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

The Samaritan woman

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»

Women and Theology: Jesus said to her . . .

March 27th, 2016

Jesus talked about theology with women—a life-giving, vital theology. He answered their theological questions which answered their deepest needs. And he equipped them to talk about theology to others. Continue reading»

The Apostolic Ministry of Gospel Women

January 18th, 2014

John the Evangelist chose his words carefully when describing the ministry of certain apostolic women in his Gospel, women such as Mary Magdalene. [500 words] Continue reading»

Why God is Sometimes Silent

April 30th, 2011

Matthew records the account of a Canaanite woman crying out for help, but Jesus doesn’t say a word (Matt.15:21-28). Why was Jesus silent? And why, like Jesus in this story, does God sometimes seem silent and remote to us? Continue reading»

Jesus and the Samaritan Woman – John 4:1-42

August 1st, 2009

In John’s fourth chapter we meet the Samaritan woman at the well, and read about her life-changing encounter with Jesus. She was very different to Nicodemus. A brief history of the Samaritans is included. Continue reading»

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