We are four sisters with a unique ministry.
Our father is an evangelist.
In the New Testament, the only other woman with our title is the ancient lady, Anna. We are young, unmarried women with the same spiritual gift.
Some people think we’re lady preachers. Ha ha! We think that’s funny. Scripture never approves of women leading men or teaching them.
But, we do preach, if you want to call it preaching. We share Scripture with other women and also evangelize children. We are our father’s right arms, so to speak. When he preaches to adults, we later counsel some of the women using Bible truths.
We also teach children the gospel. The message of salvation through Jesus is so simple that even little children can understand and be saved. In fact, Jesus said, Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child, he shall not enter therein (Mark 10:15).
After us, though women in Titus 2 and other passages clearly teach, there are no more women in the New Testament called by this title.
Who are we?
Who is our father?
What is our title?
And, for extra credit, what Bible verse tells us not to teach men in church?
For special bonus points, three verses in the Bible tell women to do one specific action in church services. What is that action? Do you know the references?