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All God’s Women takes you on a Bible study journey focusing on women of the Bible. You'll learn new aspects of familiar women and be introduced to obscure and unnamed Bible women you’ve never heard of. Each has a story to tell and host Sharon Wilharm brings to life these women of the Bible stories and applies them to your modern day life.
 
Behind every single thing you wear, eat, and use, there are countless untold stories. For a Better World is a show about fair trade and the farmer and worker-led movements that are fighting for fair food and farming systems. Each season, we dive into the hidden environmental and social costs behind an everyday item—from chocolate bars to t-shirts. In each episode, we’ll take you around the world to break down the main ingredients and meet some of the farmers, workers, and activists involved ...
 
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The Bible tells us very little about Ruth. All we know about her past is that she was a Moabite woman who married Mahlon, one of Naomi’s sons. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and internationally syndicated radio show where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each…
 
Last week we looked at godly disciples who warned Paul of what was to come if he went to Jerusalem. In today’s episode of All God’s Women we continue in that thread and discover that the disciples were right. Paul was attacked and brought to trial. Two sisters, Bernice and Drusilla took part in his trial. All God's Women is a women's Bible study po…
 
Crispin Hernandez and the Workers' Center of Central New York won historic legal protections for farmworkers in Episode 1. Now they take their demands to Chobani’s doorstep, backed by a detailed report. But instead of negotiating with workers, Chobani chose a different path. They partnered with Fair Trade USA to develop a new “Fair Trade Dairy” sta…
 
There’s an idyllic, pastoral image that runs through dairy marketing. Green hills, red barns, black and white cows: that’s the image that the new “Fair Trade Dairy” label is selling. But that label papers over a long history of exploitation. This episode, we talk to Crispin Hernandez of the Workers’ Center of Central New York. He’s milked cows and …
 
The name Naomi means pleasantness, but Naomi changed her name to Mara because the Lord had dealt bitterly with her. The way Naomi saw it, her best days were behind her and only bitter days lay ahead. She could not have been further from the truth. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and internationally syndicated radio show where we jo…
 
Chobani and Fair Trade USA recently released a new “fair trade dairy” label that claims to promote worker wellbeing. But farm workers reveal the hidden costs of unfair dairy. This season, we’re unpacking the real solutions to the dairy industry’s ever-growing crisis and hearing from the farmers, workers, and advocates working to tackle the root cau…
 
There’s only one verse dedicated to the Daughters of Philip. Because of that, I’ve combined them with the Wives of Tyre who are also mentioned in the 21st chapter of Acts. The stories, though, separate, tie together in a common thread of encouraging Paul and warning him of what was to come. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and inter…
 
In the book of 1 Samuel we meet the wife of Phinahes, daughter-in-law of Eli, and mother of Ichabod. Mrs. Phinahes, like many of the Israelites of her time, superstitiously believed that God’s power was in the ark of the covenant. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and internationally syndicated radio show where we journey through the…
 
Priscilla is mentioned in four different books of the Bible - Acts, Romans, 1 Corinthians, and 2 Timothy. Each time, her name is mentioned it’s in conjunction with her husband Aquila. We often associate Paul as being anti-women, but if we delve more deeply into his writings, we realize from his treatment of Priscilla and other women that nothing co…
 
Hannah prayed for a child, not because she was lonely, or because she wanted to be free of the stigma of being barren, or even because she just longed to be a mother. No, Hannah prayed for a child because she saw the corruption around her, and she wanted to birth a son who would draw Israel back to God. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podc…
 
Whenever we look at Bible women, I try to tell the story from her perspective, putting us in her place. In this week’s episode of All God’s Women, I’m doing something different. We’re looking at the Fortune-telling Damsel from the perspective of Paul. Last week we talked about Lydia, a woman Paul and his traveling companions met when they went to p…
 
No one likes to wait. As soon as we call out to God, we expect Him to respond immediately. But oftentimes, there’s a gap between our calling and His answering. We have no idea how long Rahab had searched for the truth. For a more in-depth look at Rahab, check out Rahab: A Woman at the Right Place at the Right Time episode of All God's Women. All Go…
 
Have you ever been at just the right place at the right time? Maybe you weren’t even supposed to be there, but looking back, you can see how God orchestrated it all in ways you could have never imagined. In today’s episode of All God’s Women, we look at Lydia, a traveling business woman who was right where she needed to be to be saved. The world li…
 
When you think of bad women of the Bible, who do you think of? Chances are, Delilah is right at the top of the list. And no wonder. She betrayed the man she loved in exchange for a large sum of money. She did nothing when his enemies tortured and abused him. For a more in-depth look at Delilah check out the Delilah: Charm is Deceptive episode of Al…
 
We’ve studied Mary the Mother of Jesus, Mary of Bethany, and Mary Magdelene, but there are three other Marys mentioned in the New Testament. Today we look at Mary, Mother of James the apostle, also known as James the Lesser, and another son named Joses, Mary, Mother of John Mark, and Mary was Mary of Rome. All God's Women is a women's Bible study p…
 
We all have dreams and plans for our children. But what happens when they have a mind of their own and go off in ways not of our choosing? Samson’s mother surely had big dreams for her son. And why shouldn’t she? After years of infertility, not only was she blessed with a son, but the Angel of the Lord met her personally to give her parenting advic…
 
Do you pray with expectation? How do you respond when God answers your prayers? What if you witness a miracle and no one believes you? That’s what happened to Rhoda, a servant girl who prayed but no one else believed. We meet Rhoda in Acts 12. The chapter opens by letting us know that King Herod decided to harass some from the church. He started by…
 
If you’re looking for an uplifting read, the book of Judges is probably not for you. It’s a gory book filled with vile behaviors. It covers a time period much like modern days. In the midst of the anarchy of the day, God revealed Himself through an obscure housewife named Deborah. For a more in-depth look at Deborah, check out the Deborah: A Voice …
 
When you think of women’s rights activists, who do you think of? Did you know that the earliest women’s rights activists were five sisters in the Old Testament? For a more in-depth look at the Daughters of Zelophehad, check out the Daughters of Zelophehad: They Fought for Women's Rights episode of All God's Women. All God's Women is a women's Bible…
 
We’ve met many women in the Bible who were wives, mothers, and widows. Their stories usually involve their families. But in today’s episode of All God’s Women Dorcas, also known as Tabitha, stands out because of her friendship and kindness to other women. If your life were summed up in a sentence or two, what would that sentence be? Would it praise…
 
Today we continue in Exodus, moving on to chapter 38 verse 8. We’re told Moses made the tabernacle laver and its base out of bronze from the mirrors provided by the serving women who assembled at the door of the tabernacle of meeting. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and internationally syndicated radio show where we journey through…
 
After spending five months in the gospels, we are finally leaving them behind and moving into Acts. Today we look at Sapphira, the first woman mentioned by name who was part of the early church. Though her name means beautiful, her actions were not so lovely. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and internationally syndicated radio show…
 
Women who were gifted artisans spun yarn with their hands and brought the blue, purple, and scarlet linen to the tabernacle. Women whose hearts stirred with wisdom spun yarn from goats’ hair and offered it to the Lord. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and internationally syndicated radio show where we journey through the Bible one w…
 
Of all the Bible women we've studied thus far, I do believe Mary Magdelene's story may be the most difficult to tell. First, she's extremely misunderstood. Half of what people believe about her isn't even biblical. Then, each gospel writer tells her story in a different way, and it's hard to put them together. But I'm going to do my best to organiz…
 
Miriam was one of only 5 women in the Old Testament to be called a prophetess, and she was the first. It was an honor bestowed by God, but with that position came a greater level of accountability. Because the other women looked to Miriam for wisdom and guidance, it was especially important that she be an acceptable role model. All God's Women is a…
 
Last week we looked at Jewish slave girls who got caught up in the fight against Jesus. Today we look at Herod’s wife, a Roman first lady, who spoke out in support of Jesus. Just one verse recorded by one gospel writer. That’s all the mention of this Roman wife of the governor of Judea. Mrs. Pilate had the peace of recognizing who Jesus was and doi…
 
Moses married a Cushite woman, and Miriam didn’t like it. So she started complaining about him to the other women. She stirred up discontent among the people. She thought if she could drag Moses down, it would lift her up. But as we all know, it doesn’t work that way. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and internationally syndicated r…
 
Every story in the Bible is there for a reason. Every woman included in the Bible serves a purpose. Good or bad, we can learn from them and their interactions with others. Today we look at the servant girls who confronted Peter about his relationship with Jesus. Each gospel writer had to choose which stories to include in their telling of the life …
 
Miriam was blessed to grow up in a godly home and witnessed firsthand the amazing power of God. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and internationally syndicated radio show where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time. If you enjoy learning about women in the Bible, tune in each week to learn about a different Bible woman. B…
 
The midwives had to choose between obeying authority or obeying God, and in order to follow God, it involved a lie, or at least a partial truth. But these midwives were committed to following God, and they determined that ultimately God would rather them lie to the king than murder God’s people. All God's Women is a Bible study podcast and syndicat…
 
Have you heard the term Bulldozer Mom? It refers to mothers who want the best for their child and do whatever they think it takes to get it for them, oftentimes bulldozing a clear path for them if necessary. It’s a modern term, but the concept is not. Today we look at Salome, a mother who got a little carried away in her efforts to help her sons. S…
 
I’m sure that in Jochobed’s plans for her son’s life, she never imagined co-parenting with an Egyptian princess, but God knew that Moses needed more than just one Hebrew mom. He needed the influence of both women in order to fulfill the mighty task God had in store for him. All God's Women is a Bible study podcast and syndicated radio show where we…
 
Last week we looked at the parable woman who lost a coin. Today we continue our study of parable women with the Persistent Widow. We meet the Persistent Widow in Luke 18. Prior to this in Luke 17: 20-37 Jesus was preparing His disciples for the coming of the kingdom. He explained about the suffering that was to take place and how everyone would be …
 
It’s easy to judge Potiphar’s wife as the evil vixen that she was. We’re nothing like her. Or are we? Potiphar’s wife was a woman of prestige, wealth, and influence. By the world’s standards, she should have been happy. Only she wasn’t. All God's Women is a Bible study podcast and syndicated radio show where we journey through the Bible one woman a…
 
Jesus was a storyteller. As the crowds flocked to Him, He taught spiritual truths by sharing simple stories that everyday people would understand. Today we look at one of those stories, the parable of the Woman Who Lost Her Coin. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and internationally syndicated radio show where we journey through the …
 
Dinah is one of those stories we like to skip over. We want feel-good stories where everyone lives happily ever after, but Dinah reveals to us the fallen state of man and the mess that comes when we act impulsively with no regard to what God would have us do. All God's Women is a Bible study podcast and syndicated radio show where we journey throug…
 
The story of the Widow With Two Mites is so inspiring, and a wonderful reminder of the importance of giving sacrificially. What’s interesting about this story is that though Mark and Luke both recorded it, it’s really just a very small side note. Unlike other incidents where Jesus publicly addressed individuals or personally confronted them, in thi…
 
Every girl longs for a fairy tale romance where her Prince Charming falls desperately in love with her and whisks her off her feet, vowing to love and care for her for the rest of her lives. Leah, too, must have had such dreams. Instead, she found herself married to a man who only wanted to be married to her sister. Talk about an awkward and lonely…
 
In today’s episode of All God’s Women we meet a Daughter of Abraham, a woman who came faithfully to the synagogue, despite her ailment, and received unexpected healing as a result. For eighteen years this woman had stared at the ground, unable to stand face to face with those around her. For eighteen years she’d not been able to look into someone’s…
 
When Jacob met Rachel, she was a lovely young shepherdess taking care of her father’s sheep. Jacob was immediately smitten with her. As he got to know Rachel better, his love grew. It didn’t take long for him to ask for her hand in marriage, offering to serve Laban, Rachel’s father, for 7 years in exchange for Rachel as his wife. We’re told that th…
 
Last week we looked at Martha and how she showed her love for Jesus by serving Him. This week we look at her sister Mary. We have three scenes with Mary, and each has her positioned at the feet of Jesus. All God's Women is a women's Bible study podcast and internationally syndicated radio show where we journey through the Bible one woman at a time.…
 
In Genesis 25:26 we’re told that “Isaac loved Esau because he ate of his game, but Rebekah loved Jacob.” When Isaac knew his days were numbered, he called Esau to prepare for his blessing. Rebekah overheard and panicked. She couldn’t let that happen. She gave Jacob instruction and assisted him in deceiving his father. And they succeeded. Before Esa…
 
Mary and Martha are two of the more famous sisters in the Bible. They’re usually lumped together as a compare and contrast with Mary being regarded as the better sister. But the women deserve to be studied individually. I’d intended to start with Mary, but after further consideration, I realized we can best understand Mary if we start by appreciati…
 
After Sarah died, Abraham decided it was time for Isaac to marry. Only he didn’t want Isaac to marry a Canaanite woman neither did he want him to return to their homeland. He insisted that a woman from their kindred be brought to Canaan to be Isaac’s wife. So Abraham sent his trusted servant on a mission to find a suitable wife for his son. All God…
 
In this week’s episode of All God’s Women we look at the Blind Man’s Mother, a woman who chose fear for herself over faith for her son. Out of all the Bible women we’ve looked at, this mother might be the saddest story. When the Pharisees called for her testimony, she had the opportunity to do the right thing by him and stand by him with her suppor…
 
Hagar was Sarah’s Egyptian slave. She got caught in the crossfire when Sarah presented her as a substitute wife in order to bear a child with Abraham. Once she found out she was pregnant, Hagar gloated a bit, and Sarah reacted by treating Hagar so harshly that Hagar fled for her life. It was in the wilderness when God revealed Himself to Hagar All …
 
In today’s story of The Adulteress Woman, we meet a woman caught in the act of sin who waited when she could have escaped. We meet the Adulteress in John chapter 8, but in order for us to fully appreciate her story, we need to understand the time period in which it takes place. Tension was building up. Jesus was at the Feast of Tabernacles saying t…
 
Sarah had personally witnessed the hand of God at work in her life. She should have known that she could trust Him. But as her hair greyed and her body slowed down, Sarah let her fears get the best of her. In her fear and lack of faith, Sarah stepped out on her own, devising a plot that was to have eternal consequences. All God's Women is a Bible s…
 
In today’s story of the Canaanite Woman, we meet a mother willing to take on Jesus in order to get the needed healing for her daughter. What an audacious amount of courage it must have taken this woman to reach out to Jesus. There was literally no reason for her to believe He would honor her request. She was a Gentile, a Canaanite, and a woman. All…
 
After decades of construction, the ark was complete. Then came the animals, two by two, making their way to safety. Mrs. Noah now had new fears. Were they seriously going to have to hunker down with all those beasts? Mrs. Noah did not allow her fears to consume her. She kept her head and remained calm during their time of encampment. Despite losing…
 
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