I’ve learned much from these women that we’ve written about each week, but what I’ve learned from them as a whole happens to be verbatim what my fellow writers have already shared this week. However, it occurred to me that what I’ve learned from the women of the early church, I’ve also learned at the same … Continue reading Iron Sharpens Iron
Each week as we studied a new woman in the first church, I would see a picture of the woman described in Proverbs 31:10-31. It is said that the P31 woman is not a single person but describes the best of several women. These women of Acts used wise words, wore purple linen and sold … Continue reading What Do You Have in Your Hand
Wow! Can you believe our time is up this semester with the leading ladies of the New Testament? What great examples these women were of the early church and to the women of today. From being a generous disciple; a faithful mother; a godly grandmother; a joyful maid; a business women with priorities; a competent … Continue reading I’m Kind of a Big Deal
We’ve spent several months now writing about the women of the New Testament, and I have learned more than I ever though I would about some obscure corners of the book of Acts. The most significant thing I have learned this semester, though, has been about the writing itself, the process, the act, and myself, … Continue reading Desires of the Heart
As women we are all different. We all have our strengths and we all have are weaknesses. No one is going to experience life just as I have. I have something to share with the world and so does everyone else. I guess when it comes down to it that is what I took from … Continue reading Am I Calling Out The Good In People?
God uses the ordinary to do the extraordinary. The women in the book of Acts were regular, real women who could be trusted by God. Lord, could you use me too?