Helping women discover, embrace, and delight in God's spectacular design for their lives.
“What is a true woman?” Revive Our Hearts' True Woman Movement will help
you find the answers in a world of cluttered, competing ideas. It is
time to discover and embrace God’s created design and mission for your
life. Time to reflect the beauty and heart of Christ to your world. Time
to intentionally pass on the baton of Truth to the next generation.
Time to pray earnestly for an outpouring of God’s Spirit in your family, church nation, and world.
How did it all begin? In 1997, the Lord began to impress on Nancy
Leigh DeMoss' heart the need for a widespread movement of revival and
reformation in the hearts of Christian women. Out of this burden, Revive
Our Hearts was born.
Nine years later, in 2006, Nancy and the
Revive Our Hearts' team agreed that now was the time to begin to plan
the first-ever True Woman conference, in order to help women...
* Discover and embrace God's created design and mission for their lives * Reflect the beauty and heart of Christ to their world * Intentionally pass on the baton of Truth to the next generation * Pray earnestly for an outpouring of God's Spirit in their families, churches, nation, and world
Several other ministries believed so strongly in the mission of this
conference that they partnered with Revive Our Hearts, including Moody
Publishing, Moody Radio, Moody Bible Institute, FamilyLife, Moms In
Touch International, The Council for Biblical Manhood & Womanhood,
On October 9-11, 2008, over 6,300 women gathered in
Chicago, Illinois, for Revive Our Hearts' first-ever national women's
conference. This conference launched the True Woman Movement with the
unveiling and signing of the True Woman Manifesto on Saturday, October
Three conferences followed in 2010, gathering over 10,00 women from various countries.
The True Woman '08 conference was just the beginning! We're praying for
a widespread movement of revival in the hearts of 100,000 Christian
women around the world. Joining the movement is easy: