Nancy Leigh DeMoss

Nancy Leigh DeMoss is an author, speaker for both personal and corporate revival in conferences, and teacher on two nationally syndicated radio programs. Nancy has served in various roles: Primary Children's Ministries Director at Thomas Road Baptist Church; staff member of Life Action Ministries; Director of Women's Ministries and editor for "Spirit of Revival" magazine.

Articles by Nancy Leigh DeMoss

Becoming a Woman of Virtue

Making it personal “Every wise woman buildeth her house: but the foolish plucketh it down with her hands” (Proverbs 14:1). Am I building up my house or tearing it down? Am I investing in my marriage? Am I nurturing the heart of my marriage? Do I frequently express admiration and gratitude to my husband? Am […] Read More >

Hormones and Harried Emotions

“I can’t help how I respond when my hormones are out of whack. (It’s understandable to act like a shrew at certain times.) If we accept the lie that we can’t control our emotions, we will also believe we can’t control how we act when we are feeling emotionally vulnerable or out of control. Not […] Read More >

Lies Women Believe: Truth…Or Consequences

“Become a World-Class Violinist Instantaneously.” “How to Play the Piano…Instantly!” “‘Instant Health’ at the Flip of a Switch!” (Ad for a kitchen appliance) “Melt 10 lbs. in 10 minutes!…a workout so easy, you do it in your pajamas!” “Delivers so much peace of mind it should be covered under your health plan.” (Ad for a […] Read More >

The Truth That Sets Us Free

1. God is good (Ps. 119:68; 136:1). 2. God loves me and wants me to have His best (Rom. 8:32, 38-39). 3. I am complete and accepted in Christ (Eph. 1:6). 4. God is enough (Ps. 23:1). 5. God can be trusted (Isa. 28:16). 6. God doesn’t make any mistakes (Isa. 46:10)! Everything that comes […] Read More >

Transformation: How Does it Happen?

“Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind” (Romans 12:2). Recently I ran into a woman I had not seen for several weeks. I hardly recognized her. Her hair, usually blonde, had turned completely white. The transformation was dramatic; she looked like a […] Read More >