What Will You Remember

“Remember the things I have done in the past.
For I alone am God! I am God,
and there is none like me.” Isaiah 46:9 NLT

2020 is history in the making. But what will we do with this history? What part of His Story will become part of your story? Our prayer for you is that you will remember. Remember His saving grace. Remember how He has taken the initiative to seek you, find you and call you to Himself. And as you remember His goodness, you will gain confidence, courage and hope for the future.

And that is our prayer for Women in the Window International too. While we will always remember the closed doors; we choose to rejoice in the open windows.  Read what God is doing and see why we can’t help but rejoice:

The Middle East—we are thrilled to launch two new ministry partnerships in the Middle East. Our WiW Servant Leadership training will be taught in Arabic and an accessible online platform. Plus, diligent training of younger women to leverage online media platforms for Farsi speaking teens in the Persian world is now emerging. Pray for a great harvest in the Arab world.

Asia—in a first ever cross-cultural platform our ministry partners in Asia will be equipped to better serve those “Suffering in Silence,” through an online lay counseling training of trainers written and presented by one of our ministry partners from the Middle East. This is truly an example of God’s superabundant grace and creativity in action. To God be the glory!

Africa—WiW provided food, soap, and face masks for hundreds of Sudanese women on the Kiryandango Refugee Settlement. The Clean Hearts and Hands project in West Africa is multiplying with explosive numbers as women catch and share this vision! Meanwhile, hundreds of widows are poised for an opportunity to receive micro-business training. Many will soon receive seeds of hope as you choose to partner with Women in the Window.

Remembering and rejoicing in Him.

P.S.  Would you like to meet five of our ministry partners AND learn more about the way God is calling WiW to go higher and further than ever before?  Join us for our online Open Windows Virtual Celebration:


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