A Ministry of Southwestern Seminary's Women's Programs

Category: Christian Life

Psalm 16: A Fresh Start

The LORD is my chosen portion and my cup; you hold my lot. The lines have fallen for me in pleasant places; indeed, I have a beautiful inheritance. Psalm 16:5-6 As the New Year dawns, many of us are contemplating the past and looking ahead ... Read More »

Don’t Stop At Changing What You Do. Change What You Believe.

Surrounded by the Colorado mountains, Lauryn Maloney-Gepfert is teaching people how to walk. Or rather, I should say, she is teaching people how to walk….again. The physician’s assistant developed a program called Neuroplastic Functiona... Read More »

Red-Letter Words for Red-Letter Days

We all have special days – birthdays, wedding days, and special occasions. For centuries, certain dates have been printed in red on the calendar to indicate they were distinct and worth celebrating. That’s why we call special events... Read More »

Where are you walking, sister?

Sometimes my life feels like a vacation in the Garden of Eden! Because I work at and attend Southwestern Seminary, about 95% of my week is spent among believers. Although this “vacation” is just for a short season of my life, it has bee... Read More »

Psalm 49 Answers My Fear of Not Being Enough

Recently my family has undergone a lot of life changes. Some are good, like the birth of my daughter. Some are sad, like a cross-country move away from friends. Some are just hard. I find, in this season, my heart yearns for something more ... Read More »

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 »

How Crying in Coffee Shop Taught Me About Abiding in Christ

So, it’s funny to find yourself crying at a coffee shop. I don’t mean “haha” funny …because bursting into tears in any public place isn’t fun. However, it’s funny because this is not the first time I found myself crying in a c... Read More »

Trade the Mirage of Lies for the Message of Truth

A few nights ago, my husband and I watched the movie, A Wrinkle in Time, which is based on a book by the same title. I, unlike my husband, have not read the book. So, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Though, at times, I found it to be a litt... Read More »

Lord, Until When? A Plea From Psalm 13

How many times do I find myself in circumstances that make life seem so frustrating? Oftentimes when the word “circumstances” comes to mind, I associate it with situations that are negative.  There are times when a state of affairs lea... Read More »

Ditch Your To-Do List for a To-Be List

On any given day, you could come to my home and find a “To Do” list. I sometimes base how my day has gone on whether or not this list is completed. A while ago I was reading Jennifer Rothschild’s Bible study on Hosea. In it she challe... Read More »