“For the first time, I felt welcomed by women who have always been there, because Amy made the introductions. As a mother I am grateful to pass the rich legacies of these women on to my daughter. As a daughter of the King, I now appreciate the sisters before me.”
-Liv Harrison, author, speaker, podcaster
Was Rebekah a meddler or a cooperative working with and for God? How was Miriam the first women to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation? Why is Bathsheba a prototype of the Blessed Mother? What can Mary Magdalene teach us about discipleship?
In this first of its kind work, Amy Schisler provides a book with an optional a workbook and video series about women of the Bible created by, with, and for Catholic women. The book highlights twenty-five women and what they can teach us through their lives and examples in a uniquely Catholic way. Beginning with Eve and ending with Mary Magdalene, Schisler takes a deeper look at prominent and not-so-prominent women who shaped the course of Biblical history.
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