We proclaim the message of the truth of the resurrection in the tradition of Mary Magdalene, Joanna, and Mary the mother of James in Luke 24. We conduct business and pioneer churches in the tradition of Lydia in Acts 16. We instruct others thoroughly in the ways of God and risk our lives for the Gospel in the tradition of Priscilla in Acts 18. We nobly preside as ministers of churches in the tradition of Phoebe, diakonos of the church of Cenchrea in Romans 16:1-2. We work hard on behalf of others in the tradition of Mary, Tryphena, Tryphosa and Persus in Romans 16:6 and 12. We exercise persistence to secure what our loved ones need in the tradition of the Syrophonecian woman from Matthew 15. We give sacrificially, because we understand the big picture in the tradition of the widow in Luke 21. We perceive the significance of the time and honour Christ In the tradition of the woman of Bethany in Matthew 26. We minister and lead in our churches in the tradition of Nympha and Chloe in Colossians 4:15 and 1 Corinthians 1:11. We faithfully teach and shape ministers of the gospel in the tradition of Lois and Eunice in 2 Timothy 1:5. We evangelise communities with sincerity and confidence in the tradition of the Samaritan woman in John 4. We suffer for and testify of Jesus leaving the Gospel as our legacy in the tradition of the Apostle Junia in Romans 16. We abound with deeds of kindness and charity and work with our hands to bless others in the tradition of Tabitha in Acts 9:36-41. We descend from priests, tell forth Jesus as Messiah and embody the favor of the Lord in the tradition of Elizabeth in Luke 1. We dedicate ourselves to God day and night and speak of him to all those who seek redemption in the tradition of the prophet Anna in Luke 2:36-38. We assert Jesus’ righteousness before public officials in the tradition of Claudia Procula, Pilate’s wife in Matthew 27:19-20. We fund ministries in the tradition of women in Luke 8:2-3. We publicly glorify God and stand tall as heirs of our Father in the tradition of the afflicted daughter of Abraham in Luke 13:10-13. We exalt the Lord, declare our blessedness, and present Jesus as Messiah in the tradition of Mary the mother of Jesus in Luke 1. YEAH! Yeah! And you can put THAT on your resume!