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Terri Stovall

Terri Stovall serves as the Dean of Women’s Programs at Southwestern Seminary. She co-authored the book Women Leading Women. Terri and her husband Jay enjoy riding motorcycles and roller coasters.

How {TO} Be a Bridezilla

By on July 17, 2014 in Marriage with 1 Comment
How {TO} Be a Bridezilla

My journey in ministry has taken me through a variety of positions and responsibilities. During one of God’s more creative (or comical) times in my life I served a very large church as their food service director, special events coordinator, and wedding coordinator. Our church was a popular venue for weddings and the large membership […]

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One Proud Mama Bear

By on May 13, 2014 in Relationships with 0 Comments
One Proud Mama Bear

If you are a follower of Christ, and God has not placed a child in your arms or your home, you are still called to mother. God hasn’t short-changed you in the motherhood department.

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Because Sunday’s Coming

By on April 17, 2014 in Faith, Jesus with 1 Comment
Because Sunday’s Coming

On this Maundy Thursday, we pause to remember the Last Supper between Jesus and His disciples. Many around that table had no idea what the next 24 hours would bring.  But, I often wonder what was going through the hearts and minds of those who loved Jesus as they stood watching, possibly feeling hopeless and […]

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I Hear You, Candace! Sometimes, You Just Can’t Win

By on March 20, 2014 in Biblical Womanhood with 7 Comments
I Hear You, Candace! Sometimes, You Just Can’t Win

On Monday, Full House star Candace Cameron Bure made her debut performance on Dancing With The Stars (DWTS for those in the know). D.J. Tanner has grown up! I have been watching Candace for several months now. She first caught my attention with the release of her new book, Balancing It All: My Story of […]

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Jesus Feminist…What’s the Big Deal?

By on January 30, 2014 in Biblical Womanhood, Feminism with 4 Comments
Jesus Feminist…What’s the Big Deal?

I love a good story, don’t you? I especially love to hear the stories of women and what God has done in their lives. Let’s head outside. I want us to sit around a fire pit ringed with stones and watch the moon move over the Pacific. I want us to drink good red wine, […]

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Disappointed in Santa

By on December 5, 2013 in Holiday with 2 Comments
Disappointed in Santa

I have a confession to make. Christmastime transforms me into a giddy child all over again. I love everything about Christmas. I love the music, the lights, the nativity scenes, the advent candles, the smells, the food (can you say, “Christmas tamales!”), the movies, and even the old classic television Christmas specials. You know the […]

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Have You Facebook-Proofed Your Marriage?

By on September 26, 2013 in Culture, Relationships with 0 Comments
Have You Facebook-Proofed Your Marriage?

Social networking – few things have so defined and shaped our culture. From Facebook to Twitter to Pinterest, it seems like everyone who is anyone has one, if not multiple, ways to stay connected. Whether it is looking at pictures of family celebrations, grandparents keeping up with grandchildren, businesses and ministries promoting themselves or reminiscing […]

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The Secret Lives of Christian Swingers

By on September 19, 2013 in Marriage with 3 Comments
The Secret Lives of Christian Swingers

A few years ago, the Ashley Madison website made waves through the Christian community.  The site told people that having an affair would, in fact, be good for a marriage rather than harmful.  Most who spoke against it talked about the sometimes-irreparable damage it would cause on marriages.  But, one of the questions that started […]

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Being Women in a Miley Cyrus World

By on August 29, 2013 in Culture, Sexuality with 3 Comments
Being Women in a Miley Cyrus World

Thomas Couture was an 18th century French artist best known for his work, Romans in the Decadence of the Empire.  At the center of the painting, a woman lays outstretched, drawing all eyes to her. Surrounding her are people engaged in all types of lascivious behavior, abandoning themselves to all the vices that supposedly led […]

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Where They Are Now, Where We’re All Headed

By on August 22, 2013 in Education, Ministry with 4 Comments
Where They Are Now, Where We’re All Headed

Women have been created in the image of God and have been given a role to fulfill. Women can do anything they have been gifted and called to do within the boundaries and guidelines that God has placed. We serve a loving, creative God who is using women to impact this world for Him in a […]

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