A Quick Pop Quiz

A Quick Pop Quiz

Elyse Fitzpatrick Elyse Fitzpatrick
Saturday February 8, 2020

women

I wonder why the stories of Eve, Rebecca, Hagar, Elizabeth, Mary, and the Samaritan Woman (named Photine in the Eastern Orthodox tradition), and Lydia, aren’t common knowledge to so many of us.

Elyse Fitzpatrick & Eric Schumacher | The Worth of Women

Elyse Fitzpatrick & Eric Schumacher | The Worth of Women

Key Life Key Life
Monday February 3, 2020

women

To talk about the value of women, one of our favorite women, Elyse Fitzpatrick, hung out with Steve and the gang this week. Joining them, pastor / songwriter / author / new friend of the show, Eric Schumacher. Together, Elyse and Eric have written a new book called ‘Worthy: Celebrating The Value of Women.’

Good News for Weary Women

Good News for Weary Women

Elyse Fitzpatrick Elyse Fitzpatrick
Thursday February 7, 2019

christian life family marriage women

The landscape that evangelical women live in is a howling wilderness littered with the blood, sweat, and tears of thousands of hardworking, weary women . . . and also with the carcasses of the faith some of them have shed as they’ve given up in despair and exhaustion.

Finding God in the Margins - Carolyn Custis James

Finding God in the Margins - Carolyn Custis James

Key Life Key Life
Monday April 9, 2018

pain & suffering women

Refugees, undocumented immigrants, women’s rights, male power and privilege…those words probably have you thinking of recent headlines instead of the ancient book of Ruth in the Bible. But, like that old spaghetti sauce commercial says, “It’s in there!” Join Carolyn Custis James on SBE for a discussion of her new book, ‘Finding God in the Margins.’

Hard Beginning, Happy Ending - Marabel Morgan

Hard Beginning, Happy Ending - Marabel Morgan

Key Life Key Life
Monday December 18, 2017

christian life family pain & suffering women

Post tenebras lux is a Latin phrase that means, “After darkness, light.” That sounds nice and hopeful, unless the sun has long since set and you’ve been slogging through thick night for God knows how long, then it’s just an annoying platitude in a dead language. Still, after hearing Marabel Morgan’s story, you might just believe it’s true.