Listen to the story below, retold well by one of our Missionary trainers. The story of the “Woman of Peace” is fresh in from the harvest fields’ of oral-learners. (please click on the  audio file link):

How did this story impact you?  What does this “Woman of Peace” do or say when she approaches others that she does not know? I’m interested in hearing from you and what these questions mean to you.

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    • Kent Kiefer
      Kent Kiefer says:

      Great question Steve. The Woman of Peace did not specify which Story was told. There are over 120 stories in the Bridges for Women training curriculum and some of the most popular are “The Samaritan woman at the well”, “The Widow of Zarephath” and “The parable of the Sower”. Whichever she used it was received well! God bless, Kent

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  1. Dennis Davenport
    Dennis Davenport says:

    We hear these stories and as inhabitants of the USA we can’t imagine that people want to hear, or haven’t heard, stories of the Bible. They are so available to us that we do not value them as they do. Thanks for sharing!

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    • Kent Kiefer
      Kent Kiefer says:

      Dennis,

      What a great point! We have access to all of these providential true stories from the Word of God and we don’t appreciate nor apply them in our lives. We need that child like faith our Lord reminds us about so much. Let’s make a difference like these courageous leaders! God bless, Kent

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  2. Paul Ortiz
    Paul Ortiz says:

    Amazing! That’s how you do it! Just share the story! Reminds me of Jesus and the story where the friends bring their friend who is paralyzed and the house is so crowed they can’t get in!!
    This Women of Peace believes the truth will go out and “infect” people and she is willing to speak and not be afraid!! We all can learn from that!!

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    • Kent Kiefer
      Kent Kiefer says:

      Yes! So true Paul. LOVE that Story too, just let the power of the Story and the Holy Spirit open the hearts and minds of His people. BUT we have to be willing and receptive. Blessings to you, Kent

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