men can’t offer an accurate picture of God on their own. Women can’t either. Discover why it takes both male and female to provide a full picture of God. Read or Listen →

The Tent Peg

The Tent Peg

In the middle of what you might think are everyday boring tasks, God may have a special appointment for you. Are you ready? Read or Listen →

Don't Sit Out the Battle

Don't Sit Out the Battle

Imagine Olympic athletes who have spent years in training. Then when they get to the event, they decide not to compete. Sometimes we do things like this. Read or Listen →

A New Women's Movement

A New Women's Movement

Almost nothing is accomplished without leadership. God usually gives those roles to men. But what if they don't take those role? Read or Listen →

Whatever it Takes

Whatever it Takes

When someone we love is suffering, we want to step in and stop the pain. But if God is using suffering to draw a lost soul to Himself, we need to let God work. Read or Listen →

True Heroes of the Faith

True Heroes of the Faith

When you think of a "hero," what comes to mind? How about a missionary? Hear about heroes of the faith and the importance of keeping their stories alive. Read or Listen →

The Courage to Be a Woman

The Courage to Be a Woman

For decades, Elisabeth Elliot has proclaimed biblical truth. And she’s lived it out as missionary, writer, speaker and wife. Hear her practical wisdom. Read or Listen →

More Than a List

More Than a List

Don't start with a list. Start with the principles of God's Word. Teach your children, beginning at the earliest ages, what God thinks when it comes to modesty. Read or Listen →

Reflecting God's Glory

Reflecting God's Glory

Your outward appearance can reveal the inward desire of your heart. Learn to make wise clothing choices that reflect God’s glory. Read or Listen →

Building Your Home

Building Your Home

The Book of Proverbs says that a wise woman builds her home. It's not talking about a floor plan, fixtures, or furniture. There's a far more to it than that. Read or Listen →

What Is a True Woman?

What Is a True Woman?

You have a huge influence on the world around you. You don’t have to be involved in politics, economics, or culture to affect the world. Read or Listen →

An Itch to Dominate

An Itch to Dominate

Today, women are generally not encouraged to be feminine, and men are not encouraged to be masculine. Elisabeth Elliot looks at this on today's program. Read or Listen →

Hope for the Future

Hope for the Future

When a woman announces she’s expecting a child, do you say, "Congratulations!" or, "I’m so sorry for you!" Find out why fewer women are being congratulated. Read or Listen →

True Hope for Women

True Hope for Women

You might take a look at the clothes on display all around you and conclude modesty is a thing of the past. But it’s not. Read or Listen →

True Submission

True Submission

A lot of people just get by when using their computer because they don't really understand how the computer works. The same is true in marriage. Read or Listen →

True Change

True Change

Could you go thirty days without saying anything negative about your spouse? A lot of women have tried. Find out why and what they discovered. Read or Listen →

Protecting Your Mind

Protecting Your Mind

When you have something valuable, you protect it, right? One of the most valuable things you have is your mind. Are you protecting it? Read or Listen →

What True Love Looks Like

What True Love Looks Like

Young women are growing up in a culture that’s unfriendly to a biblical view of womanhood. How do you teach young women to truly love their husbands. Read or Listen →

A Mother's Example

A Mother's Example

According to Carolyn Mahaney, learning to be a godly wife and mother is not just about creating a happy home. There’s actually a bigger purpose. Read or Listen →

Time to Act

Time to Act

Trust in God’s providence does not mean that you always sit back and do nothing and just wait for things to unfold as they will happen. Read or Listen →

For Such a Time as This

For Such a Time as This

If you’ve ever felt like a nobody, you’re not alone. The solution isn’t to talk to yourself and convince yourself how special you are. Read or Listen →

What Is a Woman?

What Is a Woman?

What is a woman? What is a man? Those questions seem simple, but we really do need help straightening them out in a time of great confusion. Read or Listen →

Now I Have Seen God

Now I Have Seen God

Ever since Adam and Eve sinned in the garden, there has been conflict between men and women. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Read or Listen →

Laying Down Our Rights

Laying Down Our Rights

At one time in history, men opened doors for women. Mary Kassian joins Nancy to explain how feminist thinking gained popularity and how it has changed society. Read or Listen →

The Time Is Now

The Time Is Now

Why is the debate about gender roles in the home and the church such a big deal? Nancy tells why this issue matters. Read or Listen →

Fulfilling Biblical Roles

Fulfilling Biblical Roles

Are there any differences between men and women? Nancy explains how this is an important question because it reveals a lot about one's beliefs. Read or Listen →

Equally Important

Equally Important

Does the Bible teach that men are more valuable or more important than women? Nancy addresses that question and what it means for you. Read or Listen →

The Desire to Control

The Desire to Control

Nancy Leigh DeMoss used to view femininity as a barrier to ministry. Hear about the journey she’s been on to embrace womanhood as a gift from God. Read or Listen →

Submission Impossible?

Submission Impossible?

How does the biblical concept of submission work in the real world? Can a woman be submissive if she’s the manager of male and female employees. Read or Listen →

Is Man the Enemy?

Is Man the Enemy?

At one point in her life, Jennifer Epperson enjoyed watching men squirm under her harsh words, but then a big change came over her. Read or Listen →

Under New Ownership

Under New Ownership

If a store or restaurant is run down, there’s hope when a sign appears saying, "Under New Ownership." The same is true in your life. Read or Listen →

Finding Refuge

Finding Refuge

Is there such a thing as coincidence for a child of God? Consider the Lord’s provision for Ruth. Read or Listen →

Bitterness

Bitterness

Do you ever wish you had a rich relative who could make all your financial problems go away? Nancy reminds us that we have someone infinitely better. Read or Listen →

Returning Home

Returning Home

We are grateful for independence, but when we try to gain independence from God, free to do things our own way, it causes a lot of trouble. Read or Listen →

A Shortcut

A Shortcut

It’s hard enough to suffer consequences for our own wrongdoing, but when we face hardship through no fault of our own, we can easily become discouraged. Read or Listen →

The Reward

The Reward

Proverbs 31 says that the husband of a virtuous wife will rise up and call her blessed. Read or Listen →

Measured Words

Measured Words

You can spend days cultivating a close relationship with someone, but it can all be destroyed by a few sinful words. Read or Listen →

A Godly Legacy

A Godly Legacy

It’s easy to think of the Proverbs 31 woman as a wife, but our kids and their friends are watching too. What kind of memories are we making. Read or Listen →

A Praiseworthy Wife

A Praiseworthy Wife

Every wife wants her husband to be respected, but she may not realize how much she contributes to him becoming a man worthy of respect. Read or Listen →

Be Prepared

Be Prepared

We don’t like to think about suffering and hardship, and we certainly don’t like to think about our children having to suffer. Read or Listen →

Rest Through Turmoil

Rest Through Turmoil

Sometimes you just want a little peace and quiet. Too much noise and too much activity can make you restless, grumpy and tired. But we don’ Read or Listen →

No Mundane Tasks

No Mundane Tasks

What will your sons and daughters say about you in twenty or thirty years? What do you say about your mom? Read or Listen →

Working Joyfully

Working Joyfully

If you’re a mom, it probably seems like your work is never done, but there is a way to make the work lighter. Read or Listen →

A Godly Woman's Work

A Godly Woman's Work

Do you realize that the work you do today is important to God? Join Nancy to hear how we can glorify God in the way we work. Read or Listen →

Modeling Humility

Modeling Humility

Does being a virtuous woman mean you’re perfect? Hardly! Nancy points out that a virtuous woman is simply different from most. Read or Listen →

A Virtuous Woman

A Virtuous Woman

When you hear the description "a godly woman," does an actual person come to mind? Better yet, do you think that could ever describe you? Read or Listen →

An Undelivered Promise

An Undelivered Promise

It wasn’t that many years ago that feminists were promising women, "You can have it all!" But according to guest Mary Kassian, feminism ha Read or Listen →

The Nurturing Heart

The Nurturing Heart

Why did God give you a nuturing heart? Nancy, with guests Kent and Barbara Hughes, talks about God's plan for us as women. Read or Listen →

Beauty Inside Out

Beauty Inside Out

Do you conform to God's image or the image our culture promotes? Today's editon of Revive Our Hearts focuses on true beauty. Read or Listen →

The True Woman CLICK

Most change happens gradually. But then there are those changes that happen all at once. They are “Click!” moments when our perspectives suddenly shift. …

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This Ain't About Throwbacks

Women at home rocking frilly aprons, vacuuming with an Electrolux while their 2.5 children play quietly nearby . . . Is this the picture of perfect womanhood? …

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Titus 2 Prayers

While I enjoyed being a young Titus 2 woman (Titus 2:1–5), I entered into the "older woman" role reluctantly. . . …

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True Woman 1829

I’ve been digging my way through several books written in and about the 1800s, and was surprised to discover that a “true woman” movement isn’t unique to this generation. …

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Women Who "Make" America?

The creators of Makers clearly reveal that their definition of a strong woman is one who “can’t sit around waiting for somebody else to say who you are.” …

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The Pursuit of Quiet

How can I quiet the me-thinking and me-acting to draw close to an all-knowing, all-powerful God and allow Him to strengthen my heart and mind to think and act like Him? …

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Eric or Erica?

Why not dress him in some of my old dresses, complete with a purse? We could let his hair grow long; no one would ever know the difference. . . …

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Blood, Sweat, and Tears

Our responsibility as True Women is to apply the truth of God's Word to our lives in order that others can see the transforming power of Christ at work. …

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Connecting the Dots

My husband, a pastor, eventually reached a crisis of faith brought on by his inability to reconcile the question of God’s power to transform. …

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Does Gender Matter?

Every baby is big news, but the birth of one Toronto baby grabbed international headlines . . . the parents have opted to leave their baby’s gender a secret. …

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Getting Back Up Again

This is true womanhood, not a life lived perfectly, but a life that when sin is realized repents, gets back up, and keeps walking by faith. …

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Grieving June Cleaver

So what are we to do? Should we start playing “Leave it to Beaver” re-runs and tell women they’d be happy if they followed June Cleaver’s example? …

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I am Woman

We moved marriage, mothering, and homemaking from the top of our lists to the bottom–or crossed them off altogether. …

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Imperishable Beauty

I had always confused the idea of meekness with weakness. I pictured a fragile woman when I heard this term! Then I came across 1 Peter 3:1-6 . . . …

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Is Meek for the Weak?

In modern English, "meekness" carries the stigma of cowardly acquiescence. But the meekness of the Bible is a strong, active, volitional, courageous attitude. …

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Just a Fun T-shirt?

A whole generation of girls is being raised to believe that men are inconsequential. Take, for example, the T-shirt a friend of mine spotted in Target . . . …

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Lost in Translation

God created gender as a picture of the best love story ever told. He assigned each of us a role to play in telling the story of His rescue of His beloved bride. …

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Man Up!

I gave up prime time TV years ago. But when I ran across an article touting “A New Generation of TV Wimps,” I had to check it out. …

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More than a Ball of Yarn

What I saw stopped me dead in my tracks. The aisle had been transformed. From top to bottom, beginning to end, it was stocked full of colorful balls of yarn. …

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My True Woman Story

I often told people I was destined to do great things. I assumed that meant being exceptional at my job, and I secretly suspected that I would be filthy rich. …

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One of My Fave True Women

I’m thankful for the way God gifted authors and speakers to motivate and inspire, but I'm equally grateful for those who serve in the nameless trenches of life. …

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One Strong Woman!

Without hesitation, I would say Priscilla was a gifted, strong, and intelligent woman. But I want us to observe a few things as we consider this True Woman. …

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Outrunning the Guys!

Struggling against God's design will leave you wounded, wondering what went wrong. God had something much better in mind for women when He gave them life. …

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Own It!

Nancy shares how the Lord’s really challenged her to become more of a true woman of God as she’s grappled with the statements in the True Woman Manifesto. …

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Powerful Women

In the history of feminism, much of the rhetoric centers around women's sense of powerlessness or the perception that they have less "power" than men. …

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Redefining Motherhood

Rizzuto planned to leave her husband and two sons for a 6-month research opportunity in Japan, but while there she made the choice to leave her family for good. …

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Sexting

Until we present our young women with a new and beautiful vision of womanhood–a biblical vision–they will continue to pursue the modern sexualized ideal. …

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Soft Spot

The “softness” of woman thus also became our “soft spot”—the point at which sin affects and impacts us the most. …

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Steel Magnolia

There’s one Southern phrase that I’m quite drawn to: “Steel Magnolia.” I love the phrase, because to me it speaks to the essence of womanhood. …

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Strong Women

One of the most debated church issues is "women's roles." I'm going to wade in today to discuss women's role in the church. …

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Don't Be a Wimp: Kicking the Habits That ...

The apostle Paul gives a warning to the danger facing weak-willed women. Mary Kassian looks to Scripture to explore seven characteristics of weak women. She'll show you how to say "no" to foolish behavior and "yes" to godly wisdom and strength.

Mary Kassian Mary Kassian The apostle Paul gives a warning to the danger facing weak-willed women. Mary Kassian looks to Scripture to explore seven characteristics of weak women.  Continue Reading →

Sending Out an S.O.S.

When women refuse to embrace godly femininity, it will discourage men from being men. When a nation confuses roles in this way, huge consequences will follow. Mary Kassian shows how an understanding of biblical roles affects families, economics, churches, and every part of society.

Mary Kassian Mary Kassian When women refuse to embrace godly femininity, it discourages men from being men. When a nation confuses roles in this way, huge consequences will follow.  Continue Reading →

True Womanhood for Newbies

Are you new to the True Woman Movement? Want to know why it exists and what it's all about? Then this session is for you! Mary will throw away cookie-cutter notions of what true womanhood looks like. She'll cover the basics of God's good, wise, and wonderful design; explore how popular culture actively resists it; and talk about why it's ...

Mary Kassian Mary Kassian Are you new to the True Woman Movement? Want to know why it exists and what it's all about? Then this session is for you! .  Continue Reading →

What Is a True Woman?

You have a huge influence on the world around you. You don't have to be involved in politics, economics or culture to effect the world. Nancy Leigh DeMoss says, when you embrace Biblical truth and act on it, it will impact the world around you in surprising ways.

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth You have a huge influence on the world around you. When you embrace Biblical truth and act on it, it will impact the world around you in surprising ways.  Continue Reading →

A True Woman Chooses Wisdom

Would you be most accurately described as a wild woman or as a wise woman? Mary Kassian takes you to Proverbs chapter 7 to contrast wildness and wisdom. Learn how to display godly wisdom in a world gone wild.

Mary Kassian Mary Kassian Would you be most accurately described as a wild woman or as a wise woman? Learn how to display godly wisdom in a world gone wild.  Continue Reading →

A True Woman Joins the Battle

Does fear hold you back from all God wants to do through you? Nancy Leigh DeMoss understands the fear that tempts women away from God's calling on their lives. She'll open the Bible and show you the example of Deborah, a mother of Israel used by God to save a nation. This example will encourage you to bravely be God's ...

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Does fear hold you back from all God wants to do through you? The example of Deborah will encourage you to bravely be God's true woman in our day.  Continue Reading →

What Is a True Woman?

You have a huge influence on the world around you. You don't have to be involved in politics, economics or culture to effect the world. Nancy Leigh DeMoss says, when you embrace Biblical truth and act on it, it will impact the world around you in surprising ways.

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth You have a huge influence on the world around you. When you embrace Biblical truth and act on it, it will impact the world around you in surprising ways.  Continue Reading →

The Genesis of Gender

What makes men tick? What makes women tick? If we want to figure it out, we need to look back to creation and have a look at God's original design. Mary Kassian will identify gender distinctives evident in the creation story. It will help you understand the differences between the sexes, why these differences exist, and how to navigate your ...

Mary Kassian Mary Kassian What makes men tick? What makes women tick? If we want to figure it out, we need to look back to creation and have a look at God's original design.  Continue Reading →

A True Woman Joins the Battle

Does fear hold you back from all God wants to do through you? Nancy Leigh DeMoss understands the fear that tempts women away from God's calling on their lives. She'll open the Bible and show you the example of Deborah, a mother of Israel used by God to save a nation. This example will encourage you to bravely be God's ...

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Does fear hold you back from all God wants to do through you? The example of Deborah will encourage you to bravely be God's true woman in our day.  Continue Reading →

Living Out the True Woman Message

What does it look like to live out the True Woman message day by day? Get wise counsel on how to implement God's truth in your home, activities, and relationships. Bob Lepine interviews a panel of speakers and workshop leaders from the True Woman Conference.

Holly Elliff Holly Elliff Dannah Gresh Dannah Gresh Rosalyn Hickman Rosalyn Hickman Mary Kassian Mary Kassian Bob Lepine Bob Lepine Carolyn McCulley Carolyn McCulley Lindsey Wagstaffe Lindsey Wagstaffe What does it look like to live out the True Woman message day by day? Get wise counsel on implementing God's truth in your home, activities, and relationships.  Continue Reading →

Living Out the True Woman Message

What does it look like to live out the True Woman message day by day? Get wise counsel on how to implement God's truth in your home, activities, and relationships. Bob Lepine interviews a panel of speakers and workshop leaders from the True Woman Conference.

Holly Elliff Holly Elliff Bob Lepine Bob Lepine Karen Loritts Karen Loritts Carolyn McCulley Carolyn McCulley Janet  Parshall Janet Parshall What does it look like to live out the True Woman message day by day? Get wise counsel on implementing God's truth in your home, activities, and relationships.  Continue Reading →

What Is a True Woman?

You have a huge influence on the world around you. You don't have to be involved in politics, economics, or culture to effect the world. Nancy Leigh DeMoss says, when you embrace biblical truth and act on it, it will impact the world around you in surprising ways.

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth You don't have to be involved in politics, economics, or culture to effect the world. When you act on biblical truth, it will impact the world around you.  Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Meaning of True Womanhood

Pastor John Piper opens the True Woman conference speaking on what it is to be a True Woman from the perspective of the Bible.

John Piper John Piper Pastor John Piper opens the True Woman conference speaking on what it is to be a True Woman from the perspective of the Bible.  Continue Reading →

Panel Discussion

Reflecting true womanhood can be very challenging, even for those who publicly speak about it. Mary Kassian, Karen Loritts, Carolyn McCulley, and Barbara Rainey describe the challenges of living out true womanhood. They also explain why we need each other to help us overcome these challenges.

Holly Elliff Holly Elliff Mary Kassian Mary Kassian Bob Lepine Bob Lepine Karen Loritts Karen Loritts Carolyn McCulley Carolyn McCulley Barbara Rainey Barbara Rainey Reflecting true womanhood can be very challenging, even for those who publicly speak about it. The panel explains why we need each other to overcome challenges.  Continue Reading →

The ABCs of True Womanhood

In this workshop, we'll be reviewing the basics: What is true womanhood? Why does it matter? And how should you respond? Determining the answers to these questions will impact the way you live and the success of your relationships. It may be one of the most important things you'll ever do. This is a great primer for first-timers to a ...

Mary Kassian Mary Kassian What is true womanhood? Why does it matter? And how should you respond? Determining the answers to these questions will impact the way you live.  Continue Reading →

Girls Gone Wise

Girls have gone wild! And it's a phenomenon that goes far beyond the college-aged ones who expose themselves on camera for the sake of a dare and a T-shirt. The Bible challenges us to evaluate direction. It paints a portrait of two prototypical women—one who's wild and one who's wise. The saucy, seductive Wild Thing is the type that society ...

Mary Kassian Mary Kassian Wild or wise. Do you know the difference? Join Mary as she uses a story in Proverbs to outline the points of contrast between these two types of women.  Continue Reading →

The Genesis of Gender

What makes men tick? What makes women tick? If we want to figure it out, we need to look back to creation and have a look at God's original design. Mary Kassian will identify gender distinctives evident in the creation story. It will help you understand the differences between the sexes, why these differences exist, and how to navigate your ...

Mary Kassian Mary Kassian What makes men tick? What makes women tick? If we want to figure it out, we need to look back to creation and have a look at God's original design.  Continue Reading →

Girls Gone Wild

Included are 21 biblical traits and corresponding set of questions that evaluate whether our personal behavior and ideas are in line with what God deems beautiful or more in line with what He deems beastly.

Mary Kassian Mary Kassian 21 biblical traits and corresponding set of questions that evaluate whether our personal behavior and ideas are in line with what God deems beautiful.  Continue Reading →

Radical Womanhood

Carolyn explains her personal journey from feminism to faith and offers practical encouragement to women making the same journey. This workshop will equip you to understand how to graciously and effectively apply the Gospel to the prevailing worldview in our culture.

Carolyn McCulley Carolyn McCulley Carolyn explains her personal journey from feminism to faith and offers practical encouragement to women making the same journey.  Continue Reading →

True Woman Manifesto (Manifesto Video)

The True Woman Manifesto was developed to be a concise statement of core aspects of what it means to be a true woman of God. With principles drawn from the Word of God, it’s a lens, a way of looking at some of the foundational aspects of what it means to live as a Christian woman. (For more information to ...

Revive Our Hearts Revive Our Hearts The True Woman Manifesto was developed to be a concise statement of core aspects of what it means to be a true woman of God.  Continue Reading →

Message 1: A Woman Adorned and Adorning

“There shouldn’t be any such thing as a lone ranger Christian . . . or a lonely Christian.” Listen in as Nancy casts a vision for living out the beauty of the gospel together—with spiritual mothers, daughters, and sisters. But mostly, with Jesus. Because it’s His grace that trains us for godliness!

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Listen in as Nancy casts a vision for living out the beauty of the gospel together—with spiritual mothers, daughters, and sisters.  Continue Reading →

Message 10: The Truth About Emotions

Emotions. Are they good? bad? reliable? Can we ever hope to control them? Dannah Gresh will tackle these others questions about our often-unruly emotions.

Dannah Gresh Dannah Gresh Emotions. Are they good? bad? reliable? Can we ever hope to control them? Dannah Gresh will tackle these others questions about our often-unruly emotions.  Continue Reading →

Today's Woman

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Whether we "build" or "tear down" our homes, we are influencing a far greater sphere than just those who live within the four walls of our house.  Continue Reading →

Regaining Womanhood

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth What would happen if a remnant of women were willing to embrace God’s priorities and purpose for their lives and live out the beauty and wonder of womanhood?  Continue Reading →