A Ministry of Southwestern Seminary's Women's Programs

Tag: Gospel

What I Learned During My First Years of Marriage

Before I got married, people told me that the first few years of marriage would be difficult. Sound familiar? You probably have heard this too. But, the first few years of my marriage  were nothing short of a special blessing in my life. T... Read More »

Why We Can Embrace Our Difficulties

The words “joy” or “rejoice” appear 15 times in the short book of Philippians. But when the Apostle Paul wrote his letter to the believers at Philippi, he was sitting in a prison…not exactly happy circumstan... 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 »

Dear Creative Christian…

Dear Creative Christian, Yes, I’m talking to you. The woman who delves into the arts. The artist with paint splotches hiding beneath your bangs. The musician whose fingers continually drum to the beat of the song running through your head... Read More »

Come As You Are

The story of “The Fall of Man” in Genesis 3 was never an interesting story to me… until I realized that it was my story, too. I know the story. God creates the world, and it’s good. God creates man, and it’s very good. And then ma... Read More »

“We Can Trust That God’s Word Has Spoken Clearly”

[S]ince this is a book on how feminism impacts womanhood, you might be wondering how the gospel has anything to do with feminism. You get how the gospel gives us hope in our weakness, but feminism is an ideology. How does the gospel have an... Read More »

Becoming the Women We Want To Be By Practicing Reverence

A Sacred Existence Various translations capture this exhortation from Paul as instructing us “to live in a way that is appropriate for someone serving the Lord” (NLT 1996) and to be “reverent and devout in [our] department as becomes ... Read More »

…But Love the Sinner

There is a popular statement among Christians, “Hate the sin but love the sinner.” A cliché that rolls easily off the tongue, too often this can become a banner that we wish to fly whenever we encounter people who are involved in life ... Read More »

Is Door-To-Door Evangelism Worth It?

The first time I ever went door-to-door to share the gospel with people, I was quite nervous and filled with doubt that this type of witnessing would even work. As a matter of fact, the only reason I was going out was because it was a class... Read More »

Why I'm Glad My Parents Didn't Let Me Choose My Gender

There is a growing trend in the world today that we see repeated in news headlines: Parents choosing to raise their child genderless or as the opposite gender, due to the child’s preference. Simply put, if a little girl says she wishes sh... Read More »