Tag: Biblical Womanhood

Self-Care and the Christian

Self-Care and the Christian

Self-Care

We live in a society that is consumed with self. The message “love yourself” seems to be everywhere in modern culture, even in the church. The plea to make time for practicing self-care is loud and unyielding, … Read the rest

Waiting On God

Waiting On God

It is not my nature to be patient; I much prefer to plan and to act rather than to quietly sit back and wait for something to happen. Perhaps it is for this very reason that God has led … Read the rest

Are You Contributing To The Sexualization Of Our Culture? 

Are You Contributing To The Sexualization Of Our Culture? 

Christ has called us to be light in the darkness, but how well is the Christian church doing that? The very fact that we are now standing in the midst of the broken ruins of our culture says enough … Read the rest

Be A Faithful Woman

Be A Faithful Woman

“Most men will proclaim every one his own goodness: but a faithful man who can find?” Prov. 2:6

I drove down a back road that made its way out of our little town. My eyes caught sight of the … Read the rest

The Sin Of Gluttony

The Sin Of Gluttony

As I begin to write on the topic of gluttony, food, and taking care of our bodies, I fully realize it is a sensitive subject. I know it from my past struggles with food and self-control. I have only … Read the rest

Pets as Children, Children as Pets

Pets as Children, Children as Pets

Pets as Children

While sitting in one of my recent foster care training sessions, I heard a story that was rather shocking. A lady said that in a previous class, one couple had stated the reason they were pursuing … Read the rest

Answering Pro-Abortion Objections

Answering Pro-Abortion Objections

It should be clear at the beginning that I will be arguing from the premise that on scientific, biblical, and logical grounds: life begins at conception. At the moment of conception, you and I came into existence.

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Missional Motherhood: The Story of Catherine Booth

Missional Motherhood: The Story of Catherine Booth

She went where most women wouldn’t dare to go and did things many women would never dream of doing. Several nights a week, whether healthy or sick, she visited the slums of London’s East End- where poverty, crime and … Read the rest

The Great Commission is for Introverts too

The Great Commission is for Introverts too

“I love doing this with you” I said to my husband as we walked hand in hand towards the town square to share the gospel with people. “I would like it more if we could do evangelism from home, Read the rest

Being A Pastor Is Nice, But Being A Mother Is Equally As Nice

Being A Pastor Is Nice, But Being A Mother Is Equally As Nice

I recently scrolled through comments of a post that wanted to endorse women as pastors or elders. There are many arguments folks like to bring to the table with this issue, but the one I saw on this comment … Read the rest