It's time to awaken compassion.
In October of 2008, over 6,000 women gathered in Chicago, Illinois, for the first True Woman national conference, where the unveiling and signing of the True Woman Manifesto occurred. Since then, more than 33,000 individuals have signed the manifesto, affirming God’s Word as the standard for what it means to live as a Christian woman.
Since the movement began, we’ve been watching God “reclaim surrendered ground” turning the hearts of women from around the globe away from cultural messages about gender, identity, and sexuality and toward a true, biblical understanding of their design and purpose. Tens of thousands of women have attended eight True Woman national conferences and have left with a strong conviction to:
- Discover and embrace God’s design and mission for their lives
- Reflect the beauty and heart of Jesus Christ to their world
- Intentionally pass on the baton of Truth to the next generation
- Pray earnestly for an outpouring of God’s Spirit in their families, churches, nation, and world.
This year we are focusing on one of the tenets of the True Woman Manifesto:
“We will reflect God’s heart for orphans, widows, and others who are vulnerable, marginalized, or oppressed by extending kindness, ministering to their needs in the name of Christ, and promoting justice for all people as bearers of God’s image.”
So . . . Join a Compassion Revolution
Because our world is broken, the needs we see can easily overwhelm us. We may wonder, What can I do to help the vulnerable, marginalized, and oppressed? I’m only one woman.
Come to True Woman ’20 and be reminded of Christ’s compassion toward you. As you consider anew His response to your brokenness, your heart will be stirred to see and respond to the needs of others.
A compassion revolution can start with one woman, willing to respond to the needs of others as Christ did. It can start with you.
Why True Woman ’20?
“In our age of me-first entitlement, identity politics, and neo-feminism, Nancy and her team bring clarity, guidance, and hope for women! I’m thrilled that mercy ministries and works of compassion will be highlighted in this year’s conference.”
~Joni Eareckson Tada, founder and CEO of Joni and Friends