Becoming Elisabeth Elliot, Day 5

Movies often have happy endings. But reality usually doesn’t work that way. The life of Elisabeth Elliot was no exception. Her biographer, Ellen Vaughn, discovered many instances of mixed emotions in Elisabeth’s journals. Learn more, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Becoming Elisabeth Elliot, Day 4

On Revive Our Hearts, you’ll discover that’s something Jim and Elisabeth Elliot had decided long before Waodani spears entered the picture. Best-selling author Ellen Vaughn shares insights from the journals of Elisabeth Elliot, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

Becoming Elisabeth Elliot, Day 3

Have you ever felt this way? “God, I’ve done things mostly the way You want me to. I’ve lived right, I’ve dotted all the i’s and crossed all the t’s, but life is really hard right now! Why are you letting bad things happen to me?!” That’s something the young Elisabeth Elliot wrestled with, even before she was married and her husband was speared to death. Learn how her faith grew, on Revive Our Hearts as biographer Ellen Vaughn joins Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth to talk about her book Becoming Elisabeth Elliot.

Becoming Elisabeth Elliot, Day 2

Take an ultra-conservative, performance-based background, mix in the personality of an introvert along with a healthy dose of the fear of God, and you get a young lady like Elisabeth Howard. On the next Revive Our Hearts, learn how the girl who became Elisabeth Elliot grew in patience and passion without sacrificing her purity. Biographer Ellen Vaughn joins Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth on Revive Our Hearts.

Becoming Elisabeth Elliot, Day 1

Often a person’s success is measured by accomplishments, beauty, wealth, or political power. But the guest on the next Revive Our Hearts describes the life of Elisabeth Elliot, a woman who was used mightily by God even though she didn’t match popular standards of success. Best-selling biographer Ellen Vaughn tells us all about a great hero of the faith on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Suffering Is Not for Nothing, Day 6 of 6

If you’re a child of God, He’s in the process of making you more and more like Jesus. But let’s be honest: that process can be painful! Elisabeth Elliot puts things in perspective on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Suffering Is Not for Nothing, Day 5 of 6

Think about your suffering. Have you ever thought of the pain and difficulty as a gift from God? If that sounds far-fetched, don‘t miss Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. In it, you’ll hear a classic message from the late Elisabeth Elliot. She suffered much, and yet learned to have a thankful attitude.

Suffering Is Not for Nothing, Day 4 of 6

When you’re hurting, it can be helpful to remember something: You’re not the victim of a purposeless, chance occurrence. God has the bigger picture in mind for your life, and believing that can help you say, “Thank you!” That’s a lesson Elisabeth Elliot describes on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Suffering Is Not for Nothing, Day 3 of 6

How can you experience peace in the midst of suffering? There is a key. Elisabeth Elliot explains, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Suffering Is Not for Nothing, Day 2 of 6

Have you ever asked God, “Why? Why is this happening to me?” or “Why won’t you answer my prayer?” On Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, you’ll hear from the late Elisabeth Elliot. She says God’s answer to our “Why?” is “Trust me.” Catch Revive Our Hearts.

Celebrating God’s Goodness, Day 5 of 5

Popular opinion says there are no differences between men and women….and you don’t even have to choose one or the other.  But God is an artist.  And in His wisdom and goodness, He created male and female.  Learn how to live out the beauty He intended, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

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