Meet Aubrey

Take 2 minutes to listen to Aubrey share about her experience as one of our group leaders:

Making Women Whole Fundraising Raffle

We’re conducting an online raffle in an effort to raise some much needed funds. From Thursday, November 5 through Thursday, December 3, 2015, you may enter as many times as you’d like. The more entries you have, the better your odds are of winning a prize. See below for all of the details!


Your participation in our raffle will directly benefit our ministry and programs. How exactly the proceeds from this raffle benefit our ministry is your choice. When you enter, you may choose to which fund your donation will go (General Budget—which includes Dirty Girls Ministries, administrative needs, and all new program development...

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Volunteer Staff Openings

Dirty Girls Ministries seeks to fill the following volunteer staff positions.

Candidates should model a Christ-like lifestyle and attitude of sexual integrity that is reflective of our team. Both positions can and will be accomplished remotely. Once all applications and resumes have been received, interviews may be conducted with eligible candidates via Skype (with video when possible).

Click on the links below for job descriptions and use the form below to apply.

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*UPDATED* Your Kid is Watching Porn: A Word of Warning for Parents That’s Worth Sharing

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By Crystal Renaud

I am not a parent. I am not even married. But if you’re familiar with my story, then it is no surprise that I was once a kid who encountered porn and became a porn-addicted teen. For me, it all began when I was just 10 years old.

This image is me at the age of 10… just a few months after the discovery of a pornographic magazine in my brother’s bathroom which catapulted me into an 8-year addiction to porn and other sexual behaviors. I show it to you so that you can see with your own eyes, what 10 years old really looks like. I think in today’s culture of kids growing up too fast, we forget how young this really is.

20 years later we know that pornography has only become more mainstream, easier to find… and to hide...

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Your Generosity Makes a Difference!

W3 basic graphicWhole Women Weekend is quite a financial undertaking. But thanks to the generosity of others, we’ve been able to scholarship close to 15 women who could not afford to attend on their own.

Eight of these women include residents of The Samaritan Women, a Christian organization in the Baltimore area providing restorative care to survivors of human trafficking. These precious women will get to hear from Annie Lobert, a human trafficking survivor herself, and learn what it means to be identified by Christ, and not by their past or what has been done to them. Additionally, we are offering a service project during the conference that will directly benefit this organization. 

I want to take just a moment to ask you to prayerfully consider supporting this event with a financial gif...

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Whole Women Weekend FAQ

With Whole Women Weekend coming up next month (August 27-29) we thought it would be a great idea to provide a little bit more information FAQ style. The following comes from questions we’ve received via email, social media, and questions that haven’t yet been asked, but we thought would be good to answer. If you have any other questions, leave a comment below or contact us.

Register for Whole Women Weekend, HERE

  • Q: When is Whole Women Weekend? Where is it? 
    A: Whole Women Weekend will take place August 27-29, 2015 in Forest Hill, MD at Way of Life Community (Church). For those who can’t make it to Maryland, we will be streaming the main sessions online, but please note that the workshops will not be streamed online.

  • Q: What are the hours of the conference? 
    A: Thursday, Augu...
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Guest Post: Pastor Ed Young

41N3N9iGgCLWe are honored to share with you a guest post from Pastor Ed Young as he shares with us a good word about relationships and accountability. Ed Young is a pastor, author, and conference speaker noted for his creative communication style. As the founding and senior pastor of Fellowship Church, Ed has deep a passion for making the complex, simple as he speaks truth to people in ways they can understand and apply to their everyday lives. In addition to leading Fellowship for the past 25 years, Ed has written 15 books on church leadership and Christian living.

“What did THEY influence you to do that you would not have done if THEY hadn’t been around?”

Think about that question for a minute...

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