Remember When….Annie Moses Sings About A Time Gone By

| May 28, 2015

I suppose a single rose is pretty as it gets and when the lights go down at night, I love the quietness I love shy glances, slow romances and hats that hide a kiss Let’s you and me go back in time and find the things we miss

An Interview With Rosaria Butterfield

| May 25, 2015

[S]ince the age of twenty-eight, I had lived in monogamous lesbian relationships and politically supported LGBT causes. I coauthored Syracuse University’s first successful domestic partnership policy while working there as a professor of English and women’s studies. I was terrified to aliate on any level with a worldview that called me, my life, my community, my […]

What I Want to Teach My Daughter About Biblical Womanhood from Genesis

| May 19, 2015

My daughter is a jabbering, vivacious toddler, but she’s not too young to be introduced to her great, great, great … grandma Eve. In the evenings, she gets excited about “Bible time” with Daddy and Mommy, and she looks at Bible pictures as we read her Scripture. During brief moments of reflection between diaper changes […]

Where We Rank Our Children Instead

| May 10, 2015

Children rank way below college. Below world travel for sure. Below the ability to go out at night at your leisure. Below honing your body at the gym. Below any job you may have or hope to get. In fact, children rate below your desire to sit around and pick your toes, if that is […]

Motherhood and the Maintenance of Our Christian Liberties

| May 10, 2015

Happy Mother’s Day from all of us here at Beautiful Womanhood (LAF). We thank you for your dedication, support, and understanding of Motherhood’s significant and sustaining role in our country as well your influence on the individuals and loved ones you daily invest your lives in. God bless you all! Liberty is ever in danger of degenerating into license, […]

Desiring God: The Greatest Gift Is God Himself

| May 3, 2015

[Editor’s Note: Man’s idea of what the christian religion is will always leave people saying, “I felt judged.” We’re supposed to testify to God’s standards not our own. There is a christian social class in this country and to be in it, you have to keep up with all the social standards. Christ in not in […]

Are You Living (and Leaving) a Legacy in Your Home?

| April 20, 2015

Three years ago, two of my best friends and I planned an overnight get-a-way where we just brainstormed about life with each other. One of our epiphanies was this: We want to leave a real, meaningful legacy behind, and we want to help other women do that too. From that deep-seated passion, Living a Legacy conference was […]

How Women Influence Civilization

| April 14, 2015

Home Based Business vs. Working Outside the Home

| March 31, 2015

Springtime is a wonderful time; exhibiting life in many ways. Bulbs awake from their winter slumber and breakthrough in the most lovely and hopeful way. Neighbors begin showing up out-of-doors taking walks, biking, and gardening. Gorillas in tu-tus and highly animated Statues of Liberty wave signs on many-a-corner, advertising that it’s that time of year again. […]

A Clean House is a Sign of a Life Misspent

| March 31, 2015

You have probably heard the saying before: A clean house is a sign of a wasted life. Whatever else the phrase means, it expresses some of the frustration and the sense of futility that attends life in this world. I thought of that saying when I spotted this proverb: “Where there are no oxen, the […]

What a Wife is Worth in Dollars and Cents

| March 30, 2015

I’ve had this thought in my head for a while now. I’ve been thinking that I can’t afford for my wife to be a Stay-At-Home Mom. Now, I don’t at all mean to offend anyone with this post. I just have to say that for me personally, I can’t afford it. I’d like to explain […]

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 […]