Emotional Maturity as a Young Woman with an Unbelieving Family

| October 1, 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 […]

Holmes: How to Handle Your Spouse’s Sexual Past

| September 14, 2015

Long before I was even considering marriage, a Titus 2 woman shared with me the pain of confessing her sexual history to her future husband. “It was hard,” she told me. “We both cried. We both repented. It made us a stronger couple.” I remember being grateful for her openness with me, but also feeling […]

Brenda Martin – Homeschooling Mom of 11 Helps Transform Family Economy With Plexus

| August 27, 2015

We’ve been studying out business opportunities here with the idea in mind that women who stay-at-home, or who are looking to find a way to come home, have options and opportunities they can trust. And of course, there are many industrious Proverbs 31 women among us. We enjoy inspiring others by sharing your wares and […]

My Barrenness Experience

| August 6, 2015

By Aime Ladd, Originally published here May 7, 2005 Many of the recent articles on barrenness have inspired me to share the story of my salvation, my empty womb, and the wonderful plan God had for my life. When my husband, Bryan, and I met, fell in love, and married, we were not Christians. We […]

Femina Girls: Tell Your Story

| August 5, 2015

With each new video of the Planned Parenthood atrocities, though I find myself stricken speechless, I thank God that I have a greater sense of the tremendous guilt that rests on this country. The blood guilt stretches from sea to shining sea. And I wonder about all those millions of individuals who are living under […]

What Abortionists Won’t Tell You

| August 5, 2015

By Glenys Robyn Hicks, Originally published here April 24, 2008 With a trembling hand, I raised the stick of the pregnancy test and read the results. Positive. A new life was growing in the young womb–a life that only I seemed to want. Seeing my eyes grow moist, she knew the result without being told. […]

“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 […]

What Gay Parenthood Meant For Me As A Child

| June 29, 2015

[Editor’s Note: Originally published here March 5, 2004, by Mrs. Ruth Reed, © Beautiful Womanhood 2015] The recent pull for legislation regarding gay marriages and the arguments over the fitness of gays as parents has led me to look back at my own childhood and the time I spent parented by a woman who now […]

A Tribute To Mothers by Lt. Cmdr. Timothy White

| May 13, 2015

Hello! I read your website regularly and want to thank you for the encouraging blog posts and articles you feature! I also want to thank you for helping us out by posting our Kickstarter campaign for my second Christian children’s book, I Know You Love Me, Mommy and Daddy! It got funded and we look […]

The Dark Side of the Womb

| April 6, 2015

Two months ago, I had a baby. Two weeks ago, I was still meant to be pregnant. Our son, Reuben, was born prematurely. The most beautiful, if presumptuous, little being to come into the world. He spent five weeks in hospital, first in a humidi-crib, and after a time, in an open one- an upgrade […]

Sociologist Becomes Stay-At-Home Mom

| February 23, 2015

[Editor’s Note: Grateful for this article. If we prepare ourselves for being keepers of our homes and families we’ll have the opportunity to disciple and educate our children as well. Much of what we regularly outsource can be done by us. Outsourcing our labors can also be turned into home businesses and family economies where […]

Heart Wrenching Story of Abortion Eye Witness

| November 4, 2014

A deaf friend referred me to the job opening at a Boston clinic, and it paid well. I averaged about $100 an hour for my services! That’s all it was to me, a job to make money for my upcoming college tuition. I didn’t work often, maybe one or two days a week, and traveled […]

Responsible Manhood: Faithful to God

| October 9, 2014

The only lesson my father learned from his father was to live for self. After James I, each preceding generation blew more money, partied a little more, moved further and further from biblical living, and became increasingly foolish. Until God pulled me out of the pit, I was well on my way to surpassing them […]

When I feel Afraid

| October 9, 2014

By Leeann Stiles at the Gospel Coalition I’ve struggled with fears as long as I can remember. Separation anxiety as a toddler, overwhelming dread of starting school, apprehension about sleeping over at a friend’s house: my early years were haunted. Even though I outgrew many of my fears, others plague me to this day. Some […]