We've made quite a journey together. In the last eight weeks, we've discovered how the gospel reclaimed seven New Testament women—Mary Magdalene, then Mary of Bethany, The Samaritan Woman, The Unclean Woman, Priscilla, Phoebe and Lydia.
Last stop: Junia. The most controversial figure of all. In just one verse—Romans 16:7—we discovered that she served with the apostle Paul and that she was noted or outstanding among the apostles. What you may not know is that she was written out of the biblical record for a period of time, only to finally be restored to her rightful place:
These videos are made possible through the good work of videographer Ryan Schnurr. These two-minute video shorts work for individual viewing or for discussion in small groups, and they provide encouragement for girls and women about their identity and calling in the kingdom of God. Enjoy! And for the sake of setting God's daughters free, let's share these with our friends. See the share buttons below, and view all eight on the vimeo.com/reclaimingeve channel.
Also: please consider downloading this delightful, but short ebook Junia Is Not Alone by Scot McKnight for $2.99.
Your turn: What surprises you about Junia's story? What gives you hope?
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