Ministry Year in Review

2015: A Year of Growth | 2016: A Year of New Vision

Between joining a gym and losing 30 pounds, I have taken some much needed strides in making my overall health a priority. I also entered the last year of my bachelor’s program at Liberty University and will complete my coursework in March. I am eager to be finished with this chapter and look forward to applying for grad school this spring. For the last 16 weeks, I have completed my senior psychology internship at Advice & Aid Pregnancy Centers. It has been such a blessing to get to serve these women and their unborn babies. Walking women through the hardest decision of their lives is so humbling. And being there to see these women choose life for their babies is witnessing a miracle every single time...

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2015 Raffle Winners!

A total of 65 raffle tickets were purchased between November 4-December 3, 2015 from a total of 19 participants. A total of $1,270 was raised out of our $10,000 year-end goal. Thank you to everyone who participated. If you missed the raffle but would like to support our ministries, click here to make a tax-deductible donation. 

Each valid entry was placed in the drawing and the winners were selected at the closure of our raffle using Random.org. Prizes were drawn for grand prize first and then the subsequent prizes thereafter. One prize was awarded per winning participant. All participants are winners due to the # of participants and # of originally advertised prizes. Congratulations!

The results of the raffle drawing are below.

GRAND PRIZE WINNER:
iPad Mini 4 along with a $100 iTu...

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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!

 raffle

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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