Women’s Advocacy Group

Hello ladies,
We have an exciting announcement! A new group is beginning soon…
Better Pleasure Women’s Group:
A Bible study
* for women struggling with their husband’s lust
* for women struggling with their own
The heart of this group is that we would fix our eyes on Jesus, and look to Him as we maneuver disappointments and struggles, together.
We have been prayerfully considering this change for a long time and are excited to see what the Lord will do! This new group will replace the Women’s Purity groups and the Beauty for Ashes group. We will be combining these groups and will meet every 4th Saturday. There will also be a Zoom option to support our sisters who aren’t in Tucson.
We will start the year slowly and on  Feb 18th, 11-1 at Harvest Restaurant (please RSVP) to get to know each other (keep your eyes open for that info).  If you’re out of town, look forward to a gift in the mail coming your way in lieu of our brunch!
Beginning March 25th we will meet every 4th Saturday from 9:30a-11a at Calvary Christian Fellowship (room TBD). Childcare provided, as needed! We will also send out a zoom link prior for those out of town.
We are so excited to move into this with the Lord and you!
Contact Beth (lilyofhisvalley@icloud.com) or Katy (katyrunninglight@gmail.com) to be added to the group info list!
“Therefore we also, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which so easily ensnares us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith…” Hebrews 12:1-2
Love in Jesus,
Bethany and Katy

Contact – katyrunninglight@gmail.com to sign up for the online Zoom group!

Contact Megan for the local meeting for women struggling with lustful inclinations in Tucson, AZ.  megan@runninglight.org

Why do women need a advocacy group?

  • There are 29 million romance novels are sold annually.  90% of the readership is women.
  • According to Adella O’Neal, a Digital Playground publicist, in 2000 roughly 9% of the company’s consumers were women while four years later that figure has bloomed to 53%.
  • Today’s pornography is produced, marketed, distributed by women as well as men.
  • Today there is a strong pro-porn feminist movement in the country.
  • Today young girls are strongly influenced by popular YouTube’ers and other online media.  They are encouraged to experiment with sexuality, sensuality and identity.
  • Lesbianism is the favorite (sexual) search term for women in the world.  Women in Canada and the United States are 186% more likely to search for Lesbian videos compared to men