Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Lost Women of the Bible

Starting this Friday, June 19, Moody Radio's Midday Connection is re-airing a 10-week series, where host Anita Lustrea, Nancy Kane (Associate Professor of Educational Ministries at Moody Bible Institute), and I go chapter by chapter through Lost Women of the Bible.

You can locate your local station and time here.

If you haven't yet read the book yet, it's time you did! This way you can read along with the disussion.

I should mention, this isn't the same old "stories of women in the Bible" that we've heard all our lives. Readers tell me it's like meeting these well-known women for the very first time. There's a lot more to their stories than we realize. And when we dig deeper, we discover their stories have a surprising 21st Century relevance and a message for women that will preach in any era, circumstance, or culture.

This is also where you'll learn about the ezer and the Blessed Alliance and why both concepts are so important to all of us—men as well as women.


aprilwilletts said...

Carolyn, a couple of women and myself have been reading lost women, a chapter a week, and discussing it. we are really enjoying it so much. We are not near an affiliate station to hear the broadcast, will you podcast as well? Thank you for giving us a Godly voice,

April Willetts

Carolyn said...

I, too, do not receive the Moody program and would love to listen on line. Is that possible? "Lost Women" is one of my very favorite books.

Carolyn said...

Stay tuned . . . I'm working on it.