If you feel unremarkable, you’re not alone. Be reminded that our extraordinary God delights in using ordinary people to do amazing things in building His kingdom. Hear about the lives of some women who might have thought they were unremarkable, but who were used greatly by God to make a difference in the world around them.
Episodes in this season
Erin Davis and Mark Webb explore the life of an amazing mother from the 1700s, Susanna Wesley. View More →
Dr. Karen Ellis clues us in to a woman who broke all the stereotypes and baffled her critics. Learn about the life of the African slave poet Phillis Wheatley. View More →
Sabina Wurmbrand spent three years in a forced labor camp in Communist Romania. But she experienced an intimacy with Jesus. Learn to see Jesus in your trial. View More →
It may sound strange to hear of a teenage widow, but 100 years ago in India it was not uncommon. We’ll hear what a woman named Pandita Ramabai did to help. View More →