God Has His Eyes on Women, So We Should Keep Our Eyes on Him

As I round out this month’s God Cares About His Women Series on Good Friday, it is only fitting that we rest at the feet of the cross. Women met Christ at the cross. Matthew’s account of the gospel records that “many women were there, watching from a distance. They had followed Jesus from Galilee to care for his needs (Matt. 27:55).”

From the beginning of time and what we refer to as the Christian faith, God had his eyes on women and women had their eyes on him. It has been my honor to share the stories of women of Christian faith throughout the Church’s history, and those who are sharing in their legacy today. I lock arms with them to stand against the schemes of the evil one and proclaim the good news that Jesus saves!

I pray their stories will encourage you to love deeply, live justly, and walk humbly with God. I pray that you will be compelled by Christ’s love and engaged by the truths of God’s Word. I pray that you will be empowered by his Holy Spirit to do His good work. In Jesus Name. Amen.

Jenny Rae Armstrong: The Voice and Ministry of Women

Mae Cannon features Andrea (Andy) Smith: Women Who Inspire

Dr. Pamela Rossi-Keen: Feminism & Christ True Liberation: A Word with a Doctor

Dr. Halee Gray Scott: Are Women God’s Invisible Army?

Amy Simpson: Stop all the Fighting; Leadership is About Gifts & Giving

Margot Starbuck: Be a Woman Who Truly Loves: A Strong About Sister Mary Corita

Kimberly McOwen Yim: This Abolitionist Mama says, “We Should Get Mad About Sex Trafficking!”

Special Features:

Redbud Writer’s Guild: Women: Raise Your Voice and Connect

‘Scandal’ and Women’s Empowerment

Natasha’s Study Book of the Month: “Gifted to Lead” by Nancy Beach

Introduction: The Art of Leading as a Woman in the Church

God’s Women in the Boys Club

“Gifted to Lead” Methods and Myths of Leadership


Published by Natasha Sistrunk Robinson

Servant of Jesus. Truth-teller. Leader. Mentor. Author of Books.

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