Living Proof Live – Richmond, VA

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  1. 1
    Kathy says:

    Well, well, well, what a miracle the LPM events are at this time in history- I’m not sure how you dear ones process how God is using you- Amazing is an understatement- again, thanks, many thanks, for sharing Travis’s wonderful music ministry through the recaps- I can only imagine what transpired through the Holy Spirit this weekend- God Bless You, Dear Beth Moore, for answering your call and demonstrating what healing is all about- Lots of love to all the Moores and your loved ones, WOW

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    I had the amazing opportunity to serve LPM this weekend at the will call booth and had to share this amazing moment.

    We had a lady come in and her group had an extra ticket so they said they wanted to donate it. Right after they donated their ticket another lady came in right behind her. Now I should mention these ladies had been standing in the hot sun for about an hour or two to get in to the conference. She came in and she was a bit panicked looking. She got her wallet out and she said she wanted to buy a ticket but she wasn’t sure if she had enough money. She was outside literally counting out her dollars. I wish I had a picture of the look on her face when we gave her that donated ticket. My eyes are filling with tears as I see it in my mind now. God knew that woman needed that ticket! Situations like this happened over and over again.

    It was such an honor to serve this amazing ministry this weekend. God did such a work in my heart and I was so blessed to see him work on 9,300 other hearts at the same time. Thanks Beth so much for coming to our area and sharing John 1 with us. I feel like I’m on a new path a new journey in my walk with the Jesus. I think I’ll be reading John 1 over and over again for a while reconnecting with the middle C!

    And I have to give a shout out to your amazing LPM staff they did such an amazing job!!

    • 2.1
      Beth says:

      That just about turns me inside out. I love Jesus so much. Thank you for telling me that.

      • It was amazing Beth it happened over and over again. Me and my friend Tina who was serving at Will Call with me would start praying over the donated tickets because we knew that God had them for specific women. The last two we gave away are going to bring me to tears as well it was a mother and daughter and their faces just lit up like Christmas trees as we lifted those tickets in the air and said blessings to you. Me and Tina were so blessed at that will call booth! Serving those women helped me start to get back in touch with my middle C!

    • 2.2
      rene sandifer says:

      Oh Amanda, I can just see her counting, fretting, asking the Lord please, please let me be able to have enough to get in and ‘hear from You’…let me not have come this far, and not be able to enter. How many times have we all been there in some similar circumstance?!Then look how graciously He not only provided, but gave freely!! Thank you for sharing…He is the BEST gift giver to meet every need; and we such an undeserving people. Jesus, we adore you!

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    Tammie Chappell says:

    WOW! What a great weekend. Words cannot describe what this conference has meant to me. Beth is truly a gift from God. I will always remember to return to “C” as my Happy Key!!! Travis performed at my church Sunday evening. He stated that his concert was an exclamation point to the weekend and he was correct. Beth and Travis are a wonderful team!!

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    Awesome!!! Can’t wait to get to another LPL. Please come back to the south! Miss seeing everyone.

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    Amy Knowles says:

    I think I’m going to play this over and over when I need a reminder! What a powerful few days! Thanks again to everyone involved, thanks for letting the Lord work wonders through you – for us!!

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    Rachel says:

    That event was so awesome! I was there and OMGosh, it was so needed! Thank you Beth and Travis for being there! I know the ladies from my church were touched and so was I! The funny and weird part of it all, I didn’t know what you, Beth, were going to talk about and I had studied the same thing (well close to the same thing: Same book, same chapter, I underlined all the names of Jesus) the week before. So thank you so much!! BTW, I am proud of all the men that endured that event of 9,000+ women.. I give you thumbs up… my husband thought you all were crazy, LOL, and shook his head when I said he should come with me next time ๐Ÿ™‚

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    mariel says:

    it was a sweet sweet time with THE Word!! Thank you to LPM and Beth for the tickets for my mom and I…we were blessed to celebrate her milestone birthday that way (she’d kill me if I told you her age!!) ๐Ÿ™‚

    I will say that she now has a “New beginning” and I am going back to Middle “C” as I go into my future with what Christ has for me. Thank you, Beth! Rest well as you recover from pouring out!!

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    Kathy B says:

    Well, there’s just nothing like havin’ church while sittin’ home on Monday morning. Glory! My heart is just bursting with the marvel of the truth of the words to that song. Blessings to Travis and the whole worship team. And to Rich for capturing the experience so that those of us here on the blog could share in what God’s Spirit was up to this weekend and is up to again as the sun creeps up this very morning.

    Whew! I’ve gotta go catch my breath before I start laundry. Thank you, Living One on high. Your Word is Life again Today.

    • 8.1
      Warm in Alaska says:

      I’m gonna skip leaving my own comment and just give a big ‘ole SHOUT OUT and AMEN to yours, Kathy! You said just what I was thinking! And if it’s any consolation to you, I’ll be in my laundry room, too!

      Warm in Alaska.

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    Elizabeth says:

    Beth, Travis, and the praise and worship team. What an awesome conference in Richmond. Thank you so much for sharing all your many talents. Beth, your message was just what I needed. I have some tuning up to do!!! Thanks again for a weekend to be able to worship and have some fun.

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    Diane Goodsell says:

    I had bought tickets to Richmond, January 2010. My 46 year old brother committed suicide May 9th, 2010. He had many issues and I couldn’t carry him. I felt like a failure. I carried so much blame and guilt that it was consuming me. I was quite angry at God and questioned my faith and even His existence. I could hardly go to church and didn’t want to pick up His word.
    But now, my chains are broke; I’ve been set free! I am back to “middle C!” I feel refreshed and renewed. I feel like a brand new believer!! I am so excited to be back to Christ. I am so thankful that he never left me. I cannot get enough of His word. I am so excited and in love with Jesus. I just want to be submerged in Him. I am still brokenhearted. David was my older brother and I adored him. But God is overshadowing my pain.
    I thank God for you, Beth. I love how He uses you to reach women no matter what they may be going through. Please pray for my 3 nieces that are now fatherless. I am not their Jesus but God can use me too.
    Love, Diane

    • 10.1
      Kimberly says:

      Oh Diane. Praying for you and your nieces as you grieve. He loves you so.

    • 10.2
      Michele says:

      Oh Diane, what a summer you’ve had. Good for you for having the courage to honestly take your raw feelings to God and be open to his healing and direction.
      Praying for you and your nieces.

    • 10.3
      Beth says:

      Bless your precious heart, Diane. That’s a huge loss and under such rough circumstances. I am so happy in Jesus that He refreshed your soul.

    • 10.4
      Gigi says:

      Oh sweet Diane…how my heart just aches for you. Yet PRAISE GOD that you have renewed your heart for the One Who loves you most! Lifting you and your precious nieces to Him in prayer. He will never leave you…may you rest in His strength and His peace.

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      Linda Tavares says:

      My heart aches for your pain..I am so glad God brought you to hear the living water message from Beth. THe message was so powerful…may you travel through this season in perfect pitch..gaining strength from 9000+ of your sistern (Travis) and brothers….you are not alone…His strength, grace and truth are perfect…

    • 10.6

      One of the speakers at the conference this weekend I went to said, ” In a hopeless situation are only hope is Jesus.”

      We know that hope Diane. One of my best friends overdosed on the 19th of May. Just remember and focus everyday, that Jesus is your HOPE. He will get you through it. No matter what. I am so sad for my friend too, but I know she is in His arms now, where she is safe.

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    Tracy L. says:

    Wow! So blessed to have been a part of this past weekend.

    Sweet, sweet Lydia at the very end! Keep praying sisters!

    Tracy L.
    Richlands, NC

    • 11.1
      Beth says:

      I know! Weren’t they precious! I prayed again for her this very AM.

      • Stacey Byrd ~ AKA Lydia's mother says:

        Warms my heart to know others lift up my precious daughter to the King! Thank you Beth for the powerful prayer, sweet conversation and warm embrace Saturday morning. God has been so faithful to us through this difficult season.

      • Tracy Leary says:


        Here’s another God-thing for you…

        Lydia’s mom is a friend of mine from high school. We have not seen each other in about 6 years but I had heard of Lydia diagnosis from the very beginning and had been praying, etc. (Dailey Rae’s (my daugher who came to Houston with me in January) best friend passed away from the same type of brain tumor in 2008.) I ran into Lydia and Stacey in the bathroom Friday night!!! We jumped around and giggled like little girls because it was so unexpected to see each other. I was later able to spend 30 minutes or so with Stacey praying for her, Lydia, her two sons, and her husband, Willie. Stacey is such an encouragement and strong woman of faith. She’s amazing actually! So very, very cool to be able to worship with her!!!

        p.s. Dailey Rae is still upset with me that I didn’t take her this past weekend and told me that all the Siestas would be asking me where she was! (I wouldn’t let her miss the 3rd day of school.) Well, wouldn’t you know my 9 year old was right. Every single Siesta I ran into wanted to know where she was. Hahahaha!

        Hugs and Loves,

        Tracy L.
        Richlands, NC

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    Joy Freeman says:

    Was in Richmond, VA this weekend. What a blessing. Our group of 30+ women brought home a fresh and everlasting word from our Father. Thank you, Beth, for being his womanly vessel. Praises! Now, if only people would learn how to say “Cottrell” like we do in Dobson, North Carolina (my home town). Rest well, sister.

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    Melissa says:

    I was one of many ladies at the Beth Moore Live this weekend in Richmond…and all I can say is WOW thank you God for joining us and speaking truth into our lives…may we glorify your name forever….

    Thank you so much Beth for giving to the Lord for I am a life that is changed….be blessed I love you. Melissa

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    Desiree Crisp says:

    Thank you for coming to Richmond, Beth! I will never forget it! The Word I received is “Believe the Truth!” and here is my octave! 1.To believe is to receive; abundant belief=abundant life. 2.Jesus died for every moment of my life. 3.Until a truth is eclipsed by The Truth, I cannot walk in freedom. 4.My darkness cannot overcome the Light of Jesus! 5.God gives the grace to live the Truth. 6.To be free I must live off the Grace of God. 7.I don’t have time to maintain these regrets when I believe He loves me.(this is from one of the last songs we sant) 8.He gives the healing and grace my heart always hungers for. (I received this Sunday during worship to complete my octave.)God bless you!

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    Michelle says:

    Thank you Amanda for posting the video recaps of each Living Proof Live event. I cry watching each one because I know lives are being changed. Shackles are falling off and women leave that place never the same. I am longing for the Simulcast in Chicago on Sept. 18th. Waiting in anticipation of what Christ will do in me. It is His promise that each time I attend I leave there with at least one nugget of truth that changes my life.

    I applaud your decision to stay home with your children. I too have made that sacrifice. Times at home full time and part-time. My girls are now almost 22 and 18 and I see the investment has paid off! God bless you!

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    maureen says:

    Nearly everyone I talked to feels the same way about this weekend – God was so powerful that we couldn’t seem to take it all in, nor do we have adequate words to describe His Presence. I thought the top would come off that Coliseum.

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    Robbie says:

    My daughter and I were there! It was the most touching event! Before I felt like a picture out of focus…afterwards I feel like a picture that is sharp and clear! I feel focused on what is truly important in life! My preacher use to tell me I was a “work in progress”! After this weekend, I feel renewed! Beth Moore, you have been blessed with a gift, and thanks for sharing your message with us! Robbie Washburn

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    Jennifer Millett says:

    Dear Beth,

    It was so good to finally be able to attend an LPL event! I truly loved seeing you and Travis in Richmond this past weekend. I just wished I could have hugged your neck! That teaching was just what I needed to hear. In my head and heart. And when Travis and his crew sung “Mercy Seat”, I thought I would come apart!

    I am so, so grateful to the Lord for you and your teaching. It has had such an impact in my life. I can’t even begin to tell you how much. Thank you.

    PS – I saw this woman down on the conference floor walking with such a serious, purposeful walk. I thought, “That has to be Michelle.” Sure enough…. ๐Ÿ™‚


    Jennifer Millett

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    Laura White says:

    This was the first event for me and my step-daughter Jessica. We could truly feel the presence of Jesus! What a blessing for us. It was an honor to be among the “sister-en”. Bless everyone who participated to make this event happen in such a wonderful way for us.

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    Thanks Amanda everytime I see the video’s and hear the song tears just stream down my face love the new video’s and thank you Rich and all the team. Love the song your word is life to me the truth that sets me free.
    Towards the end the little girl that was doing the commissioning at the end with her mother ( PRICLESS)
    I just became a great great aunt over the weekend to a precious niece named Aubreigh Marie she is to cute I have just seen pictures because they live in Florida. But as I looked at the video and saw that little girl doing the comissioning with her mom I prayed for my niece and the next generation for the girls.
    Thanks Amanda I love you all and your family. You all are awesome.
    Blessing to all

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    margaret says:

    The event in Richmond was fabulous…We must remember that our truth must colide with The Truth of the Gospel. Thank you, Beth for underscoring and highlighting what He has already revealed.

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    Betsy says:

    Thanks so much for speaking a fresh Word this weekend, Beth. My three friends and I were so blessed and had such a great time. We desperately needed a weekend away from the hustle and bustle of our busy city lives in Washington, DC. We’re getting ready to start our fourth study of yours (Believing God), and we’re so excited. Travis– thanks so much for leading us in worship. From one worship leader to another, I so appreciate your heart and spirit for the Lord. Blessings on you all!

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    Cindy Evans says:

    Love the pics and the video,,,I just wish I could have shaken Beths hand or given her a hug for how she has uplifted me. But she was talking to my friend Stacey and Lydia as she came in to praise the Lord,I tap her on the shoulder and said hi,Beth I hope she’s not mad at me. Just wanted to meet her….I feel real stupid!!!!!!!!!!!Lydia is a sweet little girl and my family love her dearly, although Lydia picks on me alot, but I love it she just loves to heard me laugh and that makes her laugh and that brings joy to me.
    Cindy Evans
    PS. I hope you liked the picture, I give it to someone on your staff…..The many faces of Beth Moore Travis should love it…ha ha

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    Nikki B says:

    Thank you so much, Siesta Mama! We love you and are so grateful for your service to us this weekend. Hugs from all of us. Feel them. We mean them.

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    Siesta OC says:

    I love the video/photo recap. Seeing the movement with the stills is amazing! More in depth!

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    Libby Stokes says:

    Awesome weekend! I attended the Richmond event 7 years ago with four friends and had a life changing spiritual experience; got to go back this weekend with three of those same ladies, in addition to some new sisters in Christ. Thanks to all who put these events together – you are having eternal impact on womens’ lives. Thanks for telling us we don’t have to prove that God exists; it’s up to those who don’t believe to prove that He doesn’t exist. Praying that I will tap into all the power that Jesus has deposited in me through the Holy Spirit. May God continue to bless your ministry. Love you!

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    Libby Stokes says:

    By the way, my sweet friend Amy Cato passed along via e-mail a letter I wrote to you – it went to your assistant, Michelle. And when I saw her Friday night, I gave her a box with a charm in it for you – I know you get a lot of gifts from a lot of women – but was wondering if you had somehow gotten this crown charm.

    • 27.1
      Beth says:


      • Libby Stokes says:

        Awesome! This was a pretty emotional trip for us – I hope you know how vital your teaching has been to our healing – we love you more than you’ll ever know, and are so thankful God is using you to minister to us. To Him be the honor and glory forever!

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    Kathi Bowers says:

    Thank you Beth, Travis and LPM Team for such an uplifting conference. I have a lot of fine tuning to do to get back to Middle C but I know that I will get there sooner rather than later if I continue the path that God has put me on and by following HIS WORD. May God pour out His blessings to all of you for faithfully praising unto His name! We love you all!

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    Georgia Boone says:

    Once again you “nailed it” Rich!!!!!!!!!!! All those women worshipping….can you imagine heaven?????? Love it Love it Love it!!!
    Bible Bunny in NO MI

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    Ginny says:

    Beth, I’ve done your bible studies for years and been so blessed but never seen you live. This weekend was AWESOME in so many ways, it’s hard to express them all in words! First, I had been doing John the Beloved study this summer leading up to the conference with no knowledge of what you were speaking on. God really used you to bless me and inspire me to keep in the Word. Your quote of “I love Jesus more today because of what I’ve studied this week” is going to be a goal and inspiration for me for the rest of my life. I will always have the image of Travis and you and the worship team jamming out to Victory in Jesus at the end of the conference. I told my family that when the gates of heaven open and I am seeing Jesus face to face, I want to see that scene again…Beth and the team singing Victory in Jesus=) THANKS!

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    Tammy says:

    The event in Richmond was such a blessing and I appreciate everyone that made it possible. Beth, I love you dearly and thank God for you. Your obedience to Him and your willingness to serve women has changed so many lives! I am so hungry for more of His Word and more of Him. There were eight of us in our group and we all left feeling like we had spent the weekend with Jesus. Tremendous.

    Travis and the worship team were phenomenal. I am brought to tears at how overwhelmingly wonderful our Lord is. I am so thankful for the opportunity to worship with and be taught by ordinary people who do extraordinary things through the power of God. Friday was my birthday and I sat there in the coliseum feeling like my Father was spoiling me rotten. Oh how I love Him as I am wallowing in His love for me! I just want to sob…

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    Tammy says:

    Dearest Beth,

    My heart is so full of the Lord Jesus this morning, I can hardly stand it! Thank you for coming to Richmond. I had the aweseome privilege of praying with and ministering to incredible sisters who love the Lord and want to serve Him obediently. I am humbled that God would open such a door for me. What a privilege to serve along side so many wonderful women, namely, you. You continue to be an inspiration to me and I am so thankful that we are best friends yet have never met! Your message was RIGHT ON for me in this season, thank you for listening to the heart of the Father. I’m back at Middle C, dear sister, and will be starting the revised Breaking Free in Sept. My very first study of yours was the original Breaking Free five years ago. How’s that for timing!? Breathless in Virginia!!! You are dearly loved.

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    Melissa Ford says:

    I was nervous about coming to my first event where Beth would be live. I was so nervous that I came alone w/o the group from my church b/c I was afraid I would be one big puddle of emotion. I had to continue to remind myself I was there to hear from the Lord and that He is the reason for my freedom and liberty but at the same time Beth’s testimony,personality and style have made it easier for me to come closer to my Savior…make sense? Anyway. The entire team does such a great and intentional job of inviting the Lord into the presence of the weekend and making it very clear that He is the reason for it all and no person can be what He is or do what He does. That perspective, that obedience made me feel so comfortable in a group of so many woman around the one woman who has taught me that God’s Word applies to my life now and not just the lives of those before me. Thanks for all of your hard work, preparation and sacrifices.

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    Marnie says:

    It was an AWESOME weekend and glad I went… keep striving for the High “C”…

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    I had a blast at my very first Beth Moore conference. My favorite part was “You have to allow your truth to intersect THE TRUTH and then it becomes a testimony.” That is my story. Just 3 years ago my world fell apart when I found out my husband was in bondage to pornography. We were church planters and in one day we lost almost everything – our ministry, our church family, our home, our purpose. By God’s grace, we found Christian counselors who walked with us on this journey, plus support groups for couples like us. It was in my spouse’s support group that I completed my first Beth Moore study – Breaking Free. A year into our marriage recovery, we were amazed at all the resources and ministries that we were finding for couples struggling with the impact of pornography in their marriage. My husband put together a resource list and then put it online in case ohters were interested. That snowballed into a blog, followed by podcasts offering hope and encouragement. While he does most of the writing for the blog, I frequently respond to wives who email us with questions. I’m so thankful that God’s Truth intersected with my truth. Only he can turn such a mess into something so beautiful. Thank you Beth for the encouragement you offered me back when my pain was so raw through your studies. And thank you for the encouragement you offered this past weekend in Richmond. I’m passing it on!

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    Lori says:

    I bought tickets to this months ago, not knowing that week would be very difficult for many reasons, but God knew! i felt so broken and actually ‘sharp’ and ‘flat’ at the same time…sharp to others but flat within myself. Oh, how I needed to be reminded in the way you all helped me to be, of God’s awesome grace! That Friday night I fould out that my Father-in-law is nearing the very end of his cancer battle, a recently very healthy man who is loved my so many, will go be with His King soon. We are hurting so badly and this is the 1st parent for either of us to lose, probably the most ‘tragic’ thing ever in our lives. But I have been waking up thinking of ‘grace upon grace’ and have seen in it such an amazing way this weekend…I’ve seen the truths of the Word shared at LPL, through Beth, through the music, through the prayers…just come to life. I’ve seen Him in so many ways in this difficult time. I’ve definitely felt His strength perfected in my weakness.We never know who God will use to show us Himself…Beth I just thank you and the worship leaders for being His humble servants and helping so many of us open our hearts and minds so that we may truly see and know Him in all His fullness. God bless all of you and your families!

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    Gigi says:

    Oh…where to begin? I thank God for you, Beth Moore, Siesta Mama, I truly do. I thank Him for calling you to ministry and I praise Him for your obedience! Two years ago, I attended a simulcast at my church, London Bridge Baptist in Virginia Beach (thanks for the shout out – that was way cool!!) when you taught on the Parable of the Sower. That was in August of 2008. I remember so vividly earlier that year reading that parable and praying over it… “Lord, what kind of soil am I?” We all like to think (hope?) that we’re the good soil! But until we’re put to the test, how do we really know? In July of 2008, my husband was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer with metastases to his liver. So when I attended that simulcast and you taught on that parable…well, I was living my test. I remember coming home so full of excitement and just sitting with my husband and telling him all about what I’d heard, all that you’d said…sharing my notes (I’m very verbose…not that you could tell that here!) One day shy of 4 months from the day we got his diagnosis, my precious husband, Steve, went to be with the Lord. What a testimony that man lived…the Holy Spirit was so alive in him!! It is still my prayer that I am good soil.

    As Saturday began, you asked us what we had learned on Friday. One thing you said had resonated with me and I had actually starred it and put it at the top of my notes versus in the body. It was *My new beginning begins with the Word of God.* Since losing my husband, I truly am in a new beginning and lately, “life” has been crowding in and displacing my quiet time in His Word. He spoke to me Friday night. I heard, I took notes (with **!!) I am back in His Word.

    Thank you…for this weekend and Middle C. For two years ago and the Parable of the Sower. You have no idea how I pray for you and how grateful I am for you. God bless.

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    Tracy Leary says:

    This is the last thing I will say about the weekend on here I promise…

    Travis’ solo on Saturday was mind blowing! God was giving him a standing ovation Himself! So thankful for a Godly man using his talents to glorify the King!

    Thanks Travis!!!

    Tracy L.
    Richlands, NC

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    Becky says:

    I was watching this recap closely since a friend of mine from college was in attendance. I didn’t see her, but Beth, the look on your face as you were standing with all of the “pink-shirted” ladies stood out to me most of all.

    I thought…after so many events, after ministering to countless numbers of women over the years, Beth is just as awed by God’s choice to use her as she has always been. Not only that, but the love she has for those thousands of women who were in that building was written all over her face.

    Thank you, Beth, for being obedient to God’s call on your life.

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    Janis C. says:

    Thank you so much for all the teachings through Beth and the music team at Richmond Live. I’m getting back to my new future…better equipped!


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    Laura says:

    Words cannot adequately express what God did in me in Richmond. I feel like a new person with a new beginning. Thank you for being obedient to God’s will.

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    Judy Pauley says:

    Beth, Thank you so much for your ministry. This weekend was such a blessing. Leading that lady to the Lord was so dear. God met a lot of needs this weekend. Thank you again. Love you dear lady.

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    Laurie says:


    I heard you speaking but a few minutes into the session, it wasn’t your voice any more. I only heard God through you. Your voice faded and God’s Word became louder and louder. Hallelujah! Believing is receiving and going back to Middle “c”. Awesome! awesome! awesome!

    Thank you for being God’s “instrument”>

  44. 44

    Beth, and everyone:

    I was not there this weekend of course, however I have to share this to share where I was Saturday.

    I have been reading Anne Graham Lotz ” Just Give Me Jesus”, and its been like reading the theory of relativity, so heavy and amazing. I literally cry everytime I start reading it.

    I was actually sharing it with a siesta over the phone the other night…then the next day, I was mentioning a part of the book to a friend at work who said to me…

    ” You know Anne Graham Lotz is coming to my church Saturday.”

    It was one of those ” Oh by the way,” moments that God does:)

    It was so very awesome. I loved that He let me have the opportunity.

    And I have to add that I don’t know if anyonelse seemed to see this, but everyone I talked to has said they had an amazing Sunday at church, but also that so many people are sick(boo!)!

    I think the darts were being fired at the enemy big time this weekend, with all events for Jesus going on!


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    Erin says:

    Awesome. I was blessed to attend LPL in Lexington a few weeks ago, and so this recap is like a stone set up in remembrance. I could remmeber the presence of the Lord when in Lex, and how in awe I was of Him those very moments. Precious memories. Also, at my church this evening we started, “Here and Now, There and Then.” Wow! I am so excited to go back next week. We had a record number of ladies there tonight. Some of them were from other churches and ladies I’d never met before. Our Bible study is growing. PTL! Thirdly, the song on the video reminds me of Daniel, which was the study we did last semester. Shew! Man! God is so awesome! There is so much to learn, and I am thankful that He has given me a hunger for His word. I am also so thankful that he has given Beth a contagious spirit. That is the only way I know to describe it. He uses you to make it come alive. Thank you for letting Him use you. I think I need to turn on some praise music! I’m on shoutin ground!

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    Meme says:

    The weekend was awesome. Thank you Beth for the message on The Word. My first Beth Moore bible study was John, Beloved Disciple. This message was such a blessing.
    Praise and worship time, I just had to stop singing and listen to 10,000 women lifting their voices to praise our Lord. An unbelievable experience.

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    Kristin says:

    “Faith doesn’t deny our reality. It believes He can change our reality.”

    “If He didn’t come for us in our big messes, what did He come for?”

    “[I am] meant to thrive, abound in every situation.”

    My heart is busting its seams! It nearly hurts from joy or maybe healing. How AMAZING was randomly finding Charlene (?) & Nicole (?)!!!

    My husband and I comissioned each other with our new baby in between us. It was a raw moment for me — God, family, friends, and you spiritual momma all in the same place, all worshipping…

    Shoot, I feel like I’ve met Jesus Christ for the first time, and I’m in women’s ministry. I think I need to cry again. Beth, you must know so many of us really love Him because of you.

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    Malinn Saxe says:

    WOW!!! That was awesome! Wish I had been there!!

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    Nancy L. says:

    I wasn’t there this time, but I surely enjoyed the video and music. What got my attention is all the women with their hands in the air…and I noticed all the wrist bands. Now, I know that they are for attendance, but they reminded me of hospital bands….I’m just saying…..

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    Sue Schwendemann says:

    I can only say WOW to the video recap!!!!!! Wish I was there.
    Siesta Mama are you ever going to come back to Indianapolis, IN??? I ask only because my husband is real ill and I can not go away from him ( heart 20 % usage and diabetic) very far at a time. I am his caregiver, so we stay pretty close to home. Indianapolis is only about two hours from me.
    Thanks for all you do for us. You are so loved. Blessing to all of you Moore’s and LMP staff.

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