Priscilla: A Tent Making Evangelist

Priscilla has always been one of my favorite women in the Bible. She’s a devoted wife, a hard-working hostess, and a bold evangelist. She’s a role model worthy of following. https://radiopublic.com/all-gods-women-WRXXrr/s1!f0f45 Her Story Priscilla is mentioned in four different books of the Bible - Acts, Romans, 1 Corinthians, and 2 Timothy. Each time, her name…

Lydia: God is in the Details

Have you ever been at just the right place at the right time? Maybe you weren’t even supposed to be there, but looking back, you can see how God orchestrated it all in ways you could have never imagined. In today’s episode of All God’s Women, we look at Lydia, a traveling business woman who…

The Other Marys: Serving in the Shadows

We’ve studied Mary the Mother of Jesus, Mary of Bethany, and Mary Magdelene, but there are three other Marys mentioned in the New Testament. Today we look at them. https://radiopublic.com/all-gods-women-WRXXrr/s1!671cf Their Story Two of the other Marys are mothers known by their sons. The first Mary was mother of James the apostle, also known as…

Rhoda: Praying With Expectation

Do you pray with expectation? How do you respond when God answers your prayers? What if you witness a miracle and no one believes you? That’s what happened to Rhoda, a servant girl who prayed but no one else believed. https://radiopublic.com/all-gods-women-WRXXrr/s1!489ef Backstory We meet Rhoda in Acts 12. The chapter opens by letting us know…

Mary Magdelene: First Witness to the Resurrected Christ

Of all the women we've studied thus far, I do believe Mary Magdelene's story may be the most difficult to tell. First, she's extremely misunderstood. Half of what people believe about her isn't even biblical. Then, each gospel writer tells her story in a different way, and it's hard to put them together. But I…

Salome: A Misguided Mother

Have you heard the term Bulldozer Mom? It refers to mothers who want the best for their child and do whatever they think it takes to get it for them, oftentimes bulldozing a clear path for them if necessary. It’s a modern term, but the concept is not. Today we look at Salome, a mother…

Martha: A Friend of Jesus

Mary and Martha are two of the more famous sisters in the Bible. They’re usually lumped together as a compare and contrast with Mary being regarded as the better sister. But the two deserve to be studied individually. I’d intended to start with Mary, but after further consideration, I realized we can best understand Mary…

Joanna and Susanna: Evangelistic Benefactors

Joanna and Susanna

I don’t know about you, but I get really excited when I delve into some of these Bible women and discover how truly amazing their stories are. Today is one of those stories. We look at Joanna and Susanna, two of the women who provided financially for Jesus and His disciples. https://radiopublic.com/all-gods-women-WRXXrr/s1!282e4 Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Spotify, Podcast…

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.…