Great Commission Women
Encouraging and Connecting Women in our Alliance Family
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Recent Great Commission Women Articles
Teach Me, Lord, to Wait
“Dear Lord, You know my pain, You know how desperate I am for You to heal me. I ask You to help me and teach me to wait on You. I know your timing is perfect and I will wait on You to do your miracle in me.” This was my son’s prayer one night as he faced a chronic illness two years ago. I was humbled by that prayer. Tears ran down my face,Read more of this story
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Connected to Jesus
In our fast-paced, ever-changing world, I sense a hunger for steadfastness. A quiet strength. Assurance. Not smug. Not stubborn. But solid. This is only possible if we allow ourselves to be connected to Jesus, receiving from Him all that we need.Read more of this story
“OUV OU” (“I Love You”!) ~ Heart, Soul, Mind, and Strength!
I heard the sounds of “ouv ou” three times. I quickly turned to smile at his mommy who concurred that he was saying “I love you”. Now it may appear that this Nana wanted to hear those words, and I did indeed. If you are a grandparent you understand. But we are convinced that the message his young mind and heart was conveying was love and admiration through “ouv ou” - “I love you”! Words he has heard often.Read more of this story