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The Christian Working Woman began in 1984 as an outgrowth of a ministry for workplace women that began at The Moody Church in Chicago, Illinois. Because of her own experiences of being a Christian in the marketplace, Mary Whelchel had a burden to encourage women and to teach them sound biblical principles in order to equip them to live godly lives in their workplaces. Little did she know that the radio program which had its humble beginnings on one station in Chicago would now be heard on over 500 stations and crossing international boundaries! Since its beginning The Christian Working Woman has become a non-profit organization currently producing two radio program formats, distributing books and materials, providing web resources, and organizing retreats and conferences in the United States and abroad.

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The Christian Working Woman began in 1984 as an outgrowth of a ministry for workplace women that began at The Moody Church in Chicago, Illinois. Because of her own experiences of being a Christian in the marketplace, Mary Whelchel had a burden to encourage women and to teach them sound biblical principles in order to equip them to live godly lives in their workplaces. Little did she know that the radio program which had its humble beginnings on one station in Chicago would now be heard on over 500 stations and crossing international boundaries! Since its beginning The Christian Working Woman has become a non-profit organization currently producing two radio program formats, distributing books and materials, providing web resources, and organizing retreats and conferences in the United States and abroad.

    Ten Important Life Lessons – Part 1

    Ten Important Life Lessons – Part 1

    What has life taught you? I’ve known people who went through life and never ever seemed to learn life lessons. They just made the same mistakes over and over, and never seemed to gain any wisdom. James 1:5 says, “If...

    • 14 min
    The Zero Defects Principle – 5

    The Zero Defects Principle – 5

    The Bible calls us to be holy and blameless people. I recognize how frightening it is to think that God expects such a high standard of us. I know me, and I know how far there is to go before...

    • 3 min
    The Zero Defects Principle – 4

    The Zero Defects Principle – 4

    In order to live holy and blameless lives we have to know what the standards are, don’t we? And we need a clear understanding of the Bible’s standards for our lives. Well, the Bible is very clear. First John 3:4...

    • 3 min
    The Zero Defects Principle – 3

    The Zero Defects Principle – 3

    Scripture tells us that as children of God, we have been chosen to be holy and blameless. If that’s true, and it is, we should be taking holiness very seriously. It’s similar to the zero defects philosophy of quality assurance...

    • 3 min
    The Zero Defects Principle – 2

    The Zero Defects Principle – 2

    Often I let myself off the hook by the “nobody’s perfect” mindset, instead of getting serious about living a life with zero defects, where no failure to live up to the standard is excused, rationalized or accepted. If you worked...

    • 3 min
    The Zero Defects Principle

    The Zero Defects Principle

    Can you be perfect? Can any of us? I’m quite certain we all would agree that nobody’s perfect! And yet there are many passages in scripture that tell us to be holy and blameless. Peter said we should be holy...

    • 3 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
63 Ratings

63 Ratings

dmvjulie ,

Short, inspiring devotionals to get you focused for the day

Thank you Mary Loman for being faithful to your calling. My daughter and I listen to this almost everyday before we start our day. 3 min encouraging word from the Word keeps us focused on getting our work done walking with Jesus.

amAliceHannie7 ,

Thank you

You have helped to learn to look at things in a different more positive way! Very encouraging!!

naturallybecoming ,

The Power of Praise

I’ve been listening to The Christian Working Woman since I became a born again Christian and I really like how it is short and to the point. I also like how you have the devotions available so I can meditate on it throughout the day or week. The “Power of Praise” episode is another great reminder for me to look to God when times are tough. I’m still single and in debt and wondering when things will look up but today at small group I was reminded that God will never leave me or forsake me and I started thanking God for the things I do have in spite of my brokenness! Thank you for being led by the Spirit because I find it amazing how your topics align to what I am either struggling or experiencing! God bless you and your team!

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