Leslie Basham: A pastor's wife named Kesha would worship at the front of her church every Sunday. But inside, she was harboring bitterness.
Kesha Griffin: "How do you go to church," this is what I would ask myself, "and you sing praise and worship, and you're worshiping the Lord, and you know the Word, and you're serving in ministry—and yet, you can't forgive your father? That does not add up."
Leslie: This is Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth for Monday, December 7, 2015.
Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: Think of how many needs there are among the women in your community—the hurts they're carrying, the wrong ways of thinking they may have, the destructive choices they're making.
How might God want you to get involved in their lives, mentoring and sharing what God has taught you? How might He want you to get involved "for such a time as this"?
That's what a pastor's wife in the Los Angeles area has been asking the Lord. She has a passion for teaching the women in her church based on the encouragement in Titus 2 for older women to teach younger women. Kesha not only wanted to train other women, but she wanted to make sure she was sharing solid, biblical truth with them.