Tag: podcasts

Edith Studd Buxton & Mary Warburton Booth

Edith Studd Buxton & Mary Warburton Booth: Today we are joined by a VERY special guest, Debbie Alnutt, who shares with us about not just one, but TWO remarkable missionaries! Debbie highlights a critical period in the lives and ministries o...

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 Elisabet...

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 purs...

Elizabeth Blackwell Part 1

Elizabeth Blackwell (1821-1910): Today as we launch our mini-series on women in medicine, what better place to start than with a two-part series on Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman doctor? Join us today as we begin the story of this det...

Elizabeth Blackwell Part 2

Elizabeth Blackwell (1821-1910): It’s Part Two of the story of Elizabeth Blackwell! We continue with her amazing testimony of perseverance in the face of prejudice as she began her career as a woman doctor. At every turn, God gave her the i...

Elizabeth Fry Part 1

Elizabeth Fry (1780-1845): Elizabeth Fry was such a significant figure in British history that she was featured on the five-pound note, and yet most people today don’t even know who she was...which is why we are doing a two-part series on h...

Elizabeth Fry Part 2

Elizabeth Fry (1780-1845): Today we continue with Part Two of the fascinating story of Quaker social reformer Elizabeth Fry, looking at how the Lord launched her into prison reform in England and abroad, and then extended her influence to e...

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...

Episode 2 - When She Leads Podcast

Enjoy episode 2 of the new When She Leads Podcast! When She Leads is a podcast for women in ministry hosted by Brenda Leavenworth. With over 30 years of ministry experience and a degree in biblical studies, Brenda is uniquely qualified t...

Episode 3- "Leading Through Seasons of Doubt"

Today, on When She Leads, we talk through the complexities and nuances of leading through seasons of doubt. We will be discussing some common “doubts” we all experience and some tools we can share with others to help them come to a better u...

Evan Wickham: Hope for Doubters & Deconstructionists

Why are Millennials and GenZ kids who grew up in the Church leaving in droves? How can we reach people struggling with doubt and deconstruction? Evan Wickham, pastor of Park Hill Church in San Diego, has a lot of perspective to offer on thi...

Florence Nightingale Part 1

Florence Nightingale (1820-1910): The name Florence Nightingale is practically synonymous with nursing...yet how did this privileged, well-to-do English woman become a pioneer in what was at the time considered a disreputable and ignominiou...

Florence Nightingale Part 2

Florence Nightingale (1820-1910): We continue today with Part Two of the story of Florence Nightingale, the “Lady with the Lamp” whose medical work among the British troops in the Crimean War made her famous in England and opened doors for ...

Gladys Aylward Part 2: Women Worth Knowing

Gladys Aylward: Part 2- We open our podcast with the incredible, captivating story of "the small woman," Gladys Aylward, who served as a missionary to China in the early 20th century--such an amazing story that we needed two podcasts to tel...

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 t...

Hannah More Part 2

(1745-1833): Join us for Part Two of the fascinating story of Hannah More, one of the most influential women of her generation, whose love for God and mankind led her to become one of Victorian England’s greatest reformers! Fierce Convict...

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 abolit...

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? H...

How is CGN Cultivating Church Planting?

Calvary Chapel has been recognized as one of the greatest church planting movements of recent times. What are we at CGN doing to make sure we keep this aspect of our heritage alive in this generation, and in those to come? How can we, as a ...

Ida Scudder Part 1

Ida Scudder (1870-1960): Ida Scudder came from a family of medical missionaries in India--but she wanted nothing to do with that life! Ida’s dream was to live in America, get married and live a comfortable life far away from the deprivation...