5 Things Modesty Never Taught Me

| February 12, 2014

  Modesty. The “M” word in our Christian circles. I have written a lot about it from the heart of modesty to what men really think about modesty.  Inevitably, people always make a comment about how destructive this concept of modesty is on a girl’s psyche as if somehow covering our bodies oppresses and demeans […]

Father Daughter Recalibration

| February 10, 2014

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The New Church Lady

| February 10, 2014

We had a group discussion with some church friends recently and this question was presented.. Do you all feel that Christians are known more for what they stand against or what they stand for?   Everyone agreed that for the most part- Christians are known for what they stand against. As someone who has lived well […]

A Merry Heart Doeth Good Like A Medicine

| February 8, 2014

It’s time to lighten up, to smile. It’s time to remember that God is sovereignly fulfilling His promises to exalt the meek, bless the faithful, and to tear down the oppressive, making a way for His own. He is delivering always. Remember the first things, the early days of your christian walk. Recall how far […]

Love or Die: Christ’s Wake-Up Call to the Church

| February 5, 2014

Alexander Strauch writes, Pursue love… 1 Cor. 14:1 My first encounter with the biblical principles of love started in a negative way during my early years as a born-again Christian. I was surprised when I saw true believers fight, display angry attitudes, and separate from one another. To make matters worse, the conflicts I witnessed […]

It Doesn’t Come Naturally~9 Ways to Teach Our Children Contentment

| January 31, 2014

From The Good Life Shakespeare said, “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child!” It’s true. If there’s one sin in my own children’s lives that tempts me to sin, it is ingratitude. “Look at all that God has done for you!” “How can you be so ungrateful, murmuring about […]

Help From Romans 8 – Controlling Your Fear

| January 26, 2014

From Shephard’s Press, Here is a brief application from Romans 8 that teaches Christians do not have to be controlled by fear. Christians need not fear condemnation. verse 1 Christians are not controlled by the flesh but by the Holy Spirit. verse 9 Christians are not slaves to fear, but to the Holy Spirit. verse […]

Rational Men, Irrational Women

| January 23, 2014

Editor’s Note: Yes! Yes! Yes! Give Leslie Loftis a medal. This is a very important piece with regard to how we direct our daughter’s futures and sons for that matter. Leslie sees through the feminist lies and cast vision for what is to come.  Feminists are pronouncing the end of men but economic trends could […]

He Made Women Gentle And Soft …

| January 20, 2014

Reading is one of my absolute favorite pastimes.  For years now, I have been fan of the historical novels that were authored by G.A. Henty.  Mr. Henty wrote over a hundred books in the mid to late 1800s and nearly all of them are historical fiction.  Being that history is a favorite topic of mine, […]

War on Men

| January 20, 2014

Susan Venker’s War On Men I’m only 27% through Susan Venker’s War On Men according to my kindle and I’ve not had a overly disappointing moment yet. Susan Venker doesn’t hold to traditional roles entirely, “Don’t misunderstand: I have no problem with husbands and wives switching things up – she works, he stays home.”  But […]

Dedicated to Selflessness

| January 19, 2014

I often speak with women who want to be involved in “service” of some kind, and they wonder what they should do and how to find it. This is a good and godly impulse; in fact, it is a God-given impulse that identifies us as His very own. Paul tells us in Titus that we […]

In Defense of Noble Womanhood

| January 18, 2014

Proverbs 31:10-31 Given by the mother of King Lemuel to her son For generations, modern culture has chosen to believe the lie that women and men should be considered equal in every way. We can date this fabrication back at least to the Women’s Suffragette Movement of the early 1900’s, if not all the way back […]

From the Archives: What Is Womanhood?

| January 17, 2014

One group of women finds it thoroughly delightful to have a man open the car door for them, while another feels insulted by such behavior. Our culture tells us that it is a “waste” of talents and brains to stay home and raise children, but something deep in our souls tells us it is meaningful, […]

What is a Stay-At-Home Mom Worth?

| January 17, 2014

I think these numbers are low considering the calculations do not take into account many things a woman does at home outside of these 10 categories. And quite often we go far beyond what many of these categories allow for setting up better foundations and practices. But it’s insightful. Recommended Resources Letterbook of Eliza Lucas Pinckney, […]

3 Thoughts About Submission in Marriage

| January 13, 2014

I was working in my office with the TV on this past Friday when I heard an anchor passionately raising her voice. It turned out the all-women panel was discussing actress Candace Cameron Bure’s recent comments on HuffPost Live about her decision to live out biblical submission in her 17-year marriage to NHL hockey player […]