Telling the Truth for Women

Jill Briscoe

Queen of Her World

February 18, 2016
Most of us feel like we're juggling so many roles and responsibilities - in our homes, families, workplaces, social activities. How do we balance all of these things while being the reflection of Christ to the people we encounter every day? In this message, Jill teaches how we can use the example of the conscientious Proverbs 31 woman to have the Lord's heart for the world around us.

This is the final message in Jill's 4-message series, Queen of Hearts, on the Proverbs 31 woman.

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Most mothers want their children to "arise and call her blessed." But in today's culture, it's increasingly difficult to raise godly kids. How and when should you talk to your children about God? In this message, Jill offers a map to finding God's idea of family, gives practical ways of explaining biblical concepts to children, and shows how important a role a mother plays in her children's spiritual lives. This is the 3rd message in Jill's 4-message series, Queen of Hearts, on the Proverbs 31 woman.
February 17, 2016
"Perfect" marriages don't just happen - but they are possible! In this message, Jill shares wisdom gleaned from her own marriage to show that, like the Proverbs 31 woman, you can become "queen of your husband's heart" and do your part in making your marriage all that that God wants it to be. This is the 2nd message in Jill's 4-message series, Queen of Hearts, on the Proverbs 31 woman.
February 16, 2016
Ever feel overwhelmed trying to live up to expectations? We all look for affirmation and appreciation - but from whom? In this message, Jill explains what it means to be "Queen of the Lord's Heart" and how this important role can lift that burden of expectations so we can be free to be unselfconscious and be able to do what we need to do. This is the 1st message in Jill's 4-message series, Queen of Hearts, on the Proverbs 31 woman.
February 15, 2016
How do you stay when you really want to go? It's not easy. Abigail was a woman stuck in a difficult marriage with a difficult husband. But instead of being angry and vindictive, she showed godly wisdom and self-control in diffusing tensions, and remained committed to her marriage. In this message, Jill Briscoe walks us through Abigail's story and gives us an example of how to deal with the difficult people in our own lives. Based on 1 Samuel 21-25, this is the 7th message in Jill's 8-message study of women in the Old Testament.
February 12, 2016
When we think of influential leaders, we often think of those who make bold statements, those who are aggressive or loud. But not all change happens that way. Ruth changed her world using humble acts of love and kindness. Despite her circumstances, Ruth spent her life in service. She lived a life that exemplified love to those around her, particularly in caring for her mother-in-law, Naomi. Jill Briscoe teaches us how much we can learn from Ruth about being a true friend. This is the 6th message in Jill's study of women in the Old Testament and is taken from the book of Ruth and 1 Corinthians 13.
February 11, 2016
Every day we fight battles: teaching our kids to clean up their toys, dealing with difficult co-workers or family members, getting society to clean up the environment. But even though these battles are big, there is an even bigger war going on - a spiritual one. While we know that God is the ultimate victor, we live every day surrounded by Satan's armies. The judge and prophetess Deborah was surrounded by not only a spiritual war but a physical one! God gave her the gifts and talents she needed to complete the task He gave her. In this message from Judges, Jill shares with us Deborah's story and shows us how we, too, can respond to God and find our roles in this great battle.
February 10, 2016
Have you ever felt wrongly judged? Rahab was someone who was judged for her outer appearance. A harlot, known for keeping brothels within Jericho, no one would have believed by simply looking at her that she was seeking God. Thankfully, God looks beyond what man sees to the desires of our hearts, and changes us from the inside out. This is the 4th message in Jill Briscoe's series Women Who Changed Their World. Joshua 2-6 & James 2
February 9, 2016
If you've ever wondered what it looks like to be a servant of God, look to Miriam. Miriam served God using her gifts when she took on a willing, servant attitude. Miriam discovered that she had the gift of prophecy, and she used it where God called her - in leading the people of Israel to the Promised Land, alongside Aaron and Moses. God wants to use you, as He used Miriam, with the gifts and personality that He gave you. In the 3rd message of Jill Briscoe's series, Women Who Changed Their World, we see how God will put you in the right place at the right time. But He requires you to have the right attitude. Exodus 2-15; Psalm 139; I Timothy 2
February 8, 2016
When we think of someone with a good attitude, Abraham's wife Sarah is probably not the first person who comes to mind. We might think of her arguments with Abraham, how she laughed at God's good news, her harsh dealings with Hagar, how she lied to Pharaoh. But in 1 Peter 3, Peter commends Sarah as a model for all women for her "quiet and meek spirit." What happened in Sarah's life to turn this feisty, contentious, rebel of a woman into God's royal princess? In this message, Jill teaches us about Sarah's life - her shortcomings and how God turned this rebel into royalty - and how giving God control in our own lives can transform our attitudes like it did for Sarah. Based on Genesis 12-18 & I Peter 3-4, this is the 2nd message in Jill's 8-message study of women in the Old Testament.
February 5, 2016
Women throughout all of history have been trying to find their identities - through marriage, children, a career. But we can find our true identity and fulfillment only in our relationship with God. Eve had a unique opportunity to be with God in the Garden of Eden, and God revealed His intended work for her, what He designed her to do. But Eve's identity was challenged in the Fall when Satan deceived Eve into trying to find her identity outside of the God in whose image she was made. We, too, were created in God's image and were designed for the work He has for us. In this message, Jill walks us through Eve's story and teaches us how it is also our story - how our own identities may be obscured in the Fall but are renewed in Christ's redemptive work. Based on Genesis 1-3, this is the first message in Jill's 8-message study of women in the Old Testament.
February 4, 2016
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About Telling the Truth for Women

Telling the Truth exists to make available sound biblical teaching, practically applied, with a view to producing lives that glorify God and draw people to Christ. The whole of our ministry is to encourage, console, strengthen, teach, and train.

About Jill Briscoe

Jill Briscoe was born in Liverpool England in 1935. Educated at Cambridge, she taught school for a number of years before marrying Stuart and raising their three children.

In addition to sharing with her husband in ministry with the Torchbearers and in pastoring a church in the United Sates for thirty years, Jill has written more than forty books, travelled on every continent teaching and encouraging, served on the boards of "Christianity Today" and "World Relief," and now acts as Executive Editor of a magazine for women called "Just Between Us."

Jill can be heard regularly on the worldwide media ministry called "Telling the Truth" She is proud to be called “Nana” by thirteen grandchildren.

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