His Wisdom for Her World

Terri Stovall

How to Live Life Without an (*)

By on May 30, 2017 in Christian Life with 2 Comments

If you are a sports fan (or your husband is) you know the importance sports records hold with fans. I have heard many animated discussions over the records of players, especially in the sport of baseball. A relatively new phenomenon related to sports records, however, is the introduction of the asterisk (*).  An asterisk next […]

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Where Do Women Serve?

By on May 4, 2017 in Education with 0 Comments

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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Sisters, What Happened To Your Dreams?

By on April 20, 2017 in Faith with 0 Comments

On my desk at work sits a stuffed, purple dragon with orange horns and wings. His name is Figment, as in a Figment of your Imagination. He is a Disney-created character that can only be found at Epcot in Walt Disney World. Figment is a favorite of mine and sits on my desk to remind […]

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The Secret Lives of Christian Swingers

By on November 15, 2016 in Marriage with 58 Comments

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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Alone at the Leadership Summit

By on October 6, 2016 in Ministry with 0 Comments

I have heard leadership likened to mountain climbing: Depending on the height of the mountain, the closer to the summit one climbs, the harder it gets. The air is thinner, the winds blow stronger, and the burdens rest on your shoulders more heavily as fewer people have climbed to the upper peaks. Some who have […]

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…But Love the Sinner

By on July 12, 2016 in Christian Life with 2 Comments

There is a popular statement among Christians, “Hate the sin but love the sinner.” A cliché that rolls easily off the tongue, too often this can become a banner that we wish to fly whenever we encounter people who are involved in life choices and behaviors that are sinful, helping us soften our own responsibility […]

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Adultery, Divorce, and The Believer

By on March 31, 2016 in Marriage with 4 Comments

She sat in my office and tearfully told me she was leaving seminary to go fight for her marriage. This promising student, let’s call her Shari, had discovered her husband was the epitome of unfaithfulness. The details are not important other than to say it involved adultery, deceit, an unplanned pregnancy, and a wounding that […]

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Christmas Dishes and Wishes

By on December 3, 2015 in Holiday with 1 Comment

Christmas dishes. That’s what I wanted – my very own set of Christmas dishes. The pattern I wanted was going to be on sale for an unbelievable price on the day after Thanksgiving…aka “Black Friday.” I talked my mother and my sister-in-law into helping me and we were at the doors of the department store […]

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Getting a Handle on Halloween

By on October 22, 2015 in Culture with 4 Comments

Halloween is one of the fastest growing retail and entertainment industries, now recognized as the second largest commercial holiday in the United States. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), 157 million Americans plan to celebrate Halloween in some way, spending a total of $6.9 billion dollars this year alone. And lest you think this […]

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Get Off the Rollercoaster: 4 Ways to Practice Biblical Discernment

By on September 3, 2015 in Christian Life with 4 Comments

I am fascinated with rollercoasters and I love riding them. Did you know that, when a rollercoaster is being constructed, if the builders of the coaster are off even a half inch at the start of the first lift hill, they can be off as much as 3 feet at the top, depending how tall […]

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