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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.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Bee Kay1 ,

Longtime listener

I love when a new podcast downloads and the title relates to a current situation I'm going through! They always come right on time. It gives me the tools I need to be an effective ambassador for Christ in the workplace. I hope to attend the yearly events one day.

Lisa Barton ,

Excellent program

I find this podcast to be practical both for your walk with the Lord and your real life pertaining to your faith. I find it relatable and a must to listen to everyday. You will always be given something from The Lord everyday.

Personally, I believe Fran and Jesus should be a book written by Mary Lowman ( the podcaster) to help us replace and provide a viable and unique way to minister at any stage The Good News of Jesus.

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