A Ministry of Southwestern Seminary's Women's Programs

Latest Posts from Jessica Pigg

Building For Eternity

After countless trips of gathering sand and water, my sand castle was finally standing tall. But, I quickly noticed that the ocean waves were coming increasingly closer to overtaking it. With great panic, I began building a wall-like barrie... Read More »

Making Your Home A Place of Delight

A while ago I was flipping through the stations on the television when I came across a show on HGTV that was all about how to accomplish big style in small spaces. They were featuring beautiful lofts and studio spaces in several prominent c... Read More »

You Don’t Have to Burn Out In Serving Jesus

By the age of twenty, I was a young pastor’s wife thrown headfirst into the deep end of ministry. Although I knew what ministry entailed, I thought the difficult times wouldn’t come until at least ten years down the road. That was defin... Read More »

Why Your Home Is A Platform God Wants to Use

What is a home? To the architect, it is a collection of design features. To the contractor, it’s the assembly and collection of building materials. To an interior designer, it is a blank canvas for textures, colors, and accessories to b... Read More »

Are You Resolved?

Flourish. Believe. Grow. Rooted. What is your resolution or word for 2018? In 1716, Jonathan Edwards penned a list of seventy “resolutions”. Unlike most New Year’s Resolutions, these were rooted in a humble desire to obey God’s ... Read More »

Why Your Life Needs a “Red Door”

According to early American history, a red door signified that a home was welcoming. The red door was a way of communicating to tired travelers, traveling by horse and buggy, that this was a safe place to rest for the night and have a warm ... Read More »

How to See the Need Behind the Mask

Earlier this year, “Church Clothes” was released by country artist Kelleigh Bannen. The song follows a couple who attend a Sunday morning worship service and act like everything about their marriage is as perfect and put together as the... Read More »

Eating a Meal with Jesus

“The Son of Man has come eating and drinking, and you say, ‘Look, a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners!’” (Luke 7:34) Why did Jesus come? He came to serve, to give His life as a ransom, to seek and save t... Read More »

Have We Complicated Discipleship?

Simon, Andrew, James and John were among the first men Jesus called to follow Him and to be His disciples. Simon and Andrew were fishermen by trade, and might have known Jesus before their encounter by the Sea of Galilee. When Jesus called... Read More »

The Subtle Dangers of Social Media

Each day, we walk into a battlefield of comparison. From perfectly posed Instagram pictures to carefully worded Facebook posts, we compare our worst moments to the seemingly “best” moments of others. We scrutinize what our friends and o... Read More »