His Wisdom for Her World

What You Need to Know About the Holocaust in North Korea

By on August 17, 2017 in Global Issues with 1 Comment

The Holocaust. Just the mention of that word conjures up images of the horrific crimes perpetrated at the hands of the Nazi regime. As a high school student, I visited the Holocaust museum in Washington, D.C., and I was horrified and outraged. The pictures of the experiments conducted on human beings haunt me to this day. […]

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It Takes 5 Seconds to Get Right With God

By on August 15, 2017 in Christian Life with 2 Comments

“It takes 5 seconds to get right with God.”  I said as she stared at me blankly. “5 seconds.  Not an hour, not a week, not a day, not 30 minutes, not even one minute.  Just five seconds.” It had been an hour since Patty knocked on my door, hoping to find the answers to […]

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Why the “Saltwater Gospel” Isn’t Enough

By on August 10, 2017 in Theology with 1 Comment

In 2016, “Saltwater Gospel” was released by country artists The Eli Young Band. This single was the first release off of their fifth studio album. As a native Florida girl who has a deep and abiding love for the sun and saltwater, their song struck a chord with me—resonating with me and grieving me at […]

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A {Real} Solution to a Complaining Heart

By on August 8, 2017 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

“What are you writing about, momma?” one of my daughters asked innocently as I began working on this piece. “Complaining,” I replied. With a concerned look on her face, she said, “Oh. Are you going to name any names?” While I initially laughed at her response, it reminded me of the broad scope of this […]

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Four Myths of “Living Together”

By on August 4, 2017 in Dating, Relationships, Singleness with 5 Comments

I still remember the week of my wedding. I had just graduated from seminary and needed to move out of student housing. So, Jay, my then-fiancé, moved me into the home he had just rented for us. My family was in town for the wedding, and after an evening in our home of dinner, laughter, […]

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How to Lay Hold of Lasting Hope

By on August 1, 2017 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

Hope: The Anchor for Your Soul What an anchor provides for a ship, hope provides for the soul. Both provide necessary stability amidst the storms of life, something to hold on to should you find yourself floundering in the ditch of despair. Although the popular understanding of hope is an optimistic wish that something good […]

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How to Overcome Anxiety

By on July 27, 2017 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

Editor’s Note: What do you worry about? What floods you with a sense of panic or dread? Underneath our chronic worry, we often find a driving need for control – control over our future, our family, our health, our finances, our time, our whole lives. And yet, we’re surrounded by things we can’t control. (Just drive a few minutes […]

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“We Can Trust That God’s Word Has Spoken Clearly”

By on July 25, 2017 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

[S]ince this is a book on how feminism impacts womanhood, you might be wondering how the gospel has anything to do with feminism. You get how the gospel gives us hope in our weakness, but feminism is an ideology. How does the gospel have anything to say about that? As an ideology, feminism is rooted […]

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How Would Your Life Change If You Did “This One Thing”?

By on July 20, 2017 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

Editor’s Note: If ever there was a man who knew his purpose in life, it was Paul. By all outward appearances, he had it all together. His religious resume was perfectly pristine (Phil 3:3-7). Yet, for Paul, all of his accolades and status were worthless compared to knowing Christ – literally, Paul said they were like dung! If […]

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Saving Jane’s Soul … 8 Women of Faith

By on July 18, 2017 in Women's History with 0 Comments

It is February 10 in the year 1554. We are in a room in the Tower of London, where the Lady Jane Gray (1537-1554), who had been Queen of England for little over a week the previous year – from July 10-19, 1553 – is imprisoned. She has been condemned to death by her cousin […]

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