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Beyond Ordinary Women Ministries provides a host of great resources for women under these broad topics: Leadership Development to grow your skills, Godly Living for every Christian, Church Issues for the whole church and its people,  Caring Well to grow in practical love, and Bible Studies for personal or small group discipleship.

Leadership Development

We offer free, short videos and video series to help you grow as a leader.

What kind of leadership skills do you need?
• General Leadership

What other resources can help you?

Let us know your area of need as we plan future resources.

Godly Living

BOW provides resources that apply not only to leaders, but to all believers.

Grow in Christlikeness through our free videos

Church Issues

The modern church and its people are facing difficult issues in today’s world. We provide biblically-based conversations to help navigate those topics on BOW’s podcast and videos. Contact us with ideas for other issues you’d like us to tackle.

Our free videos on difficult topics facing the church

  • Ministering to GenZ Gen Z is the latest generation now becoming adults. As we learn about them, how does the church respond well to their needs? Nika Spaulding joins Kay Daigle for this insightful conversation.
  • Women and the Gender of God Author Dr. Amy Peeler discusses how God’s gender is good news for women.
  • 40 Questions About Women in Ministry Dr. Sue Edwards and Kelley Mathews, authors of the book 40 Questions About Women in Ministry, discuss some of the major issues with Kelly Arabie, BOW Ministry Team member.
  • Sexual Identity & Gender Identity Dr. Sandra Glahn and Dr. Gary Barnes discuss sexual identity and gender identity, including ways the church and individuals can wisely respond biblically.
  • Gender and Scripture Claudia McGuire interviews Dr. Sandra Glahn of DTS about gender and common misconceptions about what gender is and what the Bible teaches.
  • Re-Imagining Discipleship Series. Many conversations today within Christianity echo the surrounding culture more than Jesus’ words and present symptoms of a problem–lack of biblical discipleship. All episodes are now available: A Theological Perspective, A Spiritual Formation Perspective, A Church Leader Perspective, A Missions Perspective and A Kingdom Perspective. 
  • Post-Roe: Supporting Mothers and Babies How do we as the church support mothers who would have considered abortion before the Dobbs decision? Sharifa Stevens and Kay Daigle discuss it.
  • Sexual Abuse and the Church Mary DeMuth shares how we as the church should respond when a victim shares about sexual abuse.
  • Biblical Archaeology Angela Everett helps all believers understand how archaeological discoveries support the historicity of the Bible and increase our faith as she talks about a few of the major artifacts.
  • Justice in the Bible with Nika Spaulding and Kay Daigle overviews what the Bible says about this all important topic.
  • Biblical Manhood and Womanhood with Dr. Sandra Glahn takes a closer look at what the Bible actually says about this topic in contrast to what is actually cultural instead. 
  • On the issue of racial division we have two series: Leading Toward Racial Reconciliation for leaders and Beginning the Road to Racial Reconciliation for all of us.
  • Elizabeth Woodson provides the church guidance for ministering well to singles in The Forgotten Ones: Singles and the Church.
  • Women in Public Ministry: Revisiting the Issue series with Dr. Sandra Glahn.
  • It’s Time for a RelationSHIFT Dr. Jackie Roese discusses a better way for women & men in the church working together.

Caring Well

God has designed those in the church to care well for others. Our videos can help!

Videos to help us follow Jesus’ commands to love

Bible Studies

Our low-cost studies are designed for all ages and maturity levels while stretching everyone to grow. What’s a journaling study? It’s not art or anything difficult. It’s simply answering open questions on your own paper!


Do you wonder how the journaling study works? Look at an example study preview and/or watch our free short video for tips for leading one.