• “It was God who put it into their hearts and gave them the determination to do it… After bringing me down, He was pleased to raise me up again.” – Madame Guyon

Submission

Part 1 – An Itch to Dominate – Nancy Leigh DeMoss with Elisabeth Elliot

Series: Women in the Shadow of the Almighty (Elisabeth Elliot)

Leslie Basham: Elisabeth Elliot takes us back to the moment… Continue reading

A God…which worketh for him that waiteth for Him by Lilias Trotter

There is a definite moment at which the seed is ripe for being liberated–that is the first thing we notice:… Continue reading

Won by Conduct by George Muller

During my stay at Basle I attended a meeting one day, at which a venerable, pious clergyman expounded the Greek… Continue reading

Roles Women in the Church Can Take by Tim Conway (video)

Tim Conway shares on 1 Timothy 2:12

Marriage As It Was Meant to Be by John MacArthur

Ephesians 5:22-33, Luke 1:38, Genesis 2:24, Deut. 22:6

Our entertainment-saturated society helps feed all sorts of illusions about reality. The… Continue reading

(1 Samuel) What Submission Is and Is Not by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 1 Samuel 25:23-44
Description: David is on his way to Nabals house to massacre everone there when,… Continue reading

The Ultimate Meaning of True Womanhood by John Piper (video)

(Video of this message is available at the bottom of the page.)

Announcer: Thank you for listening to this message… Continue reading

Women in the Church by Margaret Fell (Fox)

Women
Justified, Proved, and Allowed of by the
Scriptures,
All Such as Speak by the Spirit and Power of the… Continue reading

  • “We need Jesus!…He is our joy…without Him, the world and all it calls good, is poverty, wretchedness and woe! With Him, a wilderness is a paradise, a cottage a palace and the lowliest spot of earth a little heaven below” – Mary Winslow

Verse of the Day

But those who wait on the Lord Shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint. — Isaiah 40:31 (NKJV)

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