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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.

    Dare to Serve Leadership :: Interview with Cheryl Bachelder

    Dare to Serve Leadership :: Interview with Cheryl Bachelder

    The mission and passion of The Christian Working Woman has been to inspire and equip believers in Christ to see their work and their workplace as the place God has sent them. To go to work each day with a higher purpose than just earning a living or climbing a career ladder. But instead to […]

    • 14 min
    How Many Extra Miles Should You Go?

    How Many Extra Miles Should You Go?

    If you’ve “extra-miled” it, and you’ve been giving not only your cloak but your whole wardrobe away, it’s time to stop and ask yourself how many extra miles you should go. Jesus doesn’t call us to be doormats—to simply lay down and allow people to run over us. And if you just let it continue, […]

    • 3 min
    How Many Extra Miles Should You Go?

    How Many Extra Miles Should You Go?

    I shared with you an experience of a woman who had allowed some other women in her office to continually take advantage of her hard work. As a result, she had become bitter about it and eventually stopped communicating with these women. That, of course, was simply making bad matters worse. There’s a principle of […]

    • 3 min
    How Many Extra Miles Should I Go?

    How Many Extra Miles Should I Go?

    Well, what kind of action should you take if you feel you’ve gone too many extra miles? Jesus teaches us in Matthew 5 to go the extra mile, but I believe he also teaches us there are limits. When we are in a position where the extra mile leads to many others, and the situation […]

    • 3 min
    How Many Extra Miles Should I Go?

    How Many Extra Miles Should I Go?

    In a world where people are determined that no one will ever take advantage of them, we are told to turn the other cheek and go the extra mile. Not many of us do that very well. But I also believe there are limits on how many extra miles we go. Let me relate a […]

    • 3 min
    How Many Extra Miles Should You Go?

    How Many Extra Miles Should You Go?

    Are Christians supposed to be doormats? Did Jesus teach us in Matthew 5 to let people take advantage of us? Are we never to stand up and say, “No more”? These are real questions many face on their jobs. I love people who are extra milers—people who do more than they have to, who exceed […]

    • 3 min

Customer Reviews

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!

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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