A Ministry of Southwestern Seminary's Women's Programs

Tag: culture

I Am Woman…I Don’t Have To Roar

Woman’s strength, even invincibility, are among the qualities that our culture identities as giving a woman value, especially in considering her value as a man’s equal.[1] Consider the “We Can Do it!” poster featuring Rosie the Rive... Read More »

How I Recognized And Repented Of My Own Racial Prejudice

Over the last few years, there have been numerous articles, books, sermons, and conferences on racial reconciliation from a Christian worldview. And they’ve called to my mind some of the things that God has taught me personally about ... Read More »

Loving The Muslim Woman Like Jesus Loved the Samaritan Woman

Ramadan is the holiest month of the Muslim calendar involving ritual fasting and doing extra deeds to earn favor from Allah. This year, it began on May 15th and ends June 14th.  During this month, Muslims will give extra to the poor, serv... Read More »

How The Sexual Revolution Will Affect Our Culture

“In the early twentieth century, the British social scientist J.D. Unwin conducted a massive study of six major civilizations and eighty lesser societies covering five thousand years of history in order to understand how sexual behavi... Read More »

What You Need to Know About The Nashville Statement

Do you have questions about transgenderism in our culture today? Have you wondered whether the simple truths of Scripture can speak to all of the gender confusion happening in our world? Last week, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commiss... Read More »

Three Issues Facing Women Today

Growing up in the McCoy household I was known for being what I like to call “domestically challenged.” My attempts to be Martha Stewart often ended up more like the children’s story heroine, Amelia Bedelia! (Remember those books?)... Read More »

Getting a Handle on Halloween

Halloween is one of the fastest growing retail and entertainment industries, now recognized as the second largest commercial holiday in the United States. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), 157 million Americans plan to cele... Read More »

Wombs For Sale: The Next Debate in Same-Sex Marriage

In the aftermath of legalized same-sex marriage, Americans may soon face a new ethical dilemma: commercial surrogacy. As Christopher White reports in his article on The Public Discourse, Surrogacy and Same-Sex Marriage: A Tale of Two Countr... Read More »

Opening the Sieve

I remember the moment very well. I don’t know the time or date, but I was sitting with my two oldest girls watching a show on our favorite network about people buying and selling houses. The next episode came on and the “couple” buyin... Read More »

G.I. Joes and Guarding Baby Jesus

Christmas is a time of celebration and traditions.  Because we have blended traditions at our house – mine, my husband’s, American, and Filipino (from our mission field) – we have many.  But there is one tradition that is perhaps a ... Read More »