A Ministry of Southwestern Seminary's Women's Programs

Tag: holiness

Beware of This Silent Killer

It was two weeks before my wedding. Like all brides, I was worried about the dress, the invitations, and all of the seemingly small details, yet so big in a woman’s mind when it is her turn to marry, without knowing there was somethin... Read More »

What Is Your “Material For Sacrifice”?

“The Desires Of My Heart” I had been praying for something I wanted very badly. It seemed a good thing to have, a thing that would make life even more pleasant than it was and would not in any way hinder my work. God did not giv... Read More »

The Gritty, Grace-Filled Virtue of Self-Control

“She’s so transparent,” “She is so quick to give grace,” “She’s a great listener,” “She’s got…so much….self-control.” Not the most sought-after compliment for a Christian woman these days; it’s akin to something ... Read More »

Why I Won’t Regret Waiting Until My Wedding Night to Lose My Virginity

I was skimming Facebook the other day when I saw an article with a startling title, “I Waited until My Wedding Night to Lose My Virginity and I Wish I Hadn’t.” It wasn’t posted by the most reliable friend for good reads, so I kept s... Read More »

Why I Won't Regret Waiting Until My Wedding Night to Lose My Virginity

I was skimming Facebook the other day when I saw an article with a startling title, “I Waited until My Wedding Night to Lose My Virginity and I Wish I Hadn’t.” It wasn’t posted by the most reliable friend for good reads, so I kept s... Read More »

Being Women in a Miley Cyrus World

Thomas Couture was an 18th century French artist best known for his work, Romans in the Decadence of the Empire.  At the center of the painting, a woman lays outstretched, drawing all eyes to her. Surrounding her are people engaged in all ... Read More »