Everyone has influence, which is the basis of leadership. BOW's bi-weekly episodes are purposed to prepare and empower Christian women for leadership and life. They feature our ministry team and women guests who share from their professional ministry experience. Whatever your calling - influencing your neighbors, coworkers, family, friends, leading small groups - this podcast is for you. For additional resources or to watch videos of these podcasts, please visit beyondordinarywomen.org.
Biblical Archaeology 3 — New Testament Discoveries with Angela Everett
Archaeologist Angela Everett describes important archaeological discoveries that support the truth of the historical New Testament. Don't miss the first episode where Angela explains how archaeological discoveries can bolster our faith or the second episode where she discusses some important Old Testament discoveries. All episodes are available on video as well.
Biblical Archaeology 2 — Old Testament Discoveries with Angela Everett
Archaeologist Angela Everett describes important archaeological discoveries that support the truth of the Old Testament in this second episode. If you missed it, go back and hear from Angela as to why biblical archaeology is important in Episode 1 of this series. You can watch this second episode on video if you prefer.
Sexual Abuse & the Church with Mary DeMuth
In this episode Mary DeMuth, author of We Too: How the Church Can Respond Redemptively to the Sexual Abuse Crisis, talks with Kelley Mathews about how to respond well to sexual abuse in the church. Whether you are a church leader or simply a friend, how do you as the church respond appropriately and lovingly to someone who trusts you with her story of being abused? This episode is available on video if you prefer to watch it.
Biblical Archaeology 1 –Why Is It Important? with Angela Everett
Have you ever questioned the historicity of the Bible? Or perhaps someone has dismissed the Bible to you by calling it fabricated. Angela Everett brings archaeology to life and shares its importance to the veracity of its history and thus our own faith. You may prefer watching the video version where you can see the actual artifacts that she discusses.
Diversity of a Different Kind with Oletha Barnett
Oletha Barnett, author of the book Diversity of a Different Kind: A Fresh Approach to Resolving Conflict, talks with BOW Ministry Team member Kelley Mathews, laying out principles built on her wealth of experience doing reconciliation work within her local church. Watch it on video if you prefer. Oletha has shared a helpful document that is free to download, "Seven Points to Improve Relationships."
Tempted to Accommodate– Moses & Leadership Lessons 4 with Jodie Niznik
In this final episode of the series on leadership lessons from the life of Moses, Jodie Niznik discusses a common temptation for leaders. Watch the video if you prefer. If you missed the previous lessons from Moses' life, you can link to them here: 1 - God's Call, 2 - God Knows Best and 3 - Point People to God.