Mary Kassian grew up believing she could do anything boys could do, and the feminist movement confirmed that. Kassian shares how submission to Christ affirms a woman's identity and gives her strength from within.
Chelsea was beautiful and barren, born without a uterus and forever unable to conceive. Could any man really love her?
Abigail Dodds teaches on the beauty of God's good design regarding gender. Hear how single women can be nurturers and life givers in their homes and communities.
Abigail Dodds says that despite the culture's depiction of women as warriors, women's bodies were made to do something very different.
Author Abigail Dodds, a wife and mother to five, talks about the way men and women are inherently different from one another. But, the gifts of the Spirit, she reminds us, can be exhibited by all believers, regardless of gender.
Catherine Parks believes that trust has to be established before a person can truly open up to another, and this applies to marriage. Ultimately our security must come from Christ, and not what others think.
Catherine Parks reveals the surprising secret to deeper relationships. Parks tells what happens when we decide to get real about our sin through repentance and confession.
Marshall Segal talks to singles about the purpose of dating. Segal encourages singles to slow down and thoroughly get to know the person they are interested in.
Marshall Segal knows that most singles want to get married. Segal encourages young women to wait on the Lord and keep their eyes open for men who love godliness.
Author Marshall Segal explains what it means to live and date with purpose. Segalreflects on his single years and the lessons he learned while pursuing love and marriage.
At first I found the KonMari tidying method to be humorous. But my husband says it’s attractive to him when I clean and organize our home.
Barbara Neumann and Dr. Sue Edwards describe what organic mentoring is: a natural, less contrived relationship where one woman listens, encourages, and builds up the other.
Barbara Neumann and Dr. Sue Edwards encourage women to be attentive to the mentoring opportunities around them, and to forget the idea that mentoring has to be structured.
Barbara Neumann and Dr. Sue Edwards encourage women to forget everything they thought they knew about mentoring in order to minister to a younger generation.
It’s hard not to have control, and one thing that we can’t ever determine is what lies ahead.
The story of Mary of Nazareth illustrates that true identity is not found in a job, a spouse, a child, a position, or a possession.
Our culture today has influenced many women to see themselves solely in the context of how they look.
Modern women face tremendous challenges, and we need the same wisdom the book of Proverbs offered to ancient women.
How do you find an "older woman" to encourage you?
A key to experiencing freedom and joy is to replace lies with the truth of God's Word.
Women often end up in bondage to a lie they believe about themselves.
Our unleashed words can be every bit as damaging and destructive as any other kind of aggressive outburst.