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Biblical Womanhood

What A Type-A, Driven, Military Woman Thinks About Biblical Womanhood

By on November 14, 2017 in Biblical Womanhood with 1 Comment

I have always been the bearer of Type-A personality. As a military member, such a personality pays dividends. “Type-A’ers” recognize problems and thrust themselves into developing solutions. Due to possessing the gift of leadership and having a knack for planning and executing tasks, the military was an ideal fit for me. God opened doors for […]

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Celebrating Women

These 12 aspects of biblical womanhood are the counter-cultural convictions that guide us as we strive to live out His wisdom in our 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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Submission: A Beautiful Picture of the Gospel

By on November 1, 2016 in Biblical Womanhood with 0 Comments

Last weekend I had the privilege of speaking at a women’s retreat. I spoke on my favorite topic: biblical womanhood. Of course, there are many facets to being a biblical woman, and today I want to address one of those. Submission. Depending on your background, just reading the word “submission” brings either comfort or fear. […]

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Worshipping God as Women in His Image

By on October 4, 2016 in Biblical Womanhood, Theology with 3 Comments

We live on a conservation where the canopy of trees stretches back as far as I can see. Sitting on my back porch, I’m immersed in nature. I can hear grasshoppers chirping in unison while the breeze rustles through the leaves. Occasional birds chirp like melodic, timed bells. Wispy white clouds are painted across the […]

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How I Changed My Definition of Beauty and Learned to Love My Wrinkles

Standing in front of the mirror after my twins were born, the six months of sleepless nights were written in the crevices of my eyes and the sullen appearance of my skin. Motherhood was taking it’s toll on me — mentally, physically and now in the form of some brand new wrinkles on my face. […]

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What does Lydia’s example show us about women in ministry?

By on June 21, 2016 in Biblical Womanhood with 0 Comments

Women in Paul’s Ministry Women are also part of the ministry God gave Paul. Paul has received a lot of negative attention for his teaching on women in ministry. He has been accused of being a sexist, male chauvinist pig who sought to belittle women in their desire to worship and serve God. But, was […]

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Deborah: Lessons In Extending Influence and Leading in Appropriate Ways

By on November 17, 2015 in Biblical Womanhood with 0 Comments

Deborah, whose Hebrew name means “bee” or “wasp,” is a woman to be admired and praised for her commitment to the God of Israel and to His people. She made her appearance in history at a strategic time when her nation was paralyzed by fear and devoid of leadership. One should not be surprised that […]

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You = Woman of Influence

By on March 19, 2015 in Biblical Womanhood with 1 Comment

Last fall I got to lead a study on biblical womanhood with a fabulous group of student wives. As we looked at everything the Bible has to say about being a woman, a definite pattern emerged. In the lives of all the individual women we read about, there was one theme running through the pages […]

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What's So Bad About The Term "Helper"?

By on March 10, 2015 in Biblical Womanhood with 10 Comments

The burning question for women today is that of identity. Who am I? What is my worth? Am I really significant? Can I be used? Beginning in Genesis, we see that, as a woman, we have meaning and significance in the kingdom of God. Not only are we created for this purpose, but we were […]

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