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    From Broken to Beautiful by Ashlee Homewood

     


    International Women's Day 2021

    A message from the World President of Women's Ministries, Commissioner Rosalie Peddle

    "Today is International Women’s Day, and I want to take this opportunity to celebrate women and girls everywhere! Proverbs 31:31 says, ‘Celebrate all she has achieved. Let all her accomplishments publicly praise her.’"


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    Stories

    From Broken to Beautiful

    A Salvationist from Alberta shares her story of finding hope after miscarriage.

    Women's Ministries

    "For those of you reading this who have not experienced this type of loss, be prayer warriors for those who are. Know that pregnancy and infant loss is much more prevalent than we realize. If you have experienced this loss, my heart aches for you, no matter if the loss was years ago or recent. I pray that you experience God’s perfect peace. I have found healing in sharing our journey with others."

    A Deeper Well

    Reflections on COVID-19, the way of Christ and living into a new season.

    Women's Ministries

    I could write pages and pages about the “lessons learned” during the last 19 months—about the ways in which the Holy Spirit moved and spoke, revealed and uncovered, shook and stirred myself individually and the world collectively. I have a feeling that on a crisp October day, with a big mug of coffee and a journal in hand, you could write pages and pages as well.

    Where do you find Peace?

    Women's Ministries
    Where do you find deep, internal, restful peace? Is it a place or a person? What makes the place or person peaceful? Where does peace originate, and what is its nature? Is it contingent upon outside factors? Is it sustainable? Does it sustain you? Peace is an important factor, if not the top priority in our lives. We crave it every one of the 52

    Disturbing Present Darkness

    Salvationist women shine light on what this new theme means to them.

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    When people across the country rung in 2020, no one was aware that a pandemic of global proportions and new racial injustices were in store for the new year. With the many challenges of the previous year in mind, the women’s ministries department piloted the theme “Disturbing Present Darkness” for 2021 to encourage women across the territory.