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by Cheryl Brodersen - 6 days ago

Susannah Spurgeon

Susannah Spurgeon (1832-1903): Charles Spurgeon, the “Prince of Preachers,” was one of the most significant Christian figures of the 19th century. Yet serving alongside this great man was a very special woman, his wife Susannah. Today we will learn not only about their beautiful marriage but about the unique calling and ministry God gave Susannah! ...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 1 week ago

Priscilla Studd: Women Worth Knowing

Priscilla Studd (1864-1929): What is it like to be married to a radical pioneer missionary? And what do you do when that calling creates conflict? These were the questions that faced Priscilla Studd, wife of famed English cricketer-turned-missionary C.T. Studd. Join us as we explore Priscilla’s journey through her daunting challenges and the victorious, radiant testimony that God developed through...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 2 weeks ago

Lettie Cowman: Women Worth Knowing

Lettie Cowman (1870-1960): Many of us are familiar with the popular devotional, Streams in the Desert. But do you know the story of the woman who compiled this beloved Christian classic? Join us today as we discover the remarkable story of Lettie Cowman, author, speaker, and missionary who, along with her husband Charles, was compelled to bring the Gospel to every creature! St...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 3 weeks ago

Betty Stam: Women Worth Knowing

Betty Stam (1906-1934): Tragedy or Triumph? This is the story of Betty Stam, a young American woman who, along with her husband John, served with the China Inland Mission at the start of the Chinese Communist regime. Their testimony of surrender to God’s plans and their pursuit of the kingdom of God to the uttermost is sure to inspire and encourage you to “seek first the kingdom of God” as well!...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 1 month ago

Darlene Diebler Rose: Women Worth Knowing

Darlene Diebler Rose (1917-2004): Join us today as we follow the incredible journey of Darlene Diebler Rose! From serving with her husband as a pioneer missionary in New Guinea, to suffering in a Japanese POW camp during World War II, to being released at the end of the War and returning to missionary service in New Guinea--you won't want to miss this amazing story of the overcoming power of God!...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 1 month ago

Granny Brand: Women Worth Knowing

Granny Brand (1879-1974): In today's podcast, we will be talking about a courageous woman known as "Granny Brand," mother of Dr. Paul Brand. She entered the mission field and married in her thirties. For over sixty years she ministered in the Mountains of Death in India, fording wild rivers, enduring snake bites, dealing with malaria, enduring untold hardships, setting up medical clinics, building...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 1 month ago

Amy Carmichael Part 2: Women Worth Knowing

Amy Carmichael (1867-1951): Today we will be talking about a woman who probably needs no introduction! Amy Carmichael was an Irish woman who ministered to working class factory girls in Belfast before becoming a missionary to India, where she spent the rest of her life establishing an orphanage for children rescued from child prostitution. Her profound, insightful writings have made her one of the...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 1 month ago

Amy Carmichael Part 1: Women Worth Knowing

Amy Carmichael (1867-1951): Today we will be talking about a woman who probably needs no introduction! Amy Carmichael was an Irish woman who ministered to working-class factory girls in Belfast before becoming a missionary to India, where she spent the rest of her life establishing an orphanage for children rescued from child prostitution. Her profound, insightful writings have made her one of the...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 2 months ago

Corrie ten Boom Part 2: Women Worth Knowing

Corrie ten Boom (1892-1983): Join us for a two-part journey through the incredible life and testimony of Corrie ten Boom, one of the most well-known Christians of the 20th century! From a quiet life as a watchmaker's daughter in Holland to assisting with underground operations to rescue Jews during World War II; from suffering in a Nazi concentration camp to becoming a world-renowned speaker on th...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 2 months ago

Corrie ten Boom Part 1: Women Worth Knowing

Corrie ten Boom (1892-1983): Join us for a two-part journey through the incredible life and testimony of Corrie ten Boom, one of the most well-known Christians of the 20th century! From a quiet life as a watchmaker's daughter in Holland to assisting with underground operations to rescue Jews during World War II; from suffering in a Nazi concentration camp to becoming a world-renowned speaker on th...