Friday, October 10, 2008

TRUE WOMAN MANIFESTO and embrace God's design for your life


There is an interesting conference taking place this week for women led by author and radio personality Nancy Leigh DeMoss. NLD has written a very good document called, True Woman Manifesto. It is a declaration of the biblical call for women to live as God has intended.

I have read it and it is very well done. I hope it will be a blessing to all of the women who visit this blog in their walks with the Lord. Also, make sure you listen to Piper's opening message: money!

Grace and peace,

PS - Some of you might remember this past year of a blogging live software I featured on this blog called: Cover It Live. Well Tim Challies has discovered it and is live-blogging this woman's conference. He is doing a very good job and I would encourage you to check it out and participate in the discussion there. It is a great tool for content sharing and exchanging ideas and questions during a conference like this one.


joydriven said...

thanks for pointing to this. ~joy

littlegal_66 said...

I visited the site, and wound up staying for quite a while. I'm definitely returning on the 11th for the signing of the manifesto.

Thanks for the heads-up.


Debbie said...


The True Woman Manifesto was like a breath of fresh air; a biblical affirmation and encouragement for Christian women living in an upside-down society that craves this truth even though many don’t recognize it.

I’m anxious to explore her site a little more --- good stuff.

Thanks so much for posting this!


Susan said...

Wow, this was great!! I've read several of Nancy's books, she hit the mark for sure!!

Thanks for sharing this today~

Anonymous said...

Very good PDF. Good stuff. Thanks for posting it.

Women in my church have used books by Martha Peace in our Women's Bible studies. (She has some really good books). Another good author is Susan Heck (she has a very convicting study book for women on the Book of James). Also, right now in my Sunday School class, we're studying "Becoming a Woman who Pleases God," by Pat Ennis and Lisa Tatlock (women from "The Master's College").

SignorinaD said...

Do we really need another official Christian document?

"Manifesto" sounds so ... manly.