Dannah Gresh recalls how she came to the realization that Christ was ""second place"" in her heart and tells how she broke up with Bob to get her priorities straight. Dannah reveals what God taught her during this unique sabbatical.
Our culture today has influenced many women to see themselves solely in the context of how they look.
Modern women face tremendous challenges, and we need the same wisdom the book of Proverbs offered to ancient women.
Are you looking for some good, practical advice for living? Then look no further than your Bible, particularly Proverbs.
Ellen Dykas encourages mothers to really get to know their daughters and ask the tough questions.
Sexual sin isn’t just a vice for men. Women struggle just as much, but in different ways.
Author Lisa Troyer spent years trying to run away from her past--sexual abuse from a former teacher.
How do you find an "older woman" to encourage you?
Meeting "the one" her freshman year, moving to Germany... Those weren't the only surprises God would have for her in the coming years.
Ungodly fear can rob us of the things we hold most dear -- peace, joy, trust, and our relationship with our family, friends and God.
Karen Loritts should have been fine. So why was she filled with fear?
Our unleashed words can be every bit as damaging and destructive as any other kind of aggressive outburst.
A key to experiencing freedom and joy is to replace lies with the truth of God's Word.
Women often end up in bondage to a lie they believe about themselves.
Sometimes we need to wait on God.
Are you losing sight of Jesus in the midst of your storms?
What gift has God given you?
Mothering comes naturally for some women.
Author Shaunti Feldhahn talks to women about the benefits and challenges of being their husband’s helpmate.
Do you fly through your days at 90 miles an hour?
Is your life a juggling act?
Mary Kassian explores the changing role of women in our culture.
Proverbs 22:3 states, “The sensible person sees danger and hides from it.”
Have you considered how your clothing and actions affects those around you?
Why should courtship and dating be left up to the guys?
Are makeup, earrings, and tattoos the mark of real beauty, or is there more?
What does it mean to dress modestly, and why should we do so?
How do we learn to appreciate the shape God has given us?
Why do women long to be beautiful?
Do you often feel inferior to those around you?
Where do you draw the line physically?
Are you one of the 2% of women who think they’re beautiful?
When Leslie Ludy was 14 she was eager to have the young men drool over her.
How should a single view his or her singleness?
If you have strong feelings for someone, how and when do you let it be known?
Does dating and courtship always have to be so complicated?
Are you struggling to find your place as a single?
Is getting married the only goal a single should have?
While feminism has been influential in changing women’s pay and status in the culture, it has also done harm when it comes to the family.
Is it possible to be a feminist and a faithful, godly woman?
Are men really the problem?
Who are the mentors who have shaped you the most?
If you could have a “do over” in life, what would you want to redo?
Fourteen moves found Susan Miller and her kids trying to adjust to their new surroundings while her husband, Bill, threw himself into his new job.
Pettiness, bitterness, and gossip can weigh a woman down, but there’s freedom in Christ.
Childhood sexual abuse brought a ripple effect to Cheryl Tuggle’s marriage.
A married woman recounts the sexual and emotional abuse of her past.
Today on the broadcast, Nancy Leigh DeMoss, host of "Revive Our Hearts", illustrates what it means to be a woman of character.
On today's broadcast, Nancy Leigh DeMoss, host of the syndicated broadcast "Revive Our Hearts," looks to 1 Timothy for wisdom on what it means to be a woman after God's own heart.