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Meet Biola University’s Ruby Women

When the story is told of the founding of Biola University in Los Angeles, somehow the “founding before the founding” is left behind. As it turns out, before Union Oil Company’s Lyman Stewart and pastor T.C. Horton initiated the Bible Institute in 1908, their wives Lula and Anna were pounding the pavement in Southern California. […]

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How Do We Steward Influence?

She was orphaned at a young age. A kind uncle made sure her needs were met, physically and spiritually. Nearby, a man of extreme power and wealth had just dismissed his wife in pride and humiliation and with the help of others began looking for his next wife. As the search began, there she was, […]

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What’s It Like to be a Prayer Coordinator?

We talked with Denver Prayer Coordinator Suzanne Chrisman to hear about her experience with prayer and Women Doing Well. How did you come to be the Prayer Coordinator for Denver? In the Fall of 2013, a year before we hosted Inspiring Generous Joy (now WDW Signature Event) (IGJ), I was asked to be the Prayer […]

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The Case for Inspiring Generosity Among Women

Studies show that our churches are failing to disciple women in the area of biblical generosity. True story… I have a friend who is a successful corporate attorney, a faithful church member in Texas intentionally living a life of sacrificial kingdom generosity. We were chatting over coffee one day when she shared with mixed sorrow and […]

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What Widows Need

Ronald Blue &  Co. commissioned Women Doing Well to do a research study on how to enrich widows’ relationships with her financial advisor. What a helpful and important topic! Did you know that just last year nearly 10% of American women became widows–9.3% or more than 1 million. And the more engaged the woman is […]

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