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JOIN US THIS FALL & WINTER

Did you know we still have two more cities to visit this fall? Please pray for the local teams in the following cities as they prepare and plan to ignite their communities to experience the grace and generosity of God. Kansas City—October 29th Indianapolis—November 5th There is still room to attend if you know friends […]

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We Hear You

In the research we conducted in 2012 women told us, loudly and clearly, they wanted resources—and tools that fit the hand of a woman.  Since that time, it has been a big part of our work to create and distribute those resources and tools.  Today, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new […]

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If I Offer All I Have, Will I Have Enough for Me?

The story of 5,000 people fed from one lunch must be pretty important; it is repeated four times in the Bible. While the story is typically shared from the adults’ perspective, I read it this week from the eyes of the giver, the little boy. I wondered what he experienced and if I would be […]

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What is Risky Generosity? Meet a Contessa who Changed the World.

It was a dangerous time in the life of the country. In the 1930’s and 40’s, the church in Germany, eager for greater popularity, was swayed by the new political regime. Marches merging church and state chanted: “The future belongs to us! We are the future!” Many young people wondered where they would find their […]

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When You Tell God, “I will never _________,” He laughs.

Have you noticed that God has a sense of humor? Many of the times I’ve said, “I will never….,” it bounces back into my life as the Lord gently nudges, “Yes, you will. You will actually love it because I know how I’ve wired you, my daughter.” I uttered one of my “I will nevers” […]

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“What is it I need to give away, Lord?”

A guest post from Lori Frampton, past Denver Inspiring Generous Joy (now WDW Signature Event) guest and current City Leader for Denver’s second event in September. I attended the Women Doing Well conference last year. One of the takeaways I came home with was the incredible joy displayed on the faces of women who generously gave. […]

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Why Am I Here?

How often do we define our identity by what we do for a living, who we married, what children (or grandchildren) we may have, or what church we attend? As a type-A personality and former executive at a Fortune 500 company, my identity has often been defined by my work. When I left corporate America […]

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