Why the Deborah Project?
Everyday I see the tears of women who have to brace themselves to show up in the world, amidst trauma & pain; I hear the outbursts of teenage girls who feel inadequate; the silent cries of orphans who have to fend for themselves in a society still indifferent to the unique needs of women.
Deborah (Judges 4,5) demonstrated the kind of strength and courage that I know resides in every woman, in every daughter of Eve. The Deborah Project hopes to draw such a woman out of all women who participate so that together we can strengthen and rebuild villages all around the world!
What are the objectives of the Deborah Project?
What is a Cohort?
What age women are allowed to participate in the Project?
Is there a cost to participate?
1 Hour of Video Onboarding/ Orientation
Cohort Mothers and Daughters engage quickly with each other from wherever they live with just a cell phone.
5 Page Quick Start Guide
Worksheets and Readiness Checklists guide the teams through various milestones, so Cohorts never feel isolated or get lost along the way.
Access Anytime, Anywhere
Community and On-Demand Resources are just a click away - available 24/7, anytime, anywhere. The year-long calendar of events keeps the connections alive.
Our 5 Focus Areas
Prayer Advocates serve in one or more of the following Deborah Project (DP) capacities:
- Engage in intercessory prayer for villages, cities, mothers & daughters (resourcess provided)
- Lead a "Wailing-Wall" prayer group on behalf of your city, state, village
Community Advocates may serve in one or more of the following Deborah Project (DP) capacities:
- Become a DP Mother for 1 or more Daughters
- Become a Regional Mother: Contribute to Resource Library for the region where you live or are assigned; Plan events & Meet-ups in your Region
Wellness Advocates champion women to create and sustain a healthy relationship with their spirit, their body, their mind, their soul. Advocates may choose one area to focus on thru key-note speeches; wellness workshops/webinars; women's health awareness (eg. breast cancer, safe pregnancies, etc.) and simple self-care practices. Advocates serve Cohorts worldwide - all nations and languages.
Creative Advocates use their skills, gifts and innate talents to champion and draw out similar skills in women. Creative Advocates serve internationally tutoring in all forms of art including fashion, material, performing, film, spoken word, culinary, beauty, clay and sculpting
Justice Advocates champion social and environmental issues and support women in raising their voices in support of other women who are mistreated, indigent, marginalized or in poverty.
Our Current Justice Initiatives:
- Making June 19th (Juneteenth) a National US Holiday
- Create and Distribute a Race Relations Course/ Curriculum
What are you waiting for?
BECOME A COHORT MOTHER, DAUGHTER OR DONOR TODAY!