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What if… God is Using Women to do Something New?

From: Sharon Hodde Miller

If we want to reach women, like really seriously reach women, then we need to deal with those walls. They need to come down. We need to call a truce, and remember what we have in common. We need to stop fighting each other and instead link arms, together for the cause of Christ.

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Capable of Much

From: Jenny Simmons

As I have grown up and worked in and among churches, I have often found myself dreaming of a day where we, the church, would see the bigger picture. Where one mega-church knew about the ministries that another mega-church were involved in. Women would gather in cities, from every church, joining together for prayer and coffee and “we’re in this together” moments. A gathering place where dreams are shared, ministries inspired, mom’s encouraged, business women equipped, and everyone in between getting a taste of what it means to be a part of a beautiful, diverse web of female believers from all over the world. That a unity would somehow be formed and created and shared; a unity that crossed denominations and county lines, state lines and theological lines, a unity that was inspired by a bigger picture. I have often longed for the day that the universal church would wake up and remember – We are beautiful and capable of much.

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Where Feet May Fail

From: Lindsey Nobles

What was once a casual conversation between friends and colleagues around gathering like-hearted women has become so much more.

You call me out upon the waters

So much more fun {I’m getting there Jennie}. So much more audacious. So much more risky. So much more terrifying {Okay, that right there is how I really feel}. And me, the control freak that I am, in wading in so much deeper than I am comfortable. Feet unsteady. Knees wobbling.

The great unknown where feet may fail

But it is here that I realize that I have to loosen my grip, let go of unfair expectations, and hold hope and possibility with open hands.

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