A Ministry of Southwestern Seminary's Women's Programs

“OTIUM SANCTUM”: REST FOR YOUR SOUL

John 10:10b “I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.” Life has a way of flying by you. See if you can relate: It’s Monday morning, you’re rushing to get to work/school, mentally reviewing the tasks scheduled for that... Read More »

Aguarda amando

Aguardar: Esperar a que llegue determinado momento u ocurra determinado hecho (Diccionario Oxford). En la vida aquí en la tierra se vive aguardando. En el día a día, se aguarda o se espera a que sea la hora de ir a trabajar o de ir a la ... Read More »

Congratulations to Our Graduating Southwestern Women!

We are thrilled for and proud of our graduating Southwestern Women! Below are just a few of our female theologians who completed their seminary degrees this year.   Lizzie Carpinteyro Master of Theological Studies “Every investment w... Read More »

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 »