Finding God in the Chatter

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In the noise of this crowd, we owe it to our mothers, our daughters, sisters and friends to seek the voice of truth—the voice of God. Where is God's voice and what—if anything—does he have to say to women?

As Christian leaders, we want to believe that God speaks into this mess, but sometimes it's hard for even us to pick out the real gems of truth in the costume jewelry of our society.

So how do we do it? How do we point women toward the voice of God in today's culture? When a woman, steeped in these cultural messages, walks into your church or social event for the first time, what do you think she's looking for—and how do we provide it?

December04, 2009 at 4:33 PM

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