What Has Gone Wrong?

Nearly a quarter of the world’s female population lives under the oppressive teaching that women are deficient in intelligence and spirituality. More than half of Indian women believe they deserve the abuse they receive simply for being females.  Five hundred Chinese women kill themselves every day to escape a life of indignities.  Something has gone [...]

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A Well in the Desert

The program Hope for You is like a well in the desert for the thirsty women in our Arab region. I participated in a few episodes, and I thank the Lord that he gave me the chance to be part of this great ministry. I listen to the broadcast every Saturday, and many women in [...]

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Making Known His Deeds

Though Thanksgiving is a U.S. holiday that dates back to the 1621 “First Thanksgiving” of Colonial times, it didn’t become an officially recognized annual celebration until President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a bill in 1941, establishing the fourth Thursday in November as Thanksgiving Day. Historically, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed on October 3, 1863, that the [...]

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Hope-inspiring Passion

In the introduction to her 2006 book, “To Fly Again,” Gracia Burnham writes, “God knows all about the crosswinds that batter our lives — yours and mine — tossing us, like a fragile aircraft, into a tailspin. He calmly guides our shaky hands on the stick, showing us how to level out again and keep [...]

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When Hope Wins

Lately, I’ve noticed that great books are often presented by listing memorable quotes from the text. So, I’ve decided to introduce you to “When Hope Wins,” written by Project Hannah’s founder, Marli Spieker, by selecting inspirational quotes from the book. These excerpts contain the comments of Marli and some of the women she features in [...]

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