A Ministry of Southwestern Seminary's Women's Programs

Leadership Lessons on a Motorcycle

People are often surprised to learn that I ride my own Harley-Davidson motorcycle. I don’t know if their astonishment is fueled by my 5-foot stature, the fact I am a woman, or that my day job just doesn’t fit the image, but I always enj... Read More »

Purse Lessons

In full confession I need to tell you that I don’t actually carry a purse. It’s more like a multifaceted survival kit. It rivals the arsenal for a doomsday-prepper. This purse/tote/bail-out bag is roughly the size of a toddler, potentia... Read More »

Madres profesionales

El mundo tiene muchas opiniones sobre el papel de una madre. Necesitamos ser fuertes, organizadas, independientes y muy buenas en las manualidades. ¡Cuando Dios me eligió para ser mamá, no sabía que Pinterest se iba a convertir en mi m... Read More »

Moving Forward

A couple of weeks ago I had the privilege of returning to a country where I spent two years of my life. I left in 2003, and this was my first time back. As you can imagine, my heart and mind were filled with countless memories of the people... Read More »

Why Should Women Study Theology?

I’ll never forget a poignant “question” I received from a family member when I shared how I was moving to Texas to study theology in a seminary context. This person implicitly stated his opinion about this decision in the form of a qu... Read More »

¡Y las repetirás a tus hijos!

Hace unos días, escuchaba hablar sobre un niño de tan solo 6 años, que en conversaciones con otros amiguitos de su edad, decía muchas palabras soeces.  Y los adultos que lo escuchaban se quedaban sorprendidos de cómo ese pequeño niñ... Read More »

Longing for Change: Our Culture After #MeToo

It’s been over a year since the eruption of the #MeToo movement and much has changed. A year after one major media mogul was fired for sexual misconduct, another major media mogul was fired regarding his sexual misconduct, and there have ... Read More »

Changing the World from Your Front Door

Let’s be honest, hospitality gets a bad rap. We have hijacked the definition of hospitality and replaced it with social entertaining that conjures up ideas of perfectly adorned rooms, dinner parties, and elaborate table settings. But, wha... Read More »


Change doesn’t happen unless you decide to put in the effort. This may seem like a “no-brainer” fact of life, but if you’re anything like me, you sometimes go to bed with the ridiculous notion that tomorrow will be different, not be... Read More »

Eclipse lunar

Salmo 19:1: “Los cielos cuentan la gloria de Dios, y el firmamento anuncia la obra de sus manos”. Hace unos días, aquí en Argentina, se produjo el primer eclipse total de luna del año. Fue todo un acontecimiento que acaparó la atenc... Read More »