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Encouragement for Moms

Elizabeth George Mother's Day SpecialBeing a mom is such a blessing from the Lord.  But it can also be the most exhausting, and challenging job a woman can hold.

Elizabeth George (A Woman after God's Own Heart) knows the job of mom well!  And, she wants to encourage your listeners with special features that will air on A Woman after God's Own Heart  the week leading up Mother's Day ─

5/6     A Noble Woman

5/7     A Worthy Woman

5/8     A Treasured Woman

5/9     A Godly Woman

5/10    A Confident Woman

In addition Elizabeth has recorded a :25 ...

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Introducing...Aviva Nuestros Corazones












We've very excited to announce that the Spanish version of Revive Our Hearts officially launches today!

Latinas can now hear Aviva Nuestros Corazones five days a week in eighteen countries (the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Spain, and fourteen Latin American countries).  Woman can also stream, download, and read messages online at AvivaNuestrosCorazones.com.

For more information and program placement, you can contact Eunice Carvajal at HCJB (Email: ecarvajal@hcjb.org).

Coming Up on Revive Our Hearts

Here is just a sampling of the special program series airing this month . . .

"When a Heartbeat Goes Silent: Mark & Sarah Vroegop ...

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What Challenges Godly Women Today?

According to John MacArthur, the challenges facing women today are "... the pressures of a culture that has a corrupt view of women ... a culture that has given itself over to human sexuality ..." and one that is destroying marriages like never before.

Those same pressures are what challenged me in my youth.  I believed the lies of the feminist movement and as a result made many poor decisions that impacted my life.  Thankfully, by God's grace, I was saved from a life headed for destruction.  More importantly, through studying God's Word, I've come to understand, and embrace with ...

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Not Just Another Love Story

I enjoy a good love story ... but after having the privilege of hearing Joni Eareckson Tada share hers at the NRB closing banquet, I knew immediately that this was like no other love story I've heard before.

As most of us know, Joni has been confined to a wheelchair since her diving accident nearly four decades ago.  She has been a champion in raising awareness, and making changes, for the disability community.  But after hearing her talk of her 30 year marrige to Ken with such vulnerability and transparency ... acknowledging their trials and struggles ... it was clear to me ...

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Insights from Israel

Prayer is a part of a believer's life.  We pray before a meal, we pray at church, when a friend is struggling, we pray for them and when we're hurting, we ask for prayer.

That's how it should be - as Anne Graham Lotz shares, "Prayer is a conversation. We speak to God in prayer then listen attentively as He speaks to us through His Word."

Right now, Anne is in Israel, in "His Land"  . . . leading a tour back where Jesus walked on earth, to follow His steps, see many of the same things He saw, to pray ...

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Weeping and Rejoicing

Carol GarlowBiblical wisdom tells us to "rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep" (Romans 12:15).  Usually we think of that as two disparate moments ... but for the believer, of course, it is a simultaneous response to the news of the homegoing of a saint.

This weekend, after her very arduous battle with cancer, Carol Garlow entered the Lord's presence.  Her husband, Jim, and the family were with her at that most sacred transition of temporal to eternal life.

We give thanks to God for now, at last, the complete healing for Carol.  She "ran the ...

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