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Old Testament
You may also want to view these pages by Beverly Whitaker:
•  Mothers in the Bible, a devotional, originally presented to a group of young mothers  
•  What Church Did Grandpa Attend? -- a study of early American churches of our ancestors
•  Women in American Churches -- contributions of women in church and society
•  Susanna Wesley -- a "first person" account, suitable for presentation as an oral program
•  Protestant Denominations established in Colonial America, 1600-1800
•  U. S. Religious Groups and Archives, 1800-2000
•  Quaker Heritage, including "A Vist to Wrightsborough, Georgia, a historical Quaker colony."
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New Testament
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The following topics appear as "first-person accounts" as if the Bible characters were telling their own stories. The perspective is that of the author, Beverly Whitaker, who creates similar style biographical sketches for a variety of women. She does oral presentations about presidential wives, social reformers, missionary ladies, literary women, historical notables, ancestral sketches, and women in the Bible.

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copyrighted material, and cannot be copied in written form.
You have permission to place a link to this web site on your own web page.

With written permission, you may use one or more of these scripts as an
oral presentation. Contact Beverly Whitaker, 4318 N. Baltimore, Kansas City, MO. State the group for whom the presentation is to be made, along with the date. Enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope or send your request by e-mail: gentutor@yahoo.com. using the subject line: “Women of the Bible.”   Read the sketches by clicking on the links in the charts below.
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Women of the Bible
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NEW >>   If  you don’t see the Bible character among those listed on this page, I encourage you to study the Scriptures and ponder the significance of the lives of other women in the Bible. Then write your own sketch, just as others are doing. The authors of the following have given permission for you to share these stories as oral readings.

          Mary, Mother of Jesus             Mary of Bethany                 Eve    
Copyright ©2004 - 2009. Beverly Whitaker
Added March 13, 2007