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Theology Thursday: Did Jesus Actually Claim to Be God?

Theology Thursday: Did Jesus Actually Claim to Be God?

By on June 30, 2016 in Theology with 1 Comment

It was probably the most frustrating conversation I’d had since the time I tried to explain how I forgot to snip the security tag out of my clothes and that’s what was making the alarm go off! (Another story for another day…) She was intelligent, well spoken, and passionate. She knew her stuff. She even knew a […]

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Who Is Influencing Your Life?

Who Is Influencing Your Life?

By on June 28, 2016 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

Who are the greatest influences in your life? Perhaps you have several—one influencer may excel professionally, another in raising children, another in hospitality and yet another in Bible knowledge. I am blessed to have a number of Biblical and earthly influencers who provide me with the stimulus to walk worthy of my calling (Ephesians 1:1-3). […]

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ICYMI: How and Why We Must Engage in Cultural Issues

By on June 23, 2016 in Culture with 1 Comment

ICYMI = IN CASE YOU MISSED IT … Do you ever wonder whether or not it’s worth talking about issues in the news? It may be easy to bury our heads in the sand. But, as ministers of reconciliation, we must not be silent (2 Cor 5:11-21). We must keep engaging women on the issues they are talking […]

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What does Lydia’s example show us about women in ministry?

What does Lydia’s example show us about women in ministry?

By on June 21, 2016 in Biblical Womanhood with 0 Comments

Women in Paul’s Ministry Women are also part of the ministry God gave Paul. Paul has received a lot of negative attention for his teaching on women in ministry. He has been accused of being a sexist, male chauvinist pig who sought to belittle women in their desire to worship and serve God. But, was […]

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Three Issues Facing Women Today

Three Issues Facing Women Today

By on June 17, 2016 in About, Culture with 1 Comment

Growing up in the McCoy household I was known for being what I like to call “domestically challenged.” My attempts to be Martha Stewart often ended up more like the children’s story heroine, Amelia Bedelia! (Remember those books?) There was the time I folded and put away the dirty laundry. The time I unloaded and […]

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The Value of Truth in a World Full of Lies

The Value of Truth in a World Full of Lies

By on June 14, 2016 in Culture with 1 Comment

THE VALUE OF TRUTH IN A WORLD FULL OF LIES Have you seen the video that went viral in mid-April where Joseph Backholm, the Director of the Family Policy Institute of Washington, interviewed several college students at the University of Washington about his identity? Backholm is clearly an adult male who is under 6 feet […]

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“To Do” vs. “To Be”

“To Do” vs. “To Be”

By on June 9, 2016 in Christian Life with 1 Comment

On any given day, you could come to my home and find a “To Do” list. I sometimes base how my day has gone on whether or not this list is completed. A few months ago I was reading Jennifer Rothschild’s Bible study on Hosea. In it she challenged her readers to make a “To […]

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The “Why” of Modesty

The “Why” of Modesty

By on June 7, 2016 in Christian Life with 3 Comments

Modesty. It’s an out-of-style word that makes most people cringe, even in the Church. Debates about modesty have divided believers for years. But, no matter how long you search, there is not a list of do’s and don’ts in the Bible pertaining to modesty. There isn’t a skirt length or style listed for all Christian […]

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When I Doubt My Decision To Be a Stay-At-Home-Mom

When I Doubt My Decision To Be a Stay-At-Home-Mom

By on June 2, 2016 in Family and Parenting with 3 Comments

Y’all, I’m gonna be real… Being a fairly young, fairly new mom, the repercussions of my decision to primarily stay home from outside work to raise my son are still fresh to my heart. And there was a recent period of time where I really struggled to fully embrace God’s calling on my life to […]

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Choosing to Commit to a Summer of Contentment

Choosing to Commit to a Summer of Contentment

By on May 31, 2016 in Personal Growth with 0 Comments

Developing a heart of contentment can be challenging even in the midst of the summer season when the living is supposed to be “easy”. Contentment is defined as “having an ease of mind or satisfaction.”[1] Contentment, from a biblical perspective, is much more than mere satisfaction with life. For the Christian woman the dictionary definition […]

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