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.

Holiness in a Hook-Up Culture

By on July 10, 2012 in Culture with 0 Comments

A few months ago I heard an eye-opening presentation by Dr. Joe McIlhaney, a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist, who came to speak to our college students at Southwestern about what he has observed over his lengthy career caring for girls and women. His conclusion? Western culture has stopped protecting its girls. He argues that we […]

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Feminist Fairy Tales

By on June 12, 2012 in Culture, Feminism with 0 Comments

As a young child with a very active imagination, I used to love a good fairy tale, often picturing myself as Snow White or Sleeping Beauty or even Ariel getting rescued by the handsome prince.  And if you, like me, enjoy fairy tales, this has been quite a year in entertainment! ABC’s Once Upon a […]

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Redeeming the Time

By on May 8, 2012 in Personal Growth with 0 Comments

 Summer – it’s a word that causes students to dream of days with no alarm clocks jarring them from peaceful slumber and to dream of nights spent hanging with friends instead of cramming for exams or writing last minute papers.  Three whole months of freedom! Truth be told, students are not the only ones who […]

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Should You Teach a Mixed Bible Study?

By on April 4, 2012 in Biblical Womanhood, Ministry with 20 Comments

Should A Woman Teach a Mixed Adult Bible Study? Over the last few years, I have heard many different variations of the question about whether a woman should teach adult men and women in Bible study: Should a woman teach a mixed adult Bible study – a Sunday school class, Bible study, or small group? […]

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A Love That Endures: The Legacy of Ann, Sarah, and Emily Judson

By on February 14, 2012 in Education with 0 Comments

“Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails,” 1 Cor. 13:7-8a. Edward Judson, one of the sons of Adoniram and Sarah Judson, remarked, “There are very few of those who have gone out from this country as missionaries who are not indebted to Mr. Judson for his […]

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Before You Swallow The Pill

By on January 17, 2012 in Culture, Feminism, Sexuality, Women's Issues with 0 Comments

Consider these stories that have been in the news recently:  On January 10th, a Texas court overturned the ban against the law that requires a woman seeking an abortion to undergo a sonogram.[1] While this ruling is a great victory, the Center for Reproductive Rights has vowed to fight the appeals court ruling. Just last […]

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Does Your Church Look Down on Youth?

By on November 15, 2011 in Ministry with 0 Comments

Mary Jones was born in Wales in 1784 and came to know the Lord at the age of 8. Her family did not own a Bible, and the nearest one was over 2 miles away. She had such a hunger to study God’s Word that she saved up for years, and it wasn’t until she […]

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A Living Obituary

By on October 20, 2011 in Faith with 0 Comments

What would your obituary say if you were to die today? What would your legacy be? Would people remember your passion for Christ, your love for others, your heart for the outcasts? Or, would they remember your negative attitude, your short temper, your sharp tongue? What would your family say about you? Your friends? Your […]

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