EWTN Online Learning Series
Women Made New!
Face It! Own It! Heal It!
You may be struggling with deep insecurities, battling self-doubt, or drowning from trauma borne of such experiences as abuse or being a child of divorce. This Women Made New! EWTN Online Learning Series is based on Crystalina Evert’s book Women Made New! Reflections on Adversity, Transformation and Healing.
The free eight-part video series — and accompanying digital study guide — will help you on your own journey to healing, wholeness and holiness. Don’t delay! Get started today.
– Revelation 21:5
Experience God’s Mercy and Love
Journey with videos on a wide variety of topics: beauty, dignity, self-worth, people-pleasing, coping mechanisms, facing trauma, seeking help, defeating lies, spiritual battles, and more.
PRAY & SHARE
Spend ample time in prayer, especially with our Lord in Eucharistic Adoration. Also share what you are going through with someone you trust. If you feel called to speak to a counselor, you will find resources to do so.
Get your own copy of the Women Made New! book
Women Made New! Reflections on Adversity, Transformation, and Healing is the basis for this EWTN Online Learning Series. The book is not necessary to participate, but provides additional powerful reflections. Make a donation today of $35 or more, and we will mail you a copy of Women Made New! With your gift, you are helping us to provide more faith-filled programs and resources like this Online Learning Series.
About Crystalina Evert
Crystalina Evert has a weekly show on EWTN Radio and has hosted several television series for teens and women on EWTN. She is the founder of Women Made New and co-founder of the Chastity Project. She is the best-selling author of Pure Womanhood, How to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul, and the curriculum YOU: Life, Love, and the Theology of the Body. Crystalina has spoken internationally to more than one million people about the virtue of chastity, healing, and God’s plan for human sexuality and has made television appearances on MSNBC and the BBC. She and her husband, Jason, have spoken at World Youth Day in Sydney, Madrid, and Poland and have been blessed with eight children.
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