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From Mary to Lydia: Letting New Testament…
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From Mary to Lydia: Letting New Testament Women Speak to Us

by Nell W. Mohney

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"Mohney presents eight New Testament women and the lessons they have for us today. From familiar women such as Mary, the mother of Jesus, and Mary Magdalene to lesser known women such as Lydia and Dorcas, Mohney explores the unique circumstances of each woman and the practical and spiritual insights we can glean from her story. Each chapter begins with a refreshing retelling of the biblical woman’s story, followed by suggested lessons or insights we can apply in our own lives. A scripture text is also provided so that we may read the biblical account for ourselves. The author’s conversational style and numerous anecdotes make for enjoyable reading and discussion. Study questions for individual or group use are provided at the end of each chapter. The 8 women are: 1. Mary, the Mother of Jesus: 2. Peter’s Wife: She Inspired Her Husband 3. Mary and Martha 4. Mary Magdalene 5. Mary, The Mother of Mark 6. The Woman with the Issue of Blood (from Luke 8:43-47) 7. Priscilla 8. Lydia" (cokesbury)
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