April 2009 / Bott Radio Network Speaker Series Featured Nancy Leigh DeMoss at Lenexa Baptist Church, Friday, April 24th
Close to 600 ladies attended the Bott Radio Network Speaker Series Event with Nancy Leigh DeMoss of Revive Our Hearts, Friday, April 24th at Lenexa Baptist Church. Revive Our Hearts is heard on most Bott Radio Network stations Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m. Central time. Nancy has a heart for others, and her ministry encompasses teaching, writing and counseling. At Lenexa Baptist, Nancy taught that everyday frustrations in a woman’s life that drive her to her knees are actually blessings as they bring one closer to God. She shared from her family experience the power of prayer as evidenced by her great-grandmother and parents. She exhorted us to not rely on circumstances but to bring every trial to Him and rely on the answers found in the Word of God. At this event, Nancy stayed after her teaching to listen, counsel and pray with every lady who desired to speak with her.
Nancy Leigh DeMoss can be heard on most BRN stations across the nation at 11:30 a.m. with her program, "Revive Our Hearts."
From left, Trace Thurlby, BRN's COO, Lenexa Baptist Church's Founding and Senior Pastor Steve Dighton and his wife Mary, Nancy Leigh DeMoss.
Nancy opens her heart and shares principles from the Bible to ladies from all across the Kansas City area at Lenexa Baptist Church.
Ladies from all over the Kansas City area gathered to hear Nancy Leigh DeMoss speak Friday, April 24th, at Lenexa Baptist Church.
Ladies gather around the Resource Table looking for books that will strengthen their grasp on the Scriptures.
Nancy spends time with each person who wanted to meet with her after the service. Her ministry is personal to individuals as well as to thousands on the radio.
Nancy prays for others who lined up to share their lives with her after the teaching. Nancy stayed until all who wanted had some time with her.
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