The phrase “let me be a woman” provocatively incites preconceived ideas of what kind of woman one is to be. The onslaught of feminist culture brazenly takes hold of our daughters and persuasively tells them, “Why shouldn’t you use your gifts and be rewarded? You deserve pleasure, prestige, money, and power!” Read more…
Studies reveal that 50-65 % of Christian men have significant problems with pornography and the problem is getting worse. Because most of the men in our churches are not equipped to battle lust from a grace-centric perspective, thousands are sliding down the steep slope towards pornography addiction.
The free downloadable leader’s guide for The Gospel of Mark: The Mystery of the Kingdom Revealed, CEP’s most recent study written by Charles Dunahoo.
Please be aware of the following dates, events, and information as you plan your ministry year. Pass these on to the various ministries within your local church that would profit from these training and resource opportunities.
I love this picture of Ellie Bennett! And I think you will too. Please let me tell you why…
Looking for an area of service or outreach in which your church’s women’s ministries or PresWIC can be involved? This page focuses on activities that others have done that can be adapted and used by your women.
A case study on how women’s Ministry was Re-built by applying Women’s Ministry Biblical Leadership Training principles.
See what CEP Coordinator, Charles Dunahoo, has to say about the article Life in Those Old Bones by Ed Stetzer in the June 2010 edition of Christianity Today…
Take a look at the programs and activities available for women attending this year’s General Assembly in Nashville, TN.
By Dr. Dave Garner. They thought they were going to die. Already begrudging the outdated notion of wilderness camp hundreds of miles from home, the vanload of teenagers was jolted by the ground rules at their non-virtual form of distance education. Posted at the wilderness camp’s entrance gate was the media bouncer barking authoritatively, “No MP3 players. No I-Pods. No DVD players. No cell phones. No laptops. No kidding.” The prehistoric demands aroused sleepy youth from their digital slumbers. Disappointment heated into outrage; outrage ignited panic, and I-Pod toting teens banded into a digitally mastered surround-sound symphony: “How can we possibly survive for 10 days without our music?!”