Misunderstanding Martha

“Misunderstanding Martha”

One of the most misrepresented characters in the gospels is Martha, the sister of Lazarus and Mary. If all we see is Luke 10 and Jesus’ gentle rebuke, we miss her journey of faith and her growth in confidence in Christ. It is a journey worth seeing, because it can inform our own walks of faith as well.

A defining moment

One of the most misrepresented characters in the gospels is Martha, the sister of Lazarus and Mary. If all we see is Luke 10 and Jesus’ gentle rebuke, we miss her journey of faith and her growth in confidence in Christ. It is a journey worth seeing, because it can inform our own walks of faith as well.

When “getting the job done” takes a back seat

One of the most misrepresented characters in the gospels is Martha, the sister of Lazarus and Mary. If all we see is Luke 10 and Jesus’ gentle rebuke, we miss her journey of faith and her growth in confidence in Christ. It is a journey worth seeing, because it can inform our own walks of faith as well.

Confident expectations

One of the most misrepresented characters in the gospels is Martha, the sister of Lazarus and Mary. If all we see is Luke 10 and Jesus’ gentle rebuke, we miss her journey of faith and her growth in confidence in Christ. It is a journey worth seeing, because it can inform our own walks of faith as well.

Finding contentment

One of the most misrepresented characters in the gospels is Martha, the sister of Lazarus and Mary. If all we see is Luke 10 and Jesus’ gentle rebuke, we miss her journey of faith and her growth in confidence in Christ. It is a journey worth seeing, because it can inform our own walks of faith as well.