Teri Maxwell’s True Woman Report, Part 1


My family blessed me with a generous and exciting Mother’s Day presenta trip to the True Woman ’16 conference titled Cry Out. I greatly enjoyed being part of 7,000 Christian women, who were worshipping the Lord Jesus and crying out to the Lord on behalf of everything from our own hearts to the state of our world.

My favorite session was Nancy Wolgemuth’s Friday session called Brokenness. I had actually found that message from when she originally gave it many years ago. It is a powerful call to repent of pride and walk in brokenness. She did a superb job of contrasting pride with brokenness. I saw myself in way more of the proud examples, and I loved the challenge to set pride aside.

Friday night the whole session was prayer. We were led in prayer as speakers prayed. We were directed in prayer as they had us get in groups of 3 or 6 and pray for specific prayer points. For over 3 hours, 7,000 women at the conference plus thousands of women around the world who had put together prayer groups for the live simulcast were praying. It was moving.



I try to listen to Nancy’s Revive Our Hearts podcast every day. I learn from her teaching, and I think you would like it too.

If you want to listen to the messages from the True Woman ’16 conference, here is a link.

Trusting in Jesus,

Thus saith the Lord of hosts, Consider ye, and
call for the mourning women, that they may come;
and send for cunning women, that they
may come: 
And let them make haste, and take up a
wailing for us, 
that our eyes may run down with tears,
and our eyelids gush out with waters.”
Jeremiah 9:17-18

5 thoughts on “Teri Maxwell’s True Woman Report, Part 1”

  1. I just loved the conference, too! Friday night was so moving… and I really enjoyed Russel Moore… thanks for sharing this post!

  2. What a powerful and uplifting conference that must have been! I’m sure it was a wonderful experience that you won’t ever forget.

  3. Thank you for sharing with us. So happy you were able to attend. I plan to go to the link and absorb all that is available. Such a blessing you and your family is to so many.

  4. I just want to say thank you for mentioning the conference before you went. I had never heard of the conference and because of this blog, I was able to “attend” the conference via live stream! My husband had the days off of work and was able to tend to the children while I spent my time watching the conference. It was such a blessing to me!!! So, thank you!!! 🙂

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