Learning to thrive in the new life Jesus offers us – 2 Corinthians 5:16-17

Sarah Beth Baca

The Samaritan Woman of Sychar (John 4)

June 10th, 2016

Eve, Delilah, Bathsheba, Mary Magdalene, and the Samaritan woman have often been portrayed as immoral. What’s with that? This article looks at the Samaritan woman without negative prejudices. Continue reading»

Abigail: A Bible Woman with Beauty and Brains

March 8th, 2013

Abigail was a smart, strong Bible woman who helped her husband by going against his wishes. She is just one of many prophetic women who God used for his purposes. Continue reading»

Rahab and Lydia: Two Faith-filled Bible Women

July 13th, 2012

Rahab in the Old Testament, and Lydia in the New, are separated by 1000s of years and 1000s of miles, yet there are intriguing similarities between the two women. Continue reading»

Deborah and the “no available men” argument

June 28th, 2012

Deborah is described in the Bible as a prophet and leader of Israel. Some say that God only chose her because there were no suitable men available. Is this true? Continue reading»

Junia in Romans 16:7

April 1st, 2010

This article is about Junia – a minister mentioned by Paul in Romans 16:7 – using and critiquing the ESV as a reference. Was Junia a woman? Was s/he really an apostle or just well-known to the apostles? Continue reading»

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