As a chosen woman of God, our goal and desire is to move into a deeper relationship with God our Father. "Virtue" does not happen automatically, but it is the result of intentional study and development. Virtue defined: Behavior showing high moral standards; goodness, righteousness, morality, integrity, dignity, honor, and purity: a definite and high calling that God has challenged us with.


All of us desire to grow in our walk with God. Through Women of Virtue, we have developed a plan to help you on that journey. Each of the Women of Virtue studies will lead you through a 9-book series that will enhance your relationship with Jesus. You will learn more about yourself than you ever wanted to know. God will reveal things in your life that are treasures and will bring you to a strong foundation in Him.


You have tested us, O God;

You have purified us like silver.

Psalm 66:10

Structure

There is nothing that is more important than a life of devotion to God. To be a true "Woman of Virtue," your daily time in the presence of God is an absolute necessity. You will read at least 9 out of the 12 resources and write a synopsis.


Your commitment also includes a financial investment. We are asking that you become a systematic giver to the Indiana Women's Department by giving a monthly $5 offering to help us defray the cost of the program.


Your commitment involves your two most valuable commodities - your time and money. Jesus said, "Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also." (Matthew 6:21)


At the conclusion of your assignment, you will be presented with a beautiful piece of jewelry as a celebration of your achievement.


If you are interested in becoming a Woman of Virtue, please download this brochure with commitment card and mail to Indiana Women's Ministries. We will get you your Women of Virtue supplies as soon as possible.

WOV_Brochure.pdf


Who can find a virtuous and capable woman?

She is more precious than rubies.

Proverbs 31:10


Women of Virtue 1

Resource LIst

  • Bait of Satan  
    by John Bevere
  • The Five Languages of Apology
    by Gary Chapman & Jennifer Thomas
  • If You Want to Walk on Water, You've Got to Get Out of the Boat by John Ortberg
  • Get Out of that Pit
    by Beth Moore
  • Lies Women Believe and the Truth that Sets Them Free
    by Nancy Leigh DeMoss
  • Finding Peace in Your Heart: A Women's Guide to Emotional Health
    by Stormie Omartian
  • Look Great, Feel Great
    by Joyce Meyer
  • Life Management for the Busy Woman
    by Elizabeth George
  • The Total Money Makeover
    by Dave Ramsey
  • Secrets of the Secret Place
    by Bob Sorge
  • A Woman After God's Own Heart
    by Elizabeth George
  • Captivating
    by John & Staci Eldridge

Women of Virtue 2

Resource List

  • The Blessed Life
    by Robert Morris
  • The Resolution for Women
    by Priscilla Shirer
  • Battlefield of the Mind
    by Joyce Meyer
  • The Circle Maker
    by Mark Batterson
  • Boundaries
    by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend
  • Conspiracy of Kindness
    by Steve Sjogren
  • Breaking Intimidation
    by John Bevere
  • What Women Fear: Walking in Faith that Transforms
    by Angie Smith
  • The Relationship Principles of Jesus
    by Tom Holladay
  • Becoming a Woman of Influence
    Carol Kent
  • The Divine Mentor: Growing Your Faith as You Sit at the Feet of the Savior
    by Wayne Cordiero
  • Make a Difference: Mentoring Woman to Woman
    by Lindsey Clifford & Joy Barnett

Women of Virtue 3

Resource List

  • The Jesus-Hearted Woman
    by Jodi Detrick
  • Courageous Compassion
    by Beth Grant
  • Unglued
    by Lysa TerKeurst
  • Discerning the Voice of God
    by Priscilla Shirer
  • Lazarus Awakening
    by Joanna Weaver
  • Rhythms of Grace
    by Kerri Weems
  • A Beautiful Life
    by Kerry Clarensau
  • Leading on Empty
    by Wayne Cordiero
  • Love, Acceptance, and Forgiveness
    by Jerry Cook with Stanley C. Baldwin
  • Unbound
    by Jack & Trisha Frost
  • A Confident Heart
    by Renee Swope
  • 180° to Freedom
    by Renay West