Category Devotionals

Your Next Right Step…

When professor and author Dallas Willard was asked, “If a person wants to grow spiritually where should they start?” his answer was, “Do the next right thing you know you ought to do because that’s what God wants you to do . . . but you will need help.”

At Dirty Girls Ministries, we strive to provide women with opportunities to do their next right thing. And we have a few more of those opportunities to tell you about today: 

DG Groups — Leaders Wanted!

DG Groups are new, unique recovery groups for women struggling with pornography and sexual addiction. Groups will meet weekly for 10 weeks online to study the Bible and the Dirty Girls Come Clean workbook together. We are seeking leaders for these groups and now accepting applications.

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Fall Enrollment: 90 Days to Wholeness

We invite you to enroll (or re-enroll) as we start over with Day 1 of the 90 Days to Wholeness series on Wednesday, October 1. The last day to enroll is September 30.  

Our “90 Days to Wholeness” series is a 90 day devotional designed to kick-start your recovery from pornography and sexual addiction (or various other strongholds). Over 800 women have already completed our first 90 Days to Wholeness series and are experiencing true and lasting life change. Join them!

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Once enrolled, beginning Wednesday, October 1, you’ll receive a daily email devotional containing reflection questions that you will be encouraged to briefly discuss with other women in our online community...

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90 Days to Wholeness Summer Enrollment (July-Sept. 2014)

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It is said that it takes 90 days to form a habit and in recovery, 12-step groups challenge you to attend 90 meetings in 90 days. Our “90 Days to Wholeness” — is a 90 day devotional designed to kick-start your recovery from pornography and sexual addiction (or various other strongholds). Our summer enrollment is now open. 

Beginning Tuesday, July 1, you’ll receive a daily devotional containing reflection questions that you will be encouraged to briefly discuss with other women in our online community. While you can work the devotionals on your own, the community serves as a source of encouragement and accountability during your recovery journey. Devotions are written by our founder Crystal Renaud with select contributions by Jenny Miller.

Whether you are seasoned in your re...

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