“Get Married” – Candice Watters’s Bold Apologetic (Book Review)

| February 23, 2015

By Mrs. Chancey I was sitting in class learning about all the ways our country was slipping from its constitutional foundations. And in a moment of exasperation, I raised my hand and called out, “So what’s the solution?” … I knew how hard it was to change the culture and was losing my will to […]

The Ambiguous Legacy of The Pill

| December 3, 2014

By Jennifer Roback Morse at Mercatornet I am in the process of writing a book which argues that the Sexual Revolution has been a rich person’s hobby horse from the beginning. The rich and powerful like the idea of separating sex from child-bearing. While this idea is sometimes wrapped up in a disguise of helping woman […]

Fifty Shades, Twilight, and Teaching Young Women To Desire Abusers

| September 3, 2014

Remember how we warned you about Eclipse from the Twilight series as did others who often publish articles here on Beautiful Womanhood? I’m glad we did and I am glad that some of you listened. The Story: A new study published in the Journal of Women’s Health finds a connection between health risks in adolescent and young adult […]

Top 10 Tips for Medieval Princesses

| July 27, 2014

Let’s face it: most of us girls wanted to be a princess at some point in our lives, and had the plastic tiara and tinsel-covered dress to prove it. We may never grow up to marry a real prince, like Kate Middleton, or take princess lessons, like Australia’s Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, but help […]

Apostate II

| February 28, 2014

Apostate: II – The Book Trailer from Kevin Swanson on Vimeo.  Whatever happened to Western civilization? Somehow, Christians have lost ground in every cultural area of leadership and influence in Europe and America since 1700. This is an indubitable fact. The remaining Christians search for an explanation. They want to know how it happened. This […]

What We Confess With Our Clothing

| January 22, 2014

What we wear says more about us than we might think. Many of us probably barely think at all when we get dressed in the morning. But something really profound is happening every time we pull on our pants and slip into a shirt — or five shirts if you live in Minnesota this time […]

Overwhelmed: Hope and Help for the Financially Weary

| July 23, 2013

What is one of the hardest things for people to talk about? Financial problems. Do you have no where to turn and no one to talk to? Feeling alone and under lots of pressure? Are you overwhelmed? Now help is here:

The Unshakable Faith of Darlene Diebler Rose

| July 20, 2013

There is nothing much sadder than a person who lives out a seemingly purposeless existence. I say “seemingly” because we all have a purpose—each one of us, regardless of our circumstances in life. But many of us never fulfill that purpose, whether out of fear, unbelief, or just plain rebellion. Read an excellent book review […]

If You Bite & Devour One Another – By Alexander Strauch

| May 8, 2013

And excerpt from a really great book: Control the Tongue Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up…And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God. Ephesians 4:29-30 Conflict ignites fiery passions within the human soul. It can make the head throb, the blood boil, […]

Chucking College?

| December 15, 2012

Melanie Ellison has just published a little gem of a book that will challenge old notions of “higher” education and point readers to a better (and far less expensive) path. Melanie has done homeschool grads (and, truly, all high school students) a great favor by pulling together research, analysis of modern educational trends, and personal stories from the […]

NEW eBook on Homemaking: The Heart of Simplicity

| May 30, 2012

  We are pleased to announce that the NEW eBook–The Heart of Simplicity: Foundations for Christian Homemaking has been released today! Here are some of the wonderful contributing authors along with Courtney Dunkin of Simply Nurtured (the dream began with her) in the center. Starting from the top: Stephanie Langford, Kelly Crawford, Natalie Klewja, Ann […]

Diapers, Dishes, and Dominion: How Christian Housewives Can Change the World (Interview with Author and a Giveaway)

| May 2, 2012

Visionary Womanhood is sponsoring a giveaway of an excellent new book! To kick off the month of May and our theme of Women and Dominion, I’m really excited to introduce you all to a book I’ve been waiting for MONTHS to be released.  It’s finally here!  And Leah Smith’s Diapers, Dishes and Dominion: How Christian Housewives […]

“When Motherhood Feels Too Hard” – new eBook!

| February 20, 2012

Kelly Crawford has put together a marvelous devotional for mothers. She let me have a sneak peek at it last week, and I devoured it while recovering from the flu (perfect timing, Kelly!). This eBook is Kelly’s “cup of cold water” to mothers. We all need refreshment and encouragement when the hard days come, and […]

What does “Virtuous” really mean? (Excerpt from the Introduction to “Queen of the Home”)

| October 28, 2011

(From the introduction to Queen of the Home) In the famous chapter of Proverbs 31 we have a detailed description that shows just how strong, capable and influential the virtuous woman of God really is. What might not be as well known is what is packed into the actual meaning of the word “virtuous” which appears […]

The War Against Girls

| June 21, 2011

[Editor’s note: Abortion and birth control are issues central to feminism (yes, even with a minority like Feminists for Life out there holding the pro-life line), but the results of widespread abortion harm women. In particular, sex-selective abortion has destroyed far more girls than boys all over the world. This piece from the Wall Street […]