Peter’s Mother-in-law: A Woman With a Serving Spirit

Peter's Mother-in-Law

Some women live for drama. They demand attention wherever they go. Other women work quietly in the background putting others’ needs before their own. Today we look at Peter’s mother-in-law, a beloved woman who spent her life serving others. https://radiopublic.com/all-gods-women-WRXXrr/s1!f8957 Listen and Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Spotify, Podcast Addict, Castbox, Podchaser, Player FM It’s a simple story. Jesus and his disciples…

Woman at the Well: Early Convert and Female Evangelist

Woman at the Well: Early Convert and Female Evangelist

Do you ever feel like you’ve messed up your life, like you’re too far gone for any hope of redemption? Have others confirmed that about you in the way they treat you? What if I told you it was never too late, and no matter what you’ve done, God loves you and wants to give…

Dreams Rekindled: Book Review

Dreams Rekindled book review

When selecting historic fiction books, I lean towards turn of the century, especially those that take place in the southern states. I don't read many western stories, unless there's a specific draw for me. Dreams Rekindled by Amanda Cabot had that draw when I saw it involved a newspaper and the impact journalists have on…

Mary: Mother of Jesus

Mary, Mother of Jesus

Do you ever compare yourself to other moms? Do you assume that everyone else has it together and knows what they’re doing while you’re stumbling around in the dark? If so, you can find great comfort in today’s episode as we look at Mary as the mother of Jesus. https://radiopublic.com/all-gods-women-WRXXrr/s1!aed22 Listen and Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Spotify, Podcast…

Undercover Agents: Women’s History Unsung Heroes

We don’t tend to think of Bible women playing a role in wars, and yet, the Old Testament includes plenty of examples of female spies, allies, and even warriors. We conclude our celebration of Women’s History Month with our final group of Unsung Heroes from the Bible. Today we take a look at Undercover Agents,…

Bible Servants: Women’s History Unsung Heroes

Bible Servants: Women's History Unsung Heroes

As we continue with our celebration of Women’s History Month, we look at another group of Unsung Heroes from the Bible. Today we turn our attention to servants, those hard working women who worked quietly in the background taking care of others. https://radiopublic.com/all-gods-women-WRXXrr/s1!806fb Listen and Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Spotify, Podcast Addict, Castbox, Podchaser, Player FM Their Stories We’ve already featured…

Bible Midwives: Women’s History Unsung Heroes

Bible Midwives: Women's History Month Unsung Heroes

Did you know that March is Women’s History Month? This month we’re also counting down to the All God’s Women one-year anniversary. To celebrate both events, we’re winding down our days in the Old Testament by featuring three different groups of Unsung Heroes among the Old Testament women. We begin this week with the midwives.…

NIV Verse Mapping Bible – Review

Verse Mapping Bible Review by Sharon Wilharm

I remember when a Bible was just a Bible, and all you had to choose from when selecting a new Bible was which version and binding you wanted. Nowadays, the possibilities are limitless. Bibles are themed, each targeting a different demographic and approaching the Word of God from a different perspective. The NIV Verse Verse…

The Moonlight School – Book Review

The Moonlight School Review by Sharon Wilharm

I'm obsessed with the turn of the century time period. I live in a late 1800's house, I love Victorian furniture, and my favorite books take place in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Set the story in the south, especially Tennessee or Kentucky, and I'm in. The Moonlight School by Suzanne Woods Fisher meets…