Tidings of Comfort and JOY

Are you listening to Christmas carols yet? Maybe you’ve been listening to them since early October, and your Christmas tree is fully trimmed. Regardless of whether you are early, or late, in starting your celebration of our Savior’s Birth, we bring you tidings of comfort and joy—His joy—in this world filled with tragic loss, much sorrow; yes, so in need of His comfort and JOY!

As we prepare to turn the calendar to December 2022, we invite you to join us for our First Friday Prayer Gathering. Each month, Women in the Window International, hosts one of our strategic leaders from the 10.40 window nations of Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, who join us for a time of prayer and thanksgiving. We thank God for the many ways He is at work in their nation and in their unique ministry. And we join to pray very specifically for their needs.

On FridayDecember 2nd we will visit Egypt, a key location in the Christmas story. “Arise and take the Child and His mother and flee to Egypt” the angel told Joseph in Matthew 2:13. Our ministry leader from Egypt will warm your hearts with the Good News of how this same Christ Child continues to give life to those in their nation, and through their ministry in many nations of both North Africa and the Middle East at 12 Noon. Our First Friday Bible study begins at 11:30 ET with a riveting study of the Church of Laodicea found in Revelation 3:14-22. You are most welcome to join us at the WiW office in the Palm Beaches at 2101 Vista Parkway, WPB, FL. 33411. If that’s not possible, join us from anywhere across the globe through this zoom link.

Then, as now, Jesus continues to fulfill His Word. Join us to find GREAT joy as we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Savior and as we await His return to bring us the fullness of His Joy:
“I will turn their mourning into joy and will comfort them and give them joy for their sorrow.” Jeremiah 31:13b

Click here to get a head start on Giving Tuesday, by giving to help Women in the Window change lives of women and girls in the Middle East and North Africa.

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