Eve, Where Are You?Apr 08, 2021
#14 Radio Interview REPLAY
Dr. Davis shares a recent radio interview from her conversation with Dr. David Anderson, Pastor of Bridgeway Community Church and host of Real Talk with David Anderson. They discussed Dr. Davis' new book, her story, women in leadership, the obstacles women face, and the state of female leadership today. You'll also hear about God's redemptive power as the two discuss the restoration of their ministry relationship.
#13 Women's History Month: Message to Inspire - Week 5
Be inspired as Dr. Davis squeezes in one more amazing story of a woman who lived during the 17th century. This final story will close out the last week of Women’s History month. This Christian wife and mother was judged, rejected, betrayed, and banished for her steadfast determination to teach and preach Jesus as she experienced Him in a very personal way. Her name has been memorialized with statues, riverways, and streets because of her unparalleled faith. This woman’s example is sure to strengthen your faith.
#12 Women's History Month: Message to Inspire - Week 4
Be inspired as Dr. Davis shares the amazing story of a woman who lived in the 1500’s who was young, feisty, fearless and full of jaw-dropping faith. Her passion for the Word of God and her confidence that what it said was true, is enough to make anyone reconsider their reliance on the promises offered in its pages. She’s heralded for her writings, her speaking ability, and her courage. This woman’s example will strengthen your faith.
#11 - Women's History Month: Message to Inspire Wives - Week 3
Wives or wives to be, be inspired as Dr. Davis shares the story of a woman who was a wife and a mother who lived in the 1500's. Her story is a reminder that no matter what we are doing, our leadership of self and our households is to be acknowledged and honored. This is a salute to women who choose marriage and motherhood.
#10 Women's History Month: Message to Inspire - Week 2
Be inspired as Dr. Davis shares the amazing story of a woman who lived in the 1300's. This woman knew at a very early age that she wanted to live her life in service to God. Her ministry went beyond the church and took her into the world of politics! The determination and skills she possessed equipped her to be a strong advocate for people, behaviors and ideas that properly represented the church and God she loved so much. And for those who didn't live up to such representation, no matter the title or position, had to watch out! This woman's example will strengthen your faith.
#9 Women's History Month: Messages to Inspire - Week 1
Be inspired as Dr. Davis shares the amazing story of a woman who lived in the 1100's, when women were scarcely educated. This woman heard from God and served him mightily--against strong opposition. During her life, not only did she start ministry after the age of 40, she continued writing, preaching, and traveling well into her 80's! This woman's example will strengthen your faith.
#8 - Dr. Nicole Interviewed by Black Authors Matter TV
In this episode, Dr. Nicole shares a recent interview with Black Authors Matter TV. In it you'll hear stories from the interviewers themselves of women being stifled and marginalized in churches; as well as stories of heart transformations by men in church leadership regarding the acceptance of women in ministry.
#7 – Interview with Sharnelle Jones, Preacher of the Gospel and Educator, Part 2 of 2
Part two is the continuance of a sobering conversation Dr. Nicole has with Sharnelle Jones about the plight of women and the erroneous way women are scripturally depicted. They also discuss why women are leaving the church and choosing to participate in other spiritual practices. Sharnelle leaves us with a final message of encouragement that will prompt women everywhere to take IMMEDIATE action.
#6 – Interview with Sharnelle Jones, Preacher of the Gospel and Educator, Part 1 of 2
In part one, Dr. Nicole has a captivating conversation with Sharnelle Jones regarding her upbringing and background in the church; the rich patriarchal church history associated with the men in her family line; and how her acceptance of God’s call to preach changed her relationship with her beloved pastor. This interview is JAW-DROPPING good!
#5 – Eve, Where Are You? Book Review with My Best Friend, Lenora Howze: Part 2
Dr. Nicole and Lenora talk all things Eve, Where Are You? Dr. Nicole’s newly released book. She and Lenora, who is an editor by profession and lover of words, discuss Lenora’s overall perspective of the book and some of Lenora’s favorite parts; where Lenora found herself in the book; and reasons why this book is a must read for women and church leaders everywhere. The conversation is passionate, provocative, and sobering as they discuss the future of the Christian church without the input and leadership of God-ordained women.
#4 – Interview and Book Review with My Best Friend, Lenora Howze: Part 1 of 2
Dr. Nicole talks friendship, ministry calling, women supporting women, and her new book with her best friend, Lenora Howze, who is a pastor, podcaster, and marketplace minister, in this candid and hilarious interview.
#3 – Interview with My Writing Coach, Natasha Small: Part 2 of 2*
Dr. Nicole continues her conversation with her writing coach, Natasha Small. In this segment Natasha shares the primary component needed in a writing project that many author’s are missing. She also talks about the power of words in written form. We close by discussing who should NOT read this book, and offering encouragement to those who want more information about women leaders in the church and are open to exploring this topic further.
*A couple brief technical difficulties occurred with sound.
#2 – Interview with My Writing Coach, Natasha Small: Part 1 of 2*
Dr. Nicole has an in-depth conversation with her writing coach, Natasha Small. Together, the two take you through Natasha’s life and ministry and her early teachings about women in church leadership. They also discuss how God brought them together, the thinking and writing process to select Dr. Nicole's book content, and the collaborative work required to develop her newly released book, Eve, Where Are You?
*A technical difficulty occurred with sound and a brief interruption during the phone interview.
#1 - SEASON 2: Eve, Where Are You?, the BOOK is now AVAILABLE!
Dr. Nicole Davis is back for a brand new season with her BRAND NEW BOOK! In this opening episode, Dr. Nicole shares the layout of the book and encourages women and men to participate in this conversation about women leadership in the church. In the weeks to come, Dr. Nicole will begin speaking and sharing directly from the pages of Eve, Where Are You?. There will also be interviews with those who have read the book offering their thoughtful perspectives and insights. Join her and be ready to follow along by purchasing your own copy TODAY! Books can be purchased on her website, www.evewhereareyou.com or wherever books are sold.
#22 Ending Season One with a Parenting Tip for Your Success
Dr. Davis closes out season one with a parenting tip straight out of the pages of a book she and her husband, Tony, co-wrote. The book is entitled, Parenting Done Right Is Hard Work (But It's Worth It!). All of their books are available on Amazon!
#21 - Women on the Front Line: A Coronavirus Discussion
Dr. Nicole discusses the various roles and responsibilities held by women during COVID-19.
#20 - Interview with Sandy Pope: Part 2
Join Dr. Nicole for the continuation of this historic conversation as she interviews Sandy Pope, the first woman pastor to be ordained at her church. Sandy shares her journey in life and ministry in this two-part discussion.
#19 - Interview with Sandy Pope: Part 1 of 2
Join Dr. Nicole for this historic conversation as she interviews Sandy Pope, the first woman pastor to be ordained at her church. She shares her journey in life and ministry in this two-part discussion. This is a must hear!
#18 – Interview with Bishop Bonnie Hunter
#17 - Interview with Dr. Tanisha Lemelle
Join Dr. Nicole for this episode as she interviews Dr. Tanisha Lemelle, a business strategist and web developer, as she discusses her journey in life and entrepreneurship. Find her work at www.thecleversite.com.
#16 - Interview with Sarah Grace
Join Dr. Nicole for this episode as she interviews Sarah Grace, a multi-talented business owner, as she discusses her journey in life and ministry. Find her work here
Listen and be encouraged.
#15 - Is Submission a Message Only for Wives?
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony look at how the act of submission in a marriage, as often taught from a popular scripture, has the tendency to cripple women emotionally and spiritually, yet excuse men from any accountability to properly love their wives as Christ loves the Church.
#14 - Qualified Leadership Does Not Revolve Around Gender...It's A Character Thing
What does your character say about you as a leader? Dr. Nicole and her husband Tony go line by line in the review of 1 Timothy 3 to discuss the character of today's church leaders. While gender has predominantly been the primary focus in this text, men and women are challenged to look beyond gender and consider matters that are arguably more important than one's gender to be an effective and exemplary leader.
#13 - Women Should Be Encouraged - The Bible Supports Their Leadership
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony, encourage women to live a purpose driven life in church and the marketplace. They review the Scriptures they've discussed over the past several weeks also considering both Jesus' and Paul's treatment of women.
#12 - 1 Timothy 3 Line Upon Line Discussion
Have you ever wondered why all of the verses in 1 Timothy 3 are not mandated criteria when selecting leaders? Men and women have conveniently selected the verses that overwhelmingly exclude women. Dr. Nicole and her husband Tony discuss all of the verses and challenge leaders to do the same by upholding all of the characteristics listed to select and promote the best people in their churches (not just men) for leadership positions.
#11 - Qualifications for Church Leadership
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony start the discussion on one of the core divisive Scriptures against women leadership in the church. 1 Timothy 3:1-12 is the focus of this episode.
#10 - The Great Debate: Women Not Permitted to Teach a Man Part 2
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony continue in Part 2 of the discussion on one of the core divisive Scriptures against women leadership in the church. 1 Timothy 2:11-12 is the focus of this episode.
#9 - The Great Debate: Women Not Permitted to Teach a Man Part 1 - Prelude (1 of 2)
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony start the discussion on one of the core divisive Scriptures against women leadership in the church. 1 Timothy 2:11-12 is the focus of this episode.
#8 - Women Remain Silent in the Church Part 2
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony continue their conversation on 1 Corinthians 14:34-35. Be ready to consider what you know about this Scripture already and how you will incorporate their freeing perspectives that liberate women and change our views of Paul's position regarding women in the church of Corinth and therefore, women everywhere.
#7 - Women Remain Silent in the Church Part 1 - Prelude (1 of 2)
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony offer a prelude to their discussion on 1 Corinthians 14:34-35, which is one of the core divisive Scriptures against women leadership in the church. In this episode, they consider a broader Scriptural context to challenge the way we read the Bible and the way we select which Scriptures we will enforce over others. They close by introducing known details about the the city of Corinth and Paul's purpose for writing to this newly formed church.
#6 - In the Beginning: A Debrief Discussion About Genesis
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony debrief their discussion and coverage of Genesis, Chapters 1, 2, and 3. They share their personal thoughts about the ramifications of the ongoing debate about women in church leadership and why it’s so important to consider God’s original intent for both men and women.
#5 - In the Beginning: The Source of a Woman’s Value (Part Three of Three)
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony continue their discussion in Genesis. In chapter three, the sin of Adam and Eve changed the dynamics of their relationship. As a result of “The Fall,” the great debate continues about who is in charge and whether a man should have rulership over a woman.
#4 - In the Beginning: The Source of a Woman’s Value (Part Two of Three)
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony continue in Genesis. Eve was created to be a “helper” to Adam. This biblical text is used to consider the meaning of “helper” using both the Hebrew and Western meanings.
#3 - In the Beginning: The Source of a Woman’s Value (Part One of Three)
Dr. Nicole and her husband, Tony open the Bible to look at God’s original intent for woman based in the Book of Genesis by reviewing various debated Scriptures. Additionally, they consider another woman's story in Genesis to compare modern day challenges women face when they are not valued. As an extra treat, they outline how to get the most out of your Bible reading to establish better methods for understanding and applying Scriptures for practical living.
#2 - Dr. Nicole Chats with Her Husband Tony About Their Personal Thoughts on Women in Ministry
When you think about your stance on the topic of women pastors, have you ever wondered how you've come to think or feel the way you do? Dr. Nicole invites Tony on this episode to swap stories about their experiences growing up attending church.
#1 - Women Are Called, But Few Are Chosen
Dr. Nicole, Conflict Coach and Resolutionist, begins a frank conversation regarding the unmet needs of women in the church. Through this podcast she will share aspects of her research completed for her doctoral dissertation entitled, Women in Ministry: How the Conflicts Between God’s Purpose and Church Practice Impact the Efficacy of Female Church Leaders. Additionally, she'll offer nuggets from her upcoming book, Eve, Where Are You? In this first episode, Dr. Nicole shares how all of her resources and platforms are being combined to explain why we can no longer keep women on the sidelines as the proverbial "helpmeet."