Revive ’17 Conference Sessions Available Online

Revive 17 Conference

Did you miss the Revive ’17 True Woman Conference this year? All of the sessions are available online! The theme of the conference this year was “Adorned: Women Mentoring Women the Titus 2 Way.” Check out all the sessions here.


TGC Women’s Conference 2018

Young girl listening to music on public transport

Mark your calendars for The Gospel Coalition Women’s Conference on June 14-16, 2018 in Indianapolis, IN. The theme of the conference is “Listen and Live: Promised Grace for Rebel Hearts, Deuteronomy’s Call to Find Life in the God of Grace.”

Gather a group of ladies and take a road trip to this inspiring event with sound Bible teaching, break-out workshops, and some book store shopping, of course! For more info and to register, click here.

Training for Women Bible Teachers

Workshops on Biblical Exposition

The Charles Simeon Trust is offering a workshop for women Bible teachers in Toronto this fall! Here is a description of the workshop being held at Olivet Baptist Church in Toronto on October 19-21, 2017:

“The Charles Simeon Trust aims to help recover the centrality of expository teaching of the Word of God, for the health and benefit of the church in our own and future generations. Training women to teach the Bible to other women is vital for building up the church and equipping its members to live out the truths of the gospel. This Workshop on Biblical Exposition is designed for women who are currently in a teaching ministry with the responsibility to teach the Bible regularly. It is open to women who lead in regular teaching ministries including large group instructors, small group teachers, and women’s and children’s ministry leaders appointed by their churches.”

Click here for more information and to register.


Equipping Women of Influence in the Church

Are you a woman who is teaching, writing, or leading other women in the church? These main sessions from the Revive’15 Conference are very helpful for equipping women in ministry, teaching, and writing. The eight plenary sessions are available online here. If you only have time for two, be sure to check out Jen Wilkin’s “Teaching the Word in Fear and Fearlessness,” and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth’s “A Charge to Teach the Word.”

You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby!

Mary Kassian gives a helpful overview of the feminist movement and its impact on the evangelical church. We must be aware of both the positive and negative effects of the movement, and how feminism has influenced our thinking and practice. Mary reminds us to hold firm to God’s good and wise design for male and female according to Scripture. She will be teaching again this year at Revive ’17, Adorned: Women Mentoring Women The Titus 2 Way.

Discipling Young Women (Part 5): Methods for Discipleship

We have established that in order to effectively minister to young women through the local church, elders should train the older women in three major areas: (1) Identity in Christ as Disciples; (2) Identity in Christ as Women; and (3) Identity in Christ as Mothers. According to Titus 2:3-5, the older women are to teach and encourage the young women in these three areas of emphasis. There are practical ways that elders can equip the older women to teach the young women in three types of settings: large groups, small groups, and one-to-one ministry. Continue reading

Discipling Young Women (Part 4): Materials for Discipleship

Identity in Christ as Disciples

First, church elders must equip the older women to teach the young women about their identity in Christ as disciples. Foundationally, young women need to develop an understanding of all that is eternally true and significant of their identity because of the person and work of Jesus Christ. As adopted children of God and full heirs with Christ, there are abundant promises in Scripture that are true regardless of any season of life women will pass through. Continue reading

Discipling Young Women (Part 3): How Should the Local Church Disciple Young Women?

In the previous posts, a biblical rationale for the discipleship of young women was established and the group was defined as young adult women of the Millennial Generation who are in the season of marriage, parenting, and homemaking. The discussion will now consider how to most effectively minister to this demographic, in light of the research that was presented. A recent study demonstrated that young adults are leaving the church in staggering numbers.[1] At the same time, research indicates that young adults value the influence of older generations. Continue reading

Discipling Young Women (Part 2): Who Are the Young Women?

What defines a young adult woman? Lawson explained, “Adulthood is reached when individuals become personally accountable for themselves and accept adult responsibilities. Adulthood is another stage of life that, in itself, has many more stages.”[1] Within the lifestage of adulthood there are levels of development, such as “emerging adulthood” and “young adulthood.”[2] For the purpose of this discussion, attention will be given to young adult women who are currently between sixteen and thirty-six years of age. This group is referred to as the Millennial Generation, Continue reading