Your Sacred Calling: A Christian Response to the Ashley Madison Scandal

| September 2, 2015

I haven’t written on my blog in a long time. To be frank, I just got tired of dealing with the antagonists. But I felt compelled to write today. Marriage is so precious. It’s not supposed to be something you’re stuck in; it’s something you’re supposed to be thankful for—something you get to enjoy! So there were […]

Challies: My Wife’s Plea to Christian Men

| September 2, 2015

[Editor’s note: First, with regards to “False Messages,” if you take the time to read “False Messages,” and I hope you do, I think you’ll find it rewarding as well as great insight into this article by Aileen Challies. I do want to make a couple notes however. One is on the point of men […]

Mommy Trenches: To the Lady Ashamed of Being Pregnant with Her Fourth

| August 25, 2015

I met you in the elevator on my way back from the pediatrician’s office. It was just me and Wren, and you looked at her fondly in her stroller. When the elevator doors opened, you very kindly held the doors open for me. As I clumsily maneuvered the stroller past you, I accidentally ran over […]

Chad Ashby: Brothers and Sisters, Unwed Pregnancy Is Not a Sin

| August 19, 2015

There is a glaring hole in our fight against abortion. It is found in our churches among the quiet pre-service whispers as she walks by. It is heard at Sunday dinner as her name bounces back and forth across the table among interjections like, “But she comes from such a good family!” It is seen […]

Our Ministry of Mentoring

| August 17, 2015

By Natalie Klein “Mom, look! I got a letter from Allison!” Eyes wide, I careened to a stop against the kitchen counter, clutching my prize. The envelope was torn to pieces in my haste to open the treasure, but the card within I opened with care. At fourteen, receiving a letter from my mentor and […]

Speak for Yourself: Why Single Feminists Should Not Speak for Married Mothers

| August 8, 2015

By Mrs. Marian Shah, Originally published here Feb 25, 2005 The more I read non-feminist literature, the more I wonder why in succumbing almost universally to radical feminist ideology, our society has let a group of activist women ruin family life for everyone else by claiming expertise where they have none: in homemaking and child-rearing.

Emotional Maturity as a Young Woman with an Unbelieving Family

| August 6, 2015

By Mrs. S. B. H. E., Originally published here, Aug. 8, 2005 Purity is a concept that is intriguingly beautiful. When thinking of purity, a pure, white lamb comes to mind–one with no blemishes, flecks of dirt, or streaks of mud. While this concept so readily comes to mind, it does not as readily spring […]

Lesley: 9 Reasons Discerning Women Are Leaving Church

| August 2, 2015

Earlier this week, Thom Rainer, president and CEO of LifeWay, pubished a blog article entitled “Six Reasons Why Women May Be Leaving Your Church.” Although I am not particularly a fan of Dr. Rainer (due to his allowing heretical materials to be sold at LifeWay), I thought this article was a good one, and I […]

Crown Financial: Making Money From Home

| July 25, 2015

[Editor’s note: Feminism has done much to destabilize the home. The example of the Proverbs 31 woman with her business and market savvy are a stabilizing force for home and family life. ] For many of our forebears, home wasn’t just a place to live — it was a center of commerce. Whether by running a cottage […]

Windham: 5 Surprising Things About The Proverbs 31 Woman

| July 20, 2015

Everyone knows that the lady described in Proverbs 31 is generally considered to be the supreme example of womanhood found in the Bible and the archetype that all Christian men should seek out for marriage. But there are some facts about the P-31 Girl that most men and even most women are not aware of. […]

She’s Called Homemaker For A Reason

| July 14, 2015

“She’s called “homemaker” for a reason…she isn’t someone who keeps the basics of house upkeep. She isn’t a maid; she doesn’t just attend to the logistics. She keeps a HOME and all of the aesthetic, comfort-giving, sanctuary-like properties involved. This is one reason I think that so many Americans are unhappy. They focus on the […]

“I am doing a great work.”

| July 8, 2015

By Betty Burger, originally published August, 19, 2003 A couple of days ago I was busily at work in the kitchen when my four-year-old son called, “Mommy…Mommy? Can you set up Memory for Aunt Peggy and me so we can play? Is that all right with you, Mommy? It would give you something to do.” […]

Rosaria Butterfield on Repentance and Renewal

| July 2, 2015

Foreseeing the ruling by SCOTUS, God raised up for His glory and for the well being of the body of Christ, Rosaria Butterfield, a fascinating and intelligent woman but most importantly a woman saved and transformed by the redeeming blood of Jesus Christ. Rosaria unashamedly meets the apologetic of the homosexual agenda with truth and […]

feminia girls: Shine it!

| July 2, 2015

[Editor’s Note: Some encouraging words from one of our favorite sites. Thanks Nancy.] Given the surprising (and apparently sudden) changes in what our country is now considering to be “moral” government-approved behavior, I thought it was time for a pep talk. Most of you all are probably a lot like me. It hasn’t been difficult […]

Theology which Confronts the Sexual Revolution and Moral Upheaval

| June 29, 2015

By Albert Mohler Western society is currently experiencing what can only be described as a moral revolution. Our society’s moral code and collective ethical evaluation on a particular issue has undergone not small adjustments but a complete reversal. That which was once condemned is now celebrated, and the refusal to celebrate is now condemned. What […]