Depth Podcast Episode 128: Lessons From Biblical Mothers — Rachael Adams
Is there a woman in the Bible you look up to? Maybe her story really resonated with you. Maybe it is not a woman in the Bible, but a woman in your life. Maybe she is a mentor mom or a spiritual mother and she really pours truth into your life.
I cannot wait to talk about lessons from Biblical women today and I am so excited to have Rachael Adams on the podcast. We will be discussing her devotional, Lessons from Biblical Mothers: A Compilation of Wisdom from Women Past to Present. She asked about twenty of us to write about one woman in the Bible and I chose Ruth. Rachael wrote about Bathsheba and all of us picked someone different and she put together this amazing devotional. It is available as a free resource on Rachael’s website and I highly encourage you to check it out.
It truly is something special and we are going to talk about that today on the podcast. I think it is so special because each of us wrote about something that resonated with us and it just made the Bible Stories come alive. I cannot wait for you to hear the truth in this episode as well as download this incredible free devotional at rachaelkadams.com
- *The Lineage of Grace by Francine Rivers
- *Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers
- Bible Studies by Beth Moore, Lysa TerKeurst, and Priscilla Shirer
Writer and podcaster Rachael Adams hopes to help women realize their God-given purpose and significance. She and her husband, Bryan, run a family business and farm in Kentucky with their two children, Will and Kate, and two doodle dogs. Her work has been featured on Crosswalk, iBelieve, Today Parenting, and YouVersion. Rachael would love to hear how you’ve seen God take your little a long way. Connect with her by visiting rachaelkadams.com, by searching @rachaeladamsauthor on social media, and by tuning in to The Love Offering podcast every Tuesday on your favorite listening platform. Be sure to tune into the A Little Goes A Long Way episodes that correspond with each devotion!
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