Calvary Chapel Old Bridge Women's Ministry


We Would See Jesus, Seeing Jesus Clearly in a Very Dark World


"We Would See Jesus, Seeing Jesus Clearly in a Very Dark World," a weekly devotional by Karen Pulley and Cara Blondo

In this year's worth of devotions, women of all ages will find encouragement & refreshment through passages of Scripture, reflections, and personal stories.

Each weekly devotion invites the reader to consider a topic that will prayerfully guide, comfort, or offer renewed perspective for their coming week. With topics organized by monthly themes, it is our desire that these brief readings will help women, regardless of their season of life, walk more closely with Jesus as they see Him more clearly.

"We Would See Jesus" is taken from John 12:21, when Greek travelers approached Philip wanting to see Jesus. They simply said, "We would see Jesus," because they longed to know more of the Lord!

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Book - Mary, A Fresh Look at the Familiar

"Mary: A Fresh Look at the Familiar" by Karen Pulley

Support the Women’s Ministry with a suggested gift amount of $5 or more and receive a copy of Karen Pulley’s book as our gift to you!

Book Description: Mary, the mother of Jesus, is one whose life, although very familiar to us, continues to inspire and instruct women to this day. Through this book, you are invited to journey with Mary and glean practical insights and relatable lessons into what, and Who, made her the remarkable woman that she was.

Mary was called “highly favored,” yet she simply called herself a “servant of the Lord.” She was poor, yet she was the most privileged among women. As a woman after God’s heart, she sought to obey and please Him. In turn, He prepared her and fulfilled His purpose within her. This did not mean, however, that she lived a pain-free life. In fact, she suffered more pain than any woman could possibly ever suffer, yet in time, rejoiced more than any other.

In this easy-to-read, conversational-style book, you will be taken through Mary’s experiences from the angelic visit to the post-resurrection upper room as 18 lessons unfold from her life. As you consider her life and what these lessons can mean for you, your life, as well, will be changed.