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by Cheryl Brodersen - 5 days ago

Elisabeth Elliot Part 2

Elisabeth Elliot (1926-2015): There was no way we could cover Elisabeth Elliot in one episode, so we are back for more! Join us and our friend Kathy Gilbert as we continue our conversation about the exceptional, exemplary Elisabeth Elliot! ...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 1 week ago

Elisabeth Elliot Part 1

Elisabeth Elliot (1926-2015): A woman who probably needs no introduction! Elisabeth Elliot was one of the most influential and beloved Christian women of the 20th century. Join us and our special guest, Kathy Gilbert, as we discuss Elisabeth’s marriage to radical missionary martyr, Jim Elliot; her own ministry among the people who killed her husband; her rise to prominence as a Christian author an...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 2 weeks ago

Emma Revell Moody

Emma Revell Moody (1843-1903): Evangelist D.L. Moody was one of the most well-known and effective Christian leaders of the 19th century. But serving the Lord by his side was his incredible wife, Emma, a true partner in the ministry with her own zest for life and boldness for the gospel and the Kingdom of God. Trust us, you will get a kick out of this intelligent, remarkable woman! ...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 3 weeks ago

Eliza Davis George

Eliza Davis George (1879-1979): Eliza Davis George may be one of the most remarkable women you haven’t heard of! As the daughter of former slaves, Eliza persevered through innumerable challenges to attend college, become a teacher, and pursue her calling as one of the first-ever female African American missionaries in history. Join us today for Eliza’s inspirational story of resilience and perseve...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 1 month ago

Harriet Tubman: Women Worth Knowing

Harriet Tubman (1820?-1913): Known as the “Moses” of her people, Harriet Tubman was the most famous and most influential “conductor” on the Underground Railroad in the years leading up to the Civil War. What was the secret of her success? How was she able to free hundreds of slaves without ever being caught? Join us today for the powerful testimony of a woman whose willingness to listen to and qui...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 1 month ago

Amanda Berry Smith

Amanda Berry Smith (1837-1915): In today’s podcast we will be telling the fascinating story of Amanda Berry Smith, a woman born into slavery in Maryland who became an evangelist, international preacher, missionary to Liberia and founder of an orphanage for African American children. You definitely will not want to miss her powerful story! The Story of the Lord’s Dealings ...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 1 month ago

Harriet Beecher Stowe: Women Worth Knowing

Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896): When Abraham Lincoln met Harriet Beecher Stowe, he exclaimed, “So this is the little lady who made this big war!” While her novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, certainly played a critical role in bringing the abolition of slavery to the forefront of the American conscience before and during the Civil War, what the history books don’t always discuss is the fact tha...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 1 month ago

Sojourner Truth: Women Worth Knowing

Sojourner Truth (1797?-1883): Join us today for the incredible story of one of America’s most well-known 19th century abolitionist figures, a former slave named Sojourner Truth. She truly passed "through many dangers, toils and snares" on her way to experiencing the transformative and amazing grace of God in her mid-40s, and she spent the rest of her life proclaiming it throughout the nation! ...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 2 months ago

Joanne Shetler: Women Worth Knowing

Joanne Shetler (1936-Present): Join us today as we explore the incredible ministry of Wycliffe Bible translator Joanne Shetler, who witnessed a powerful work of God’s Spirit among the unreached Balangao people of the Philippines. As Jo spent twenty years translating the Word of God into Balangao, she watched Him bring radical deliverance from demonic oppression, perform miraculous healings, and ef...

by Cheryl Brodersen - 2 months ago

Christina Moir Forsyth: Women Worth Knowing

Christina Moir Forsyth (1844-1919): Erroneously called "The Loneliest Woman in Africa," Scottish missionary Christina Forsyth never felt alone with the Lord by her side as she served faithfully among the Mfengu people of South Africa for 30 years. In spite of discouragement and oppression, Christina experienced the fruitfulness of faithful and consistent discipleship among the people she so dearly...