A.W. Tozer stated, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” And I wholeheartedly agree! As we begin a new year of ministry together I would like to challenge you to think deeply about the goodness and power of our God. I am convinced that as … Read moreThe Most Important Thing About You!
The war in Syria spelled trouble for Ruth, the proud Mother of six lovely daughters. The foreboding premonition of her heart told her to flee before they became prey for ISIS. They were renting a home but the landlord took back their home due to the war. They sold all their belongings. The money was … Read moreThis is why we serve women in the 10/40 Window
Two Women in the Window (WiW) teams have safely arrived in their destinations in Europe and the Middle East. See below for photos, updates, and prayer requests for each training. Your prayers are deeply appreciated and powerful! “The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.” James 5:16 Middle East Health Training Our WiW … Read moreUpdate From Overseas
On June 16-21, Women in the Window is sending a team consisting of Vanessa Artman, Jamie Bartlett, Mindy Blount and Diane Serrano. These ladies will have the privilege of serving one of our longtime ministry partners, PMI. Above all, this international organization of leaders invests their lives in places we would not dare call home! … Read moreHeart Training
“As he went on his way, he approached Damascus, and suddenly a light from heaven shone around him.” Acts 9:3 When we think of Syria, we likely think of civil war and a humanitarian crisis of epic proportion. After all, Syria has four million displaced refugee men, women, and children! But the Bible remembers Syria … Read moreHealth Training
We experienced the power of prayer during our recent training with North African women in Europe. Yes, tremendous and even transformational results took place in the heart of each woman that attended. All of the women we serve there are from a Muslim background and are now followers of Christ, serving Him faithfully in their … Read moreYour Prayers Produce Tremendous Results
Tomorrow is the final day of training in Uganda! Our South Sudanese sisters have been so teachable and really embraced the training. Both Sarah Peters and Sarah Tountas have done a fantastic job teaching and the African ladies have grown quite fond of them (the women have nicknamed them Tiny Sarah and Mama Sarah – both terms … Read moreAlmost finished and heading to the refugee camp
Our Women in the Window Team has safely arrived in Uganda! Below is an update from the team of Kim Kerr, Sarah Tountas, and Sarah Peters. Our day started bright and early at 7:30 a.m. with devotions focused on the Good Shepherd in the Gospel of John. We just completed our first full day of training at 9:30 … Read moreOpen Hearts in Uganda
The women approached the tomb in the twilight of Resurrection morning passionately seeking a way to honor the Lord Jesus with one final act of worship and love. They came to anoint His body for burial. Perplexed and deeply troubled, they asked themselves, “who will roll away the stone?” The Bible says that the stone, which was … Read moreWho Will Roll Away The Stone?
Our Women in the Window team is back from the Bronx, one of the boroughs in New York City, where we completed three full days of microenterprise training for Christian West African women from a Muslim background. Many of these West African women are already taking steps toward starting their own businesses which include: making and … Read moreBusiness Training To Reach The Nations In America