The Brave, Astonishing, and Admirably Generous Kara Tippetts Has Died

| March 23, 2015

The Daily Signal reports: Kara Tippetts didn’t choose the day she would die. On Sunday, March 22, the mother of four passed away, after close to three years of battling breast cancer. “I feel like I’m a little girl at the party whose dad’s asking her to leave early, and I’m throwing a fit,” said […]

From Lesbian to Complimentarianism

| March 11, 2015

Born with an inherent disposition to sin mixed with fatherlessness, molestation, and limited-to-no examples of trustworthy men led me into a lifestyle of homosexuality. I always saw men as being something to envy. They seemed strong, powerful, in control. Femininity, or the skewed view of it that I held, seemed weak. Part of my embracing […]

The Inspiring Testimony of Women’s Hope

| March 10, 2015

Overwhelmed by the seeming iron grasp the pro-choice community has on our society? Here’s a testimony to the work and ministry being offered to women in Auburn, Alabama through Women’s Hope Medical Clinic. Some were abused, some threaten with abortion and abandonment, others neglected, but in spite of it all, Women’s Hope is changing lives. As the pro-choice community wages war […]

An Old Problem, a New Enemy: Why We Don’t Love Home

| February 24, 2015

I think often about that woman in the Bible, the woman hanging out in Proverbs 31, the model for a godly woman. She does many things, wears many hats. But one thing she does well, one thing is her priority: her home, husband and children. Her other pursuits fall around that. “She looks well to the […]

Love Letters: George Washington to his Wife

| February 16, 2015

  Like her husband, Martha’s letters also mention divine Providence. Writing to Mercy Otis Warren from Valley Forge on March 7, 1778, she says, “…indeed I think providence was very bountiful in her goodness to your state….would bountiful providence aim a like stroke at Genl Howe, the measure of my happiness would be complete.” Writing […]

Four Lessons from Solomon’s Song

| February 9, 2015

In our culture, February means roses, chocolates, and all the traditional symbols of romantic love. After nearly five years of marriage to my wonderful husband, I have enjoyed receiving love letters, holding hands over candlelit dinners, and taking nighttime walks under the stars with my sweetheart. However, I have also learned that there is more […]

Christian Love and Putting on Christ

| February 8, 2015

[Editor’s note: An appropriate sermon considering the recent conversations here about Christian love and the degrading counterfeits the world offers us. How does a christian understand love in a culture fraught with obscenity? It begins with putting on Christ.] How Do We Put On Christ? And how do you do that? We could answer this question […]

Love Letters: Mercy Doddridge to her husband

| February 6, 2015

  The Christian Lover: The Sweetness of Love and Marriage in the Letters of Believers Marriage is under siege in our time, and Christian unions are not going unscathed. Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin believes that love letters written by Christian husbands and wives of the past can help strengthen the ties that bind believing […]

Love Letters: Jonathan Edwards to His Intended Sarah Pierpont

| February 5, 2015

Recommended Resources In Love with Christ: The Narrative of Sarah Edwards Sussannah Spurgeon: Free Grace and Dying Love (Morning Devotions with the Life of Susannah Spurgeon) Helping Them to Choose The Christian Lover: The Sweetness of Love and Marriage in the Letters of Believers

The Single Person’s Good Desire for Sex

| February 2, 2015

A central issue in interpreting these verses is what Paul intends by the term “burn with passion” (a single word: puroústhai, “to burn”) and how burning relates to the theology of marriage that surrounds 1 Corinthians 7:8–9 (1 Corinthians 7:1–7, 10–16). Is marriage the coveted arena where each and every sexual fantasy comes to life? […]

6 Reasons Your Husband May Not Like Your Women’s Group

| February 2, 2015

Ladies’ Bible studies are a staple in most of our churches. That’s a good thing! Titus 2:3–5 tells us that it is God’s design that women teach God’s Word to each other. But have you ever wondered what those closest to you really think about your women’s group? I polled my wise (and handsome!) husband […]

Love Letters: Spurgeon to His Wife

| January 31, 2015

 While much is known about Susannah Spurgeon’s famous husband C.H. Spurgeon, comparatively little is known about the woman who supported the great preacher through the many years of his long and fruitful ministry at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London. Brought together in a single volume for the first time are two titles that will help […]

Gracefully Aging

| January 27, 2015

Hollywood is full of women who seem to have stopped the hands of time. Sixty is the new forty. We marvel at how they do it. Forget plain old soap and cold cream; spa treatments and injections are the latest beauty must-haves. Cosmetic companies are raking in the profits, while we are left feeling more […]

I’m Changing My Mind This Year

| January 10, 2015

[Editor’s Note: Biblical womanhood is built on this practice. If you’ve visited us much you have found we’re constantly pointing to the failings of feminism. It’s helpful to debunk the myths, lies, half-truths by which feminists have shaped our culture. But it’s not enough. Biblical womanhood is built on Christ. The foolish stray by leaving off the […]

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| December 31, 2014

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