Herodias: The Woman Who Murdered John the Baptist

We’ve had several months of feel-good stories, of women in desperate situations who were redeemed by the love and mercy of Jesus. Today’s story is not so pretty. We look at Herodias, a vile woman consumed with power and prestige, willing to go down whatever slippery slope it took to get what she wanted. https://radiopublic.com/all-gods-women-WRXXrr/s1!b7faf…

Two Harlot Mothers: The Power of Maternal Instinct

Two Harlot Mothers

As a mother, what would you be willing to do in order to save your child? Would you give away your child to an unfit mother in order to save him from death? How far will your maternal instincts take you? In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at two mothers and their…

The Woman of Tekoa: A Gifted Actress

Do you sometimes wish you had different strengths or talents? Do you dismiss those things you’re good at, thinking they don’t really matter? Do you ever wonder how you could possibly be used to serve the Lord with the skillset you have?  In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at an unnamed woman…

Tamar: An Innocent Victim

Have you ever been hurt by someone close to you? Did you assume you could trust them because they were family or a friend and then discover otherwise? Why does God allow innocent victims to be taken advantage of by people they trusted? In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Tamar, daughter…

Bathsheba: A Woman Caught in a Scandalous Situation

Have you ever done something you were ashamed of? How did you respond afterwards? Did you openly admit your sin or did you try to pretend it never happened? Were others impacted by your actions? In this week’s episode of All God’s Women, we look at Bathsheba, a woman caught in a scandalous situation. Was…

The Medium of En Dor: Unexpected Hospitality

The medium of En Dor: unexcpected hospitality

Have you noticed how kind and caring the world has become? Some of the most ungodly individuals are claiming to be the most compassionate, while Christians are portrayed as judgmental and hateful. What does all this mean?  In today’s episode  we look at one of the most unusual stories in the Bible. We meet the…

Delilah: Charm is Deceptive

Delilah

When you think of bad women of the Bible, who do you think of? Chances are, Delilah is right at the top of the list. And no wonder. She betrayed the man she loved in exchange for a large sum of money. She did nothing when his enemies tortured and abused him.  So what can…

Rahab: A Woman at the Right Place at the Right Time

Rahab

We’ve all heard of Rahab. She’s one of the bad girls of the Old Testament, a harlot, a prostitute in a pagan city. Many Christians find it disturbing that this woman of ill repute is included in Jesus’ genealogy. They argue that surely she was merely an innkeeper. But that’s not what the Bible tells…

Shiphrah and Puah: They Made the Right Choice

How do you respond to authority? Have you ever been asked you to do something that went against what you knew was right? Did you obediently follow? Did you resist? What DID you do? https://radiopublic.com/all-gods-women-WRXXrr/s1!143f6 In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Shiphrah and Puah, two midwives placed in a terrible position…

Leah and Rachel: Contented or Clamorous

How do you react when life takes a turn in an unexpected and unwanted direction? When all your best laid plans are suddenly discarded, and the new normal is nothing like what you’d planned? Do you accept the new life, making the most of what you’ve been given, or do you resist, fighting it with…