- Sunday school classes
- Small group studies
- Individual Bible study
In these pages you’ll:
- Understand how Jesus and the gospel transformed conventional gender roles
- Learn how the earliest proclaimers and many leaders of the gospel were women
- Appreciate the model of faith many women in the New Testament set for the church
About the Book
As a general rule, women had fewer rights, social status, and power than men in the ancient world in which the Bible was written. But Jesus regularly defied these social conventions, fulfilling his mission and purposes through faithful women and giving them dignity and purpose.
In this OneBook Daily-Weekly study, Suzanne Nicholson highlights the qualities of several women in the New Testament that Jesus asks all believers to possess: faithfulness, persistence, and a boldness to follow him even at great personal cost to ourselves. These stories help us to better understand not only our own calling, but the very nature of the gospel itself.
About the Author
Suzanne Nicholson (PhD) is professor of New Testament at Asbury University. She is an ordained deacon in the United Methodist Church. She received a PhD in New Testament studies from the University of Durham, an MDiv from Asbury Theological Seminary, and a BA in journalism from the University of Minnesota. Her husband, Lee, is a youth pastor and together they have two children.
- Length: 8 weeks
- Page count: 100
- DVD accompaniment: Highly encouraged — 8, 10-15 minute sessions