Women Of Virtue
“Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies” (Proverbs 31:10).
This special programme seeks to cater to the needs of the sisters in our churches. We pray that through our weekly segments, the ladies who are tuning in will grow to become "women of virtue", a valuable blessing more precious than rubies.
Ladies' Seminar II: Women Of Prayer - Part II
Broadcast Date: 13-20 June 2011
Here, Rev Dr Prabhudas Koshy speaks on Christian women and prayer meetings, and he urges sisters to faithfully attend these appointed times and places of prayer. If they are able to, they should also open their own homes to have prayer gatherings.
Herodias And Her Daughter
Broadcast Date: 23-29 May 2011
This programme is a character study of two women in the Bible, whose account can be found in Mark 6:14-29, Luke 3:19&20 and Matthew 14:1-12. Christian women are warned against sin, wilfulness, and being an ungodly influence to those under their charge
Broadcast Date: 02-08 May 2011
Two sisters will be verbally acting out a few scenarios of a Christian’s conversation with an unbeliever. The simple audio dramatization hopes to give listeners some ideas of how to share the gospel using relevant verses, and respond to different types of unbelievers who have various mindsets about Christ and the Christian faith.
Witnessing In The Workplace - Part II (Q and A)
Broadcast Date: 25 April - 01 May 2011
This follow-up programme of the previous one focuses on the Christian woman’s testimony in her workplace. Questions on how she may bear a good witness through her responses and actions at work will be addressed here.
My-Favourite-Hymn Segment - Part I
Broadcast Date: 04-10 April 2011
Here, some sisters will be sharing how a particular hymn they have chosen has touched or encouraged them in their spiritual journey. The hymns will be played following each testimony. They are “Come Thou Fount”, “Great is Thy Faithfulness”, “Saw Ye My Saviour?” and “Only A Sinner”.
Being A Gracious Woman
Broadcast Date: 14-20 March 2011
Proverbs 11:16 says, “A gracious woman retaineth honour…” The preacher in his devotion summarises the gracious woman as being large-hearted; calm and composed when maligned by others; and having behavioural appropriateness. She is one whom God rewards with honour.
The Strange Woman
Broadcast Date: 07-13 March 2011
King Solomon warns about the “strange woman” in Proverbs 7:5-27 where her ungodly characteristics are described. A brief reading of Potiphar’s wife is also included in this programme. All Christian ladies are exhorted to learn from these negative examples, and take heed.
How To Overcome Jealousy (Discussion)
Broadcast Date: 28 February - 06 March 2011
In the discussion, a differentiation is made between the good and bad kind of jealousy as found in Scripture. It also seeks to help Christian women who struggle with this sin, whether in the church, workplace or among peers.
Being A Woman Of Hospitality
Broadcast Date: 21-27 February 2011
Hospitality is commanded and commended in the Scriptures which exhort believers to pursue it with gladness and not grudgingly. At the same time, believers are cautioned about who they extend hospitality too for there are cases in which such kindness should be withheld. From the discussion, listeners may expect to learn from these issues and more.
Being A Pastor's Wife
Broadcast Date: 14-20 February 2011
This programme is dedicated to those who are called to be a pastor’s helpmeet. It is also a time of learning for those who are not, that they may not only prepare themselves if God will ever call them to be one, but also to understand their own Pastor’s wife better, and thus be able to encourage and minister to her more effectively.
Christian Weddings And Marriages
Broadcast Date: 07-13 February 2011
Listeners will learn that Christian weddings should not be mere rituals or overly elaborate celebrations that overlook the true significance of the union of man and wife. It is also crucial that the lifelong marriage that follows a once-off wedding must continue to be God-centred and God-honouring.
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