For we live by faith, not by sight.—2 Corinthians 5:7
A few years ago, I began to study the particular role of women in Scripture. Because I was healing from a long season of loss-upon-loss, I began in the Gospels, looking deeply at how Jesus ministered to women. When I turned my attention to the Old Testament, I saw that women were not incidental. Rather, they were co-workers and co-worshipers. Co-recipients and co-couriers of God’s grace. Join me as we shine the spotlight on women from the first five books of the Old Testament. My prayer is that through this study, we will:
Your devotional writer,
Kelli Worrall is a Professor of Communications and the Chair of the Division of Music and Media Arts at Moody Bible Institute. She is the author of several books, including Pierced and Embraced, a reflection on how Jesus interacted with women in the New Testament. Kelli and her husband, Peter, often speak at marriage, college, and young adult retreats. They are parents of two children through adoption and enjoy decorating their Craftsman house.