Contributed on Jan 29, 2014
The Samaritan woman at the well was an unlikely candidate to become one of Jesus' first evangelists, yet that's exactly what she was. Jesus extended grace to the Samaritan woman, which changed her. How could she help but share the good news!
Contributed on Feb 7, 2014
The woman with the hemorrhage teaches us about the power of faith if we will not only believe, but also act on that belief.
Contributed on Feb 14, 2014
Jesus has many interactions with the sisters, Mary and Martha, throughout his ministry. What we learn in looking at each of these encounters is that together, the sisters model complete discipleship, learning and living fully with Jesus.
Contributed on Feb 21, 2014
Rejection is something we all deal with, but when it comes to our dealings with the God of all grace, we need to know that with faith, there is nothing that can keep us from receiving God's touch of mercy.
Contributed on Feb 27, 2014
Many point to Paul's writings as defense for excluding women from church leadership. However, when we look at Paul's story, what we see is that he was a collaborative leader who relied heavily on the work of women for the sake of the Gospel of Christ!