Rachel-Ruth Wright Encourages Women ‘Do Not Fear’

By TJ Petrino   •   November 22, 2020

Women at table holding hands saying blessing
It was an evening of fun and faith for women Saturday at the Billy Graham Library’s Ladies Night Out. Rachel-Ruth Wright, daughter of Anne Graham Lotz and granddaughter of Billy Graham, shared a message.
Two women playing violin and cello
Guests enjoyed a string duet, filling the room with Christmas music.
Rachel-Ruth Wright praying in front of lit Christmas tree
Pulling from the Christmas story in Luke 2:10, Rachel-Ruth pointed out the first thing God told His angel to tell terrified shepherds was, “Do not be afraid” as Jesus' birth was announced. With so much fear in our world today, Rachel-Ruth encouraged ladies that the first thing we need to hear this season is, “Do not be afraid.”
Servers putting food on plates
Sweet and savory hors d'oeuvres were served through a buffet line in adherence with COVID-19 guidelines.
Wideshot of Billy Graham Library
Guests were among the first to see the Library decorated for Christmas. Christmas at the Library starts November 30 and runs through December 23. Reservations are required this year. >>Plan your visit or make a reservation.
Three women in masks; one waving
Having fun getting out of the house for a special evening.
Women shopping in Ruth's Attic bookstore
Ruth’s Attic bookstore was open and many found Christmas presents for friends and family. You can also shop at Ruth’s Attic online.
Women at tables; Rachel-Ruth Wright speaking at podium
For eight years, Ladies Night Out has provided women with a break before the hustle and bustle of the holidays to simply enjoy each other’s company and focus on the Lord.
Two guests, Rachel-Ruth Wright and family in front of Christmas tree
Rachel-Ruth Wright, her family and guests pause to capture a memory of the special night.
Group of women pose by "Ladies Night Out" sign
Attendees were left with a reminder that the hope we have in Jesus Christ is bigger than any fear. >>Do you know the Good News of Jesus Christ? Start here.