A Ministry of Southwestern Seminary's Women's Programs

Tag: weakness

Psalm 23: Miss (In)Dependence

When you think of the word “dependence,” what comes to mind? For many, “dependence” has become a nasty term—one that describes limitations and weaknesses. Women are encouraged to depend on no one but themselves, and our society ch... Read More »

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 »

The Lethal Game of Comparison

The Comparison Game. It’s one we all play. And, in the end, it’s one we all lose. Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, the woman on the latest episode of Fixer Upper – all present the newest ways in which we see what we don’t have... Read More »

Running Headlong {Into} Your Weakness

Life is a strange mix of successes and failures, wins and losses, ups and downs. And human nature tends to shift constantly toward those circumstances, people, hobbies, jobs, etc. that allow us to succeed, because – hey – we all... Read More »