Sharon Wilharm Bible Storyteller

Courageous Women in the Bible

Courage never comes easy, but if we put our trust in God, He will give us the courage. Each of these courageous women in the Bible faced challenging situations but found in God the courage to do what needed to be done. May we use their examples as reminders that through God, we can do mighty works.

Priscilla's love story

Love Lessons from the Bible: Priscilla

From the beginning, God designed marriage to be two individuals joining together as one. Man and wife should be stronger and better as a team than as two individuals alone. In today’s episode of All God’s Women we continue our Love Lessons series with the marriage of Priscilla and Aquila who so beautifully illustrate the … Continue reading Love Lessons from the Bible: Priscilla

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. Her Story Priscilla is mentioned in four different books of the Bible – Acts, Romans, 1 Corinthians, and 2 Timothy. Each time, her name is … Continue reading Priscilla: A Tent Making Evangelist

Fortune-telling Damsel: A Soul in Need of a Savior

Whenever we look at Bible women, I try to tell the story from her perspective, putting us in her place. In this week’s episode of All God’s Women, I’m doing something different. We’re looking at the Fortune-telling Damsel from the perspective of Paul. Her Story Last week we talked about Lydia, a woman Paul and … Continue reading Fortune-telling Damsel: A Soul in Need of a Savior

Blind Man’s Mother: A Woman Blinded by Fear

Over the past few weeks we’ve had several stories of parents who were willing to do whatever it took to find healing for their child. Today we find a different kind of parent. In this week’s episode of All God’s Women we look at the Blind Man’s Mother, a woman who chose fear for herself … Continue reading Blind Man’s Mother: A Woman Blinded by Fear

Joanna and Susanna

Joanna and Susanna: Evangelistic Benefactors

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. Their Story I’ve heard … Continue reading Joanna and Susanna: Evangelistic Benefactors

The Anointing Woman: Her Sins Were Forgiven

The Anointing Woman: Her Sins Were Forgiven

Have you ever received a gift you didn’t feel you deserved? How did you handle it? In today’s story of the Anointing Woman, we see a woman so grateful for God’s mercy that she was willing to humble herself and show her appreciation by cleansing and kissing the feet of her Savior. Her Story Today’s … Continue reading The Anointing Woman: Her Sins Were Forgiven

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, … Continue reading Undercover Agents: Women’s History Unsung Heroes

Bible Midwives: Women's History Month Unsung Heroes

Bible Midwives: Women’s History 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. … Continue reading Bible Midwives: Women’s History Unsung Heroes

Jehosheba: A Woman of Courage and Character

In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Jehosheba, a woman who saw senseless murders happening right before her eyes, and found a way to save the life of an innocent baby. We meet Jehosheba in 2 Kings chapter 11. Her story intersects with Athaliah and Zibiah. So let’s first get clear on … Continue reading Jehosheba: A Woman of Courage and Character

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 … Continue reading The Woman of Tekoa: A Gifted Actress

Mephibosheth's nurse

Mephibosheth’s Nurse: A Heroic Woman Who Fell Down on the Job

Have you ever made a mistake that caused harm to someone else? Did you have good intentions but fell short of what you were trying to do? What happens when despite our best efforts, we still fail? In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Mephibosheth’s nurse, a woman who acted heroically but … Continue reading Mephibosheth’s Nurse: A Heroic Woman Who Fell Down on the Job

Rahab

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

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 … Continue reading Rahab: A Woman at the Right Place at the Right Time

Daughters of Zelophehad women's rights

Zelophehad’s Daughters: They Fought For Women’s Rights

When you think of women’s rights activists, who do you think of? Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Gloria Steinem? Do you picture women picketing, holding signs, staging protests?  What about Bible women? Can you imagine women in biblical times taking a stand for women’s rights? What about Old Testament women, early women, back in … Continue reading Zelophehad’s Daughters: They Fought For Women’s Rights

Moses’ Two Moms: A Mother’s Day Tribute to Moms and Stepmoms

Don’t you just love the amazing way that God works things out in His perfect timing? When I started this podcast, my goal was to work my way through the Bible, one (or two) women at a time. I didn’t pay any attention to the calendar until this past week. As I started to write … Continue reading Moses’ Two Moms: A Mother’s Day Tribute to Moms and Stepmoms

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