His Wisdom for Her World

Candi Finch

Candi’s greatest passion is to see teenagers and women come to know the Lord and become mature disciples of Christ. Several women invested in her life when she was a new believer in high school, and the impact they had on her reminds her daily of the positive influence we can have on others for Christ.

Looking for Satisfaction in all the Wrong Places

By on March 2, 2017 in Christian Life with 2 Comments

Something is Missing In 1988, the British pop band, Fine Young Cannibals, released the fifth single from their album, The Raw and the Crooked. The song, “I’m not Satisfied,” was a telling testimony of how earthly things will never truly bring satisfaction and contentment. These young, secular artists told the story of a man who finds life wanting—his […]

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Is Sexy a Sin?

By on January 17, 2017 in Culture, Sexuality, Women's Issues with 20 Comments

“If you got it, flaunt it!” …So goes the advice to women around the world.

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Shady Ladies of Scripture

By on November 17, 2016 in Biblical Womanhood with 0 Comments

Winston Churchill once said, “Those that fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” I am afraid that we can be guilty of this in our study of Scripture when we cherry pick the stories we study instead of looking at the whole of the God’s Word. When studying women in the Bible, […]

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Christianity Needs More Commandos

By on October 18, 2016 in Education, Ministry with 0 Comments

Off the beaten path in Scotland in the shadow of Ben Nevis lies the Commando Memorial that honors World War II Commando veterans and their families. The monument was erected in 1952, and the small plaque on the front proclaims: “In memory of the officers and men of the commandos who died in the Second […]

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Theology Thursday: Is It Greek to You? Interpreting Romans 16:7

By on September 29, 2016 in Theology with 0 Comments

Greet Andronicus and Junia, my countrymen and my fellow prisoners, who are of note among the apostles, who also were in Christ before me (Rom. 16:7, NKJV). I am willing to guess that you probably have not spent a lot of time pouring over Romans 16:7. In fact, much like the genealogies with lists of […]

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How to Stay S.H.A.R.P. in Ministry

By on July 19, 2016 in Christian Life with 0 Comments

Have you ever tried to cut a tomato with a dull knife? It is a disaster! The effort it takes to slice through the skin of the tomato is frustrating, and if your knife finally breaks through, seeds tend to squirt out in all kinds of directions. The simple truth is that a dull knife […]

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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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The Puzzling Case of Maternal Feminism

By on March 1, 2016 in Feminism with 2 Comments

Have you ever had one of those moments that left you utterly speechless? Rarely has that ever happened to me. That’s not surprising since my childhood nickname was “mouth” (I had many thoughts and opinions to offer my parents from an early age; I am not sure they thought I was as brilliant as I […]

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David Bowie, Glam Rock, and Gender Rebellion

By on January 26, 2016 in Gender with 1 Comment

As many in the world mourn the passing of musical icon and innovator David Bowie from liver cancer on January 10, 2016, the influence of his 1970s, androgynous, glam rock alter ego, Ziggy Stardust, lives on in contemporary discussions about gender.   The Separation of Gender and Sex Even if you are not a child […]

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First Wave Feminism in America

By on October 15, 2015 in Feminism with 4 Comments

Later this month, the movie Suffragette will release in American theaters. I am eagerly awaiting opening weekend to see how the filmmakers portray the early movement of feminism in Great Britain as women fought for the right to vote there. In anticipation of that movie, readers may be interested in learning a bit more about how […]

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