• “Really, then, our problem is not weakness, but independence! And in covenant, you die to independent living.” – Kay Arthur
Bible Women 
Sarah
Abigail
Rahab
Hannah, Mother of Samuel
Jael
Deborah
Ruth
Esther
Proverbs 31 Woman
Mary Magdalene
Mary and Martha
Samaritan Woman at the Well
Caananite Woman
Woman Caught in Adultery
Eunice, Apostle Timothy’s Mother

Early Church Women

Women of the Middles Ages
Teresa of Avila (1515-?)
Margery Kempe (1373-1439)
Julian of Norwich(1342-?)
St Catherine of Siena (1347-1380)
Marguerite Porete (+1310)
St Birgitta of Sweden (1303-1372)
 
Women of Different Movements
Anabaptists 16th Ct.
Reformation 16th Ct.
–  Katharina Luther (1499-1552) 
Moravians 16th-18th Ct. 
–  Erdmuthe Dorothea, Countess von Zinzendorf (1700-1756)
–  Anna Nitschmann (1715-1760)
 Quakers 17th Ct.
–  Anne Hutchinson ( 1591-1643)
Margaret Fell (Fox) (1614-1702)
Methodists 18th Ct.
–  Susanna Wesley (1669-1742?)
–  Phoebe Palmer (1807-1874)
Puritans 16th-19th Ct.
–  Anne Bradstreet (1612-1672)
– Ruth Bryan (1805-1860)
–  Anne Dutton (1692-1765)
– Hannah More (1745-1833)
–  Elizabeth Prentiss (1818 – 1878)
–  Susannah Spurgeon (1832-1903)
 
Missionary’s Wives
Missionary Women 
Gladys Aylward (1904-1970)
Margaret Barber (1865-1930)
Corrie ten Boom (1892-1983)
Amy Carmichael (1867-1951)
Elisabeth Elliot (1926-Present)
Jackie Pullinger (1944-Present)
Helen Roseveare (1925-Present)
Mary Slessor (1848-1915)
Lilias Trotter (1853-1928)
 
Preacher’s Wives
Catherine Booth (1829-1890)
Biddy Chambers (1884 – 1966)
Sarah Edwards (1710-1758)
Annie Poonen (1942 – Present)
Martha Ravenhill (1911 – 2001)
Susannah Spurgeon (1832 – 1892)
 
Hymn Writers
Sarah Flower Adams (1805-1848) 
Cecil F. Alexander (1818-1895)
Charitie L. Bancroft (1841-1923)
Carrie Breck (1855-1934)
Phoebe Hinsdale Brown (1783-1861)
Frances Brook
Anne R. Cou­sin (1824-1906)
Fanny Crosby (1820 – 1915)
Mary Lundie Duncan (1814-1840)
Charlotte Elliot (1789 – 1871)
Annie Johnson Flint (1866 – 1932)
Dorothy “Dora” Greenwell (1821-1882)
Ada Ruth Habershon (1861 – 1918)
Francis Ridley Havergal (1836 – 1879)
Annie S. Hawks (1836-1918)
Jennie Hussey (1874-1958)
Mary A. Lathbury (1841 – 1913)
Helen Lemmel (1863-1961)
Civilla D. Martin (1866-1948)
Xiao Min (? – Present)
Leila Naylor Morris (1862-1929)
Elizabeth Prentiss (1818 – 1878)
Lina Sandell (1832-1903)
Mary Slessor (1848-1915)
Anne Steele (1716-1778)
Anna L. Waring (1820-1910)
 
Martyr’d Women
 
Mothers
Eunice, Apostle Timothy’s Mother
Catherine Booth (1829-1890)
Madame Jeanne Guyon (1648 – 1717)
Annie Poonen (1942 – Present)
Martha Ravenhill (1911 – 2001)
Hannah Whitall Smith (1832-1911)
Susanna Wesley (1669-1742)
Mary Winslow (1774–1854)
Rachel Yankovic
 
Single Women
Gladys Aylward (1904-1970)
Corrie ten Boom (1892-1983)
Amy Carmichael (1867-1951)
Francis Ridley Havergal (1836 – 1879)
Martha Snell Nicholson
Helen Roseveare (1925-Present)
Basilea Schlink (1904 – 2001)
Mary Slessor (1848-1915)
Lilias Trotter (1853-1928)
 
Today’s Women
Kay Arthur
Maranatha Chapman
Nancy Leigh Wolgemuth
Melody Green
Leslie Ludy
Dina Martin
Janice Mcbride
Anne Ortlund
Annie Poonen (1942 – Present)
Kay Schrock
Joni Earekson Tada
Kelli Woodford
Lynette Woods
 
Other Women
Sarah Foulkes Moore (? – 1973)
Aimee Semple McPherson (1890-1944)
Mary Peckham – The Lewis Revival 1949
Magdalene Klinksiek Jenkins
Loretta Mae Judd (1880 – 1959)
Anna B. Warner (1827-1915)
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7 Responses to All Women

  • jan says:

    i cannot see mariah woodworth-etter on your website.could you tell me what amy carmichaels back problem was one preacher said she had curvature of the spine for 35 years and was bed ridden till the end.others say she had a fall, could you please clear this up for me, thankyou jan.

  • Alyse says:

    I would love to see Chun Chae Ok, a Korean contemporary, listed. Thanks for the great resource!

  • womenof7 says:

    jan, I have read in one of her books that she had a fall one night doing something and couldn't see in the dark. I do not remember what book it was though.. Alyse, I couldn't find anything on the internet about Chun Chae Ok. Do you know more about her? Blessings

  • Beth Weber says:

    In light of the unfolding events in our country and the march of women across our country-may God strengthen us to stand firm in resolve to listen to the voice of the Holy Spirit and follow Jesus as we take each step on our journey of faith as pilgrims on our way home.

  • aufrech lasia dollo moukoko says:

    Great Job! stay blessed!

  • aufrech lasia dollo moukoko says:

    Great Job! stay blessed! We Thank God

  • dave says:

    Where is Anabelle Catherine Hankey ? writer of lyrics to the hymn "I Love to Tell The Story) English Evangelist-taken from poem she wrote during lengthy illness while on missionary trip in 1866. You may find Catherine spelled with a K

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