About the "Covenant Woman of the Bible" Series
The Covenant Woman of the Old Testament
5.5x8.5, 306 Pages, Paperback, $20.00
First Place at the Blue Ridge Mountain Christian
Writers Conference in 2008
The Covenant Woman of the New Testament
5.5x8.5, 208 Pages, Paperback, $15.00
Second Place at the Blue Ridge Mountain
Christian Writers Conference in 2007
The Covenant Woman of the Bible Study Guide
8.25x11,132 Pages, Paperback, $15.00
"The Covenant Woman book series serves as a
wonderful resource for either group or
individual study. Nancy Allen provides a robust
picture of biblical leadership for women, by
walking us through scripture, step by step, to
examine the lives of biblical ladies. Among this
diverse crowd of women, we discover
individuals who were courageous enough to defy
authority and hide the baby Moses to save his life, wise enough to teach by example, strong enough
to defeat mighty armies, and bold enough to ask Jesus for healing.
"By examining the lessons of biblical women – both their triumphs and grave mistakes – we may
gain insight into how to live today as godly women, whether fulfilling our roles in the home, the
workplace, the church, or the community. I’m delighted that Nancy Allen has provided this
remarkable resource for modern women. Twenty-first century women need such a study – to see
how to apply timeless truths to our relationships with God, with others, and with ourselves."
Marsha Blackburn, House of Representatives
serving the 7th District of Tennessee
About the Author
Nancy Evelyn Allen, MACE wrote her first book as partial requirement for her Master’s Degree at
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Her undergraduate degree is from Tennessee Technological
• 7 Fs For Families, an intergenerational January Bible study was church published in 1983.
• While working at The Baptist Sunday School Board (LifeWay), Allen was published in Youth
Leadership Magazine and is also published in Mature Living.
• She writes bimonthly columns called “Little Stories about You and Me” for The Nolensville
Dispatch and The Eagleville Times, publishing more than 48 short stories and feature articles
• The author is published on Muscadine Lines and in two anthologies.
• She is a member of The Council for the Written Word, The Tennessee Writers Alliance and
two writers’ critique groups, one international and one local.
The author grew up in Tennessee and has traveled to forty-nine states and seventeen foreign
countries. She is the wife of an investment executive, mother of two sons, grandmother of three
and, in 2009, a great grandmother.