Have you noticed how in the scriptures men are always going into the mountains to commune with God? Yet, in those same scriptures, we hardly ever read of women going there. Women's lives were (and still are) full of responsibilities for sustaining life. Because of this, it was difficult-if not impossible-for them to leave their families to commune with God.
Instead, God often came to women where they were, when they were doing their ordinary, everyday work. He met them at the wells where they drew water for their families. He conversed with them in their homes, kitchens, and gardens. He visited them as they sat beside sickbeds, gave birth, cared for the elderly, and performed necessary mourning and burial rites. In these seemingly mundane and ordinary tasks required to sustain life, women found themselves face to face with divinity.
Join scholars Heather Farrell and Jen Mabray as they take you on a tour of the scriptures to discover how God visited and spoke to women anciently. Learn from them how He still visits and speaks to women today, and be willing to open your eyes and heart to see God in your life, even in the most ordinary, mundane places and in the most remarkable ways!