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My deepest desire is to be a Woman after God's Own Heart . . .  a godly woman.  One molded by and used of God.  And, without God's leading and intervention it won't happen.  That is my daily prayer. 

Elizabeth George (A Woman after God's Own Heart) says that praying to become a godly woman is a worthy prayer, but she also asks, "What does a godly woman do?  How does she act?  What is it about her that marks her out as a godly woman?" 

Those are the answers I need.   Elizabeth points to Titus 2:3-5 where you will find the character qualities of a godly woman.  She says the 10 most important priorities for women are: 


Godly Speech

Love of Husband

Love of Family

Love of Home


Personal Discipline


Ministry to Others

Christ-like Behavior

If you share Elizabeth's and my prayer to become a godly woman, read Titus 2:3-5 and ask God to show you how to develop these qualities in your life.  It won't be an overnight change, but it will be well worth the end results! 


Sheri Cooper

Ambassador: We Connect. Ministry and Media.


What DOES It All Mean?


"I've known Jesus since I was six, but I didn't give him my whole heart until today.  Now I understand what it actually means."

Chills ran down my spine.  I hung onto each word.  The 3rd grader who stated them with profound conviction is the same child who, during the past several months' Sunday School lessons, interrupted incessantly, paid little attention, and rushed out as soon as her mother was in sight.

I presumed she wanted little to do with church.  As her small group leader, I thought to myself every week, "At least she's coming ...

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Celebrating 50 Years of Preaching

garlowThis Sunday marks a very special milestone for Jim Garlow, Pastor of Skyline Church (San Diego CA) and speaker for "The Garlow Perspective."  Read on as Jim shares this personal update . . .

"50 years ago (January 30, 1966) I preached my 1st sermon - as a college freshman - in our little country church called Morgan Chapel (pictured) located out in the country on a dirt road (the building is gone now) 3 miles west of Ames, KS (pop. 50 or so?)

This weekend, I have invited several high school and college students who are called to preaching to co-preach with me at ...

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3 Ways You Can Meet with Janet Mefferd at NRB



The countdown is on ... 34 days until we're en route to Nashville, TN, for this year's NRB Convention, #Proclaim16!  Personally, I'm looking forward to my second Convention ... last year, you graciously welcomed me into the Christian radio family and I can't wait for February's "family reunion!"

A pivotal member of that reunion is Janet Mefferd, host of the daily talk show, Janet Mefferd Today.  An experienced journalist and lover of all things biblical, Janet's show is heard on over 150 radio outlets in only four months!

She says:

"The Lord has used the medium ...

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Praying for Life

In two weeks, hundreds of thousands of people will join the March for Life in Washington, DC. What if there were three times that many praying?

As Eric Metaxas shared recently on "BreakPoint®," January 22nd is the 43rd anniversary of the worst Supreme Court decision in our nation's history.  With Roe v. Wade, seven robed men gave America some of the most permissive abortion-on-demand laws in the world.  Since that time, nearly 60 million unborn children have been killed in the womb.

January is the month so many American Christians memorialize the unborn through Sanctity of Life Sunday (January ...

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Making 2016 a Year of Prayer

Do you have some goals in mind for the new year?  Many of us would love for this to be the year that we stick to our diet and exercise plan, get serious about a budget, or be more patient with family and friends.

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says, "While these are worthy goals, they're not what I am placing in my number one spot . . . this year, I am asking the Lord to make me a true woman of prayer.  As believers, we know the power of prayer cannot be overestimated.  Consistent, fervent, faith-filled praying for our marriages, families, churches ...

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Heart for the Disabled Week

On my nightstand is a ceramic heart a friend gave me with a little slip of paper inside.  On the paper, she wrote Matthew 6:21. 

I keep the heart in this prominent spot to remind me to think about where I invest my time, energy and resources.  I want (and need) to be cognizant that where I make these investments is where my treasures are and, there is where my heart will be.

The main question Matthew 6:21 prompts me is "Am I focusing on serving others or is my priority my own to-do list?" I don't ...

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