Strength to Strength Sisters welcomed Darla Weaver for a practical topic for women of all ages.

Mothers, please be conscious of the age and maturity of your listening daughters. Thank you!

What happens when we bring God into the secret longings of our heart? What does emotional purity look like for a young woman? How does God fit into that vulnerable part of our life and what do we do with these desires for intimacy and connection?

Join us as we talk about God’s heart for purity, His desire for a relationship of intimacy with His daughters, and the why’s behind His standards of holiness.

An interactive question-and-answer period follows.

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As a follower of Jesus Christ, Darla Weaver believes passionately that in all she does, she is to do for the glory of God. As a wife and mother of eleven, her main area of service is washing dishes, sorting laundry, changing diapers, all as an act of worship.

Their family opens their home to both believers and unbelievers, believing that making disciples is something that involves the whole family, not just the parents. Mentoring, serving, sharing the good news, it’s her heart to serve where God calls.

Darla and her husband Marlin were raised and married conservative Mennonite but didn’t truly meet Christ until they were married five years and had two children. Prior to that, their lives were a mess of anger, lust, and lies, but Jesus made all things new; it’s been twenty years of redemption and healing.

Their passions as a family are for the kingdom of Heaven, walking in obedience, growing in grace, and making disciples first with their children and then with whoever God brings into their world.

Their family is a part of a small urban church in East Providence, Rhode Island.

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