Home is Where You Are

via Daily Prompt: Loyal Finding real love seemed to be a talent that I did not have. I looked around and saw other women with wonderful husbands, and I wondered what they were doing differently from me.  Why did all of my relationships cause me so much emotional and/or physical pain? I finally one day... Continue Reading →

An Angel Who Prayed for Us

When I read the book of Job, I am astonished to know that at one time I thought just as his friends did, meaning that when bad things happen, it must mean someone has sinned. It did not help that I was ashamed of how I was living. So, when my 10-month-old son was diagnosed... Continue Reading →

Speaking for My Father

So, in addition to Huldah, women have been prophets speaking for my Father throughout time, including Miriam, Deborah, and Isaiah's wife in the Old Testament, and Anna and the four daughters of Philip in the New Testament. In Nehemiah 6:14, Noadiah is mentioned as a prophetess who was among the people trying to intimidate Nehemiah! But we seldom hear their stories preached, meaning that girls and women who feel called to the ministry often do not know that they are part of a grand tradition of daughters called to speak for our Father. God the Father has allowed His daughters to be about His business, and it is imperative for all people today to be aware of this fact. Like Huldah the prophetess, I am His daughter, and I take great pleasure in teaching His words.

Helpers, Not Footstools

Read Genesis 2:21-23, Ephesians 5:21-33, Zechariah 2:8 Never tell a little girl that she is ugly, or that she will never find a man who will want her. For me, hearing those words from a beloved aunt meant that, as a woman, I had no value or worth in my own being, but only became... Continue Reading →

Women After God’s Own Heart

Judges 4:8-9 Barak told her, "I will go, but only if you go with me." "Very well," she replied, "I will go with you. But you will receive no honor in this venture, for the Lord's victory over Sisera will be at the hands of a woman." The title for this study comes from Acts... Continue Reading →

In Whom Do You Trust?

In Whom Do You Trust? Rev. Regina Davis-Sowers, PhD 2 Chronicles 32 It is a question that we must all face at some point in our lives, for troubles will come. There is no one rich enough, powerful enough, young enough, or slick enough to avoid the trials and troubles of this life. Times of... Continue Reading →

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