“Queen of the Home” on Kindle & Kindle Fire HD 6 Giveaway!!!!

| November 29, 2014

Queen of the Home is available on Kindle now! Through midnight Monday, Dec. 1, 2014  it’s on sale for $2.99 !!! (Nearly 60 % off the regular price of $6.99!)  Spread the word far and wide! Read on to enter the give-away for a new Kindle Fire HD 6! Have you found Beautiful Womanhood helpful? Please consider […]

It’s Here! “Queen of the Home” Ebook Launch, Sale, and Huge Giveaway Package!

| November 28, 2014

It’s here!  Queen of the Home is now available as an ebook! Queen of the Home was originally published in hardcover in 2011 but is currently out of print. We are hoping to release a new hardcover edition next year, but in the meantime we are delighted to make this slightly updated and revised ebook version available! Do you need some […]

Feminists Go Bonkers Over Kirsten Dunst’s One, Simple Comment

| April 12, 2014

The left seems to count on Hollywood stars to toe the ideological line, reacting harshly whenever a celebrity shows any sign of independent thought. Actress Kirsten Dunst was among the latest targets following a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar. By embracing a view that was almost universally shared among Americans just a few generations ago, she faced […]

Authentic Feminine Excellence

| February 7, 2014

By Angela Miceli Women should not view professional success and loving motherhood as at odds with each other. Instead, women ought to cultivate an authentic and creative form of excellence that engages the whole person, with all her talents, in relation with others. In her recent First Things article, Elizabeth Corey makes a bold critique of contemporary […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

Inferior or Equal?

| December 17, 2013

What is the biblical view of a woman? Is she a man’s equal, his superior, or his inferior? Modern extreme feminism places women in authority over men, while traditional Darwinian evolution places women far below men.1 And since the Bible directs that a wife be in submission to her husband, even Christians may wonder, “Is the woman inferior […]

Men and Women are not equal.

| September 2, 2013

Thanks, Matt Walsh. This is spot on: In the last couple of days I’ve been told a thousand times by a thousand different folks that feminism is simply “the belief that men and women are equal.” Then these same people will kindly inform me that I am a feminist, whether I think so or not. […]

In defense of ‘leaning out': Moms differ in defining success

| March 20, 2013

Absolutely spot-on: In her book “Lean In,” Sheryl Sandberg blames women for subconsciously self-selecting out of career tracks that lead to the corner office and the big bucks. By being fearful, unassertive, and hedging their bets in favor of flexibility for kids many of them don’t yet have, Sandberg says that women themselves are largely responsible for […]

After Steubenville: 25 Things Our Sons need to know about Manhood

| March 20, 2013

From the gifted Ann Voskamp of A Holy Experience–the best thing I’ve read on this terrible crime: When you’re the mother of four sons, Steubenville is about us. Steubenville is about having a conversation with sons about hard things and asking you to do holy things. Because a Steubenville doesn’t begin with football and it doesn’t begin […]

Testimony of Col. John W. Ripley to the Presidential Commission on the Assignment of Women in the Armed Forces

| February 2, 2013

This testimony is nearly 20 years old but so relevant right now: I feel I have a basis upon which to comment, and I would like to read this statement: First of all, this subject should not be argued from the standpoint of gender differences. It should not be argued from the standpoint of female […]

Women at War

| January 30, 2013

Steven Wedgeworth has brought everything down to what’s at the core of the women-in-combat issue: G.K. Chesterton once wrote, “Feminists are, as their name implies, opposed to anything feminine.” We are now seeing this come to its most poignant fulfillment, as “women’s equality” has reached the point of the US government putting them in full […]

Queen of the Home Giveaway!

| January 8, 2013

Could you use some fresh vision and encouragement as a wife, mother and homemaker this year? I’m giving away five copies of  my book  Queen of the Home: Essays, Poetry and Quotes on the Honor, Power and Nobility of Biblical Womanhood In past generations, the role of wife and mother was viewed as a sacred calling. […]

“The Woman’s Place”

| July 19, 2012

[Editor’s Note: This is a post from the original LAF site that I meant to bring over to the new one but forgot. After a couple of reader requests, I managed to locate the original file. This is excellent material and illustrates why robust biblical womanhood negates any “need” for feminism. Women are already “empowered” thanks […]