His Wisdom for Her World

Amanda Walker

Amanda Walker is a teacher, pastor’s wife, and mother. She holds both a Master of Arts in Christian education with a concentration in women’s ministry and biblical counseling (2006) and a Doctor of Educational Ministry in Educational Leadership (2013) from Southwestern. She lives in Ruston, Louisiana, where she serves alongside her husband, Chris, who is a university and missions pastor. She is passionate about discipling young women to become ambassadors for Christ. However, her greatest joy is training her children Makaylan, Hannah, and Aaron to engage the culture around them with the truth of the gospel. Amanda is the author of the Bible study Discovering God’s Design: A Journey to Restore Biblical Womanhood. In her free time (what is that?), she enjoys a good chat over a cup of coffee.

Why Intimacy in Marriage is So Much More Than Sex

By on November 3, 2015 in Marriage with 4 Comments

This past week former NFL player and host of “World’s Funniest,” Terry Crews, was interviewed on Huffington Post Live. He admitted that he and his wife just completed a 90-day fast from sex. After seeing the shock on the interviewer’s face, he made this statement: “I found that at the end of that 90 days […]

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Come Into the Light

By on September 29, 2015 in Christian Life with 1 Comment

Three months ago, Ashley Madison was not a household name. Now, it’s almost impossible to turn on the TV or get on the internet without seeing some mention of the information leak that happened last month. In case you are one of the few who is still unaware of the scandal, let me inform you. […]

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Why We Can't Stop Unveiling the Truth Behind Planned Parenthood

By on August 13, 2015 in Culture with 2 Comments

Over the past few weeks the abortion debate revitalized with the release of five videos by The Center for Medical Progress, an anti-abortion group. These videos describe the gruesome selling of aborted baby organs for research. As a mother of two girls and a little boy on the way, these videos hit a nerve with me. […]

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Fear, Anxiety, and the Proverbs 31 Woman

By on June 24, 2015 in Christian Life with 1 Comment

Fear and Anxiety. I know these demons well. I don’t remember a time in my life where I haven’t fought them. Some days they lie in the recesses of my mind and heart but never truly rear their ugly heads. And, some days they threaten to take over and seek to blackmail me into spiritual, […]

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How Much of Jesus Do We Want?

By on April 7, 2015 in Faith, Jesus with 0 Comments

This past Sunday I got to share the Lord’s Supper with my church family. I always enjoy this time, but there was something different about this one. Instead of quiet contemplation and examination, I was more distracted by my oldest daughter’s presence. I was keenly aware of her movements and especially her questions. I decided […]

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A Theology of Mealtime

By on March 3, 2015 in Family and Parenting with 5 Comments

Last weekend my mother and I had the amazing opportunity to attend Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Art of Homemaking Conference. As God would have it, the conference came at the perfect time. We all go through seasons, some difficult and some easy. And, this particular season has been difficult for me…especially in motherhood. I have […]

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Lies Stay-at-Home Moms Believe

By on January 15, 2015 in Family and Parenting with 2 Comments

Nearly four years ago, God shook my world through a six-pound ball of joy…my firstborn. Considering I was not “supposed” to have children, I was surprised, humbled, overwhelmed, and in complete awe that God would allow me the opportunity to carry and give birth to a daughter. The newborn season was a sweet season and […]

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How to {Emotionally} Survive The Holidays

By on December 11, 2014 in Emotions, Holiday with 0 Comments

It is officially that time of year again…the holidays. For many women this is the season they look forward to all year. They cannot wait for the smell of pumpkin or pecan pie baking in the oven, the beautiful leaves that eventually fall to the ground, or the first taste of Starbucks® peppermint mocha (my […]

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Why Motherhood Matters

By on November 20, 2014 in BW Statement, Family and Parenting with 0 Comments

Children – We believe that investing in the next generation is every woman’s task; that women are uniquely gifted to nurture, teach, and train children; that children, as blessings from the Lord, are the most worthy investments for a woman’s energies whether as biological, adopted, or spiritual children (Deut 6:1-25; Prov 31:21, 28; 2 Tim 1:5; […]

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Resting in the Midst of Crazy

By on October 28, 2014 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

Several months ago, a friend asked me to speak to our local MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group. My initial reaction was an enthusiastic, “YES!” Then, I asked her the topic. I became less enthusiastic when I realized she wanted me to speak on rest and how to experience rest in the midst of everyday life. […]

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