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My name is Amber Richardson, and I'm emailing you about an exciting project called Women of Faith. In early 2011 my close friend and fellow performer, Anna Hargadon, approached me with an idea to use our performing …

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Connection Extra: Acting Like a Christian
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Women of Faith recently spoke to actress Candace Cameron Bure about life, faith, and her role in the original GMC World Premiere Movie Finding Normal. See the article here . . . but Connection members also have access to additional, exclusive content from that conversation. See additional Q&A with Candace below. The rest of this […]

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One Extra Ticket
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After being reunited with my biological father for four months (after eighteen years apart), his wife’s mother had an extra ticket to Women of Faith in Kansas City on November 5, 2011. I’ll never forget the exact date. I didn’t want to go — I was an atheist at the time — but I went […]

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Joy Yet to Come
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[God] will yet fill your mouth with laughter and your lips with shouts of joy. —Job 8:21 NIV Everybody’s had some kind of bad stuff in her life; I sure have. And nobody’s saying we’re supposed to laugh every time another punch finds its mark. The important thing is to remember, during those times of […]

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Song of Solomon: A Love Story
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Anybody who thinks Christians are straight-laced, sober, and sad hasn’t read the Song of Solomon.  It is a careful depiction of a strong, faithful, physical love between a man and a woman.  It’s an emotionally charged, highly personal love letter. God, who is the Creator of men and women and the Giver of such good […]

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The Story Behind The Battle Hymn of the Republic
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As today is Memorial Day in the U.S., The Battle Hymn of the Republic will no doubt be played and sung at countless events and services across our nation. This stirring anthem was written during the American Civil War by Julia Ward Howe, a leader in women’s rights and an ardent foe of slavery. Julia […]

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ROMEIKE DENIED
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A German homeschool family is facing deportation after a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied their petition for asylum. Back in Germany homeschoolers are often persecuted. And sometimes even jailed.

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Testing God – Seeing a Miracle
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Jennifer inherited a family farm that hadn’t had a crop failure in 80 years. When drought and hail threatened her farm, she made a bold decision and tested God. See what happened that some called a miracle.

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Dreaming of a Way to Help
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Pinkeo survived polio as a child but was never been able to walk or attend school. Living with her sister’s family, Pinkeo longed to do something to help support the family. Discover what two items CBN gave her that made her dream a reality.

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