Tag: women

Celebrating the Women of Scripture: Phoebe

For our last blog celebrating the influential but lesser-known women of scripture, we are going to take a look at Phoebe. Like Junia, Paul also acknowledges Phoebe in Romans 16. He writes: I commend to you our sister Phoebe, a deacon of the church in Cenchreae. I ask you to receive her in the Lord in a way […]

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Celebrating the Women of Scripture: Huldah

We are continuing our celebration of Women’s History Month by looking at influential women in scripture. You can read more about Junia here and Priscilla here. In the Old Testament, there was a king named Josiah. He was a good king, who wanted to do what was right in God’s eyes. While working in the temple, […]

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Celebrating the Women of Scripture: Junia

Happy Women’s History month! Scripture is full of examples of amazing, influential women leaders who loved and followed God. I wanted to highlight a few women in scripture that don’t get quite the same attention as Mary, Esther, or Ruth. First up, we’ll take a look at Junia. We meet Junia in Romans 16:7, in […]

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Soul Care Recap || guest blog by Connie Milchling

From my view it was amazing!  On Saturday, November 16, 620 women assembled in the Main Auditorium to carefully and prayerfully consider being “fearfully and wonderfully made”.  The morning was a picturesque display of Kingdom partnership as administrative, ambience, caterers, coffee-brewers, facilities, safety, presenters, speakers, teachers, tech-team, worship team members, and many ministry partners collectively […]

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