Mission-Minded Families on “Revive Our Hearts”
On our Podcast, we are featuring Ann’s three interviews about Mission-Minded Families with Nancy Leigh DeMoss (now Mrs. Nancy Wolgemuth) from Revive Our Hearts, a nation-wide and international women’s radio broadcast.
Here’s a glimpse of these programs:
What talents has God given your children? The world is waiting for those talents to be unleashed for God’s glory. Learn how to develop your children’s gifts while giving them a vision for God’s kingdom.
Ann Dunagan’s family was visiting Africa and was struck with the number of children without adequate clothing. The words of Jesus came to mind, “What you’ve done for the least of these, you’ve done for me.” Hear how this family responded to this huge need.
There are so many urgent needs in the world. How might God be preparing your children for making an impact in the needy world? Learn how to release them to build God’s Kingdom.
Introducing Nancy Leigh DeMoss (now Mrs. Wolgemuth)
Here’s a video about Nancy’s beautiful love story:
Nancy Leigh DeMoss grew up in a family deeply committed to Christ and to the mission of world evangelization. At an early age, she surrendered her life to Christ and to His call to fulltime service. Today, Nancy mentors millions of women through Revive Our Hearts (an outreach of Life Action Ministries) and the True Woman Movement, calling them to heart revival and biblical womanhood. Her love for the Word and the Lord Jesus are infectious, and permeate her online outreaches, conference messages, books, and two daily nationally syndicated radio programs—Revive Our Hearts and Seeking Him. Her books have sold more than 1,000,000 copies, and include Lies Women Believe, Choosing Forgiveness, A Place of Quiet Rest, A Thirty Day Walk with God in the Psalms, Brokenness, Surrender, and Holiness. She also co-authored Seeking Him and Lies Young Women Believe.
“It was a tremendous honor to meet with Nancy Leigh DeMoss in her studio, to talk about encouraging families for God’s kingdom and missions, and to pray together. I’m so grateful for Nancy’s spiritual leadership, godly integrity, and her heart for women. — Ann