Talks to women need to conclude with a touching story about someone who has lived out the application point. Don't ask me why. It's just the genre.
I'm writing a talk about Mary and Martha (Luke 10) for a women's craft day next weekend. I've basically finished it but I'm all out of touching stories. I got nothing. The cupboards are bare.
Maybe you have one to spare?
Here's what I'm after: a story about a woman who is a modern day Mary - someone who puts listening to Jesus as her number one priority. Even better if she has to defy social norms to do it.