Job’s Wife – A Bitter Woman

Job's wife podcast episode of All God's Women

In today’s episode of All God’s Women, we look at Job’s wife, a woman like Zeresh, who gave bad advice to her husband, but we have no evidence that she ever turned from her foolish thinking.

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.!fe668 Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Spotify, Podcast Addict, Castbox, Podchaser, Player FM We meet Jehosheba in 2 Kings chapter…

Ichabod’s Mom: The Glory Departed

Ichabod's Mom: The glory departed

What are you putting your faith in? Is it your family? Your friends? Your church? What happens with they let you down? Is your faith strong enough to see you through the loss of everything you hold dear? In today’s episode we look at a nameless woman married to a corrupt man of God, and…

Hannah: A Model Pray-er

Hannah: a model prayer

When you pray, how do you pray? What do you pray for? Do you ever wonder if you’re doing it right? Do you wonder if there’s a better way to pray? In today’s episode of All God’s Women we look at Hannah, a devout woman who truly understood the power of prayer and the way…

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…

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

Daughters of Zelophehad 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…