Today's interview feature comes from Felicity Dale of Simplychurch.com, where she writes about house churches and the role of women within the Kingdom of God. May her insights on Deborah and what we, as modern women of God, can learn from her bless you as you read.
Today we feature Jenni Catron, of Jennicatron.com, where she shares her passion for helping others inspire, equip and encourage others through leadership. With that being said, it makes complete sense that her favourite woman of the Bible would be Deborah! Read as Jenni discusses her perspective on Deborah and what we, as modern women, can learn from her:
Today's interview features Jennifer of Inspiredbyjesuslove.tumblr.com which, in her own words, is:
" my inspirational blog promoting positivity, faith and the love Jesus [and is] my little escape from all the negativity and hate..."
Read on and be inspired by Jennifer's take on Esther and Deborah, her favourite women of the Bible and her revelation of how and why they are still so relevant today:
Today's interview feature comes from Deb Wolf of Countingmyblessings.com, where she writes about "faith and life" in general. Read on as she expands upon Ruth, Deborah, Eunice and Esther (her 4 favourite women of the Bible), why she identifies with them and what we, as modern women, can learn from each one.
I am delighted to share the awesome insights of Lesego Barona today, the founder (and one of the contributors to) Rising Tswana. Rising Tswana is an "online movement" based in Botswana which carries out it's mission of "honouring God and inspiring victory through words of testimony" by featuring people's poetry and articles, in addition to other creative outlets such as art. With a huge foundation in 2nd Timothy 1:6, this platform really encourages believers to pursue their God-given passions, dreams and visions, and live them out. With that being said, it makes complete sense that during the course of her interview Lesego gives us great food for thought about Deborah (her favourite woman of the Bible) and the many ways she shows us that we don't have to subscribe to a "cookie cutter" version of womanhood but can be the authentic people God has called us to be: