Are you a proud woman or a broken woman? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth helps you honestly examine your heart with a series of penetrating comparisons of proud women vs. broken women. “Broken women continually sense their need for a fresh encounter with God and a fresh filling of His Holy Spirit,” Nancy says. Watch and ask yourself if you reflect the characteristics of a proud woman … Continue reading Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: Proud Women and Broken Women
“It is right to be patient and kind, but Christian character has a firmness to it that does not meekly step aside when walking in the right. We must learn to live out biblical joy and love and submission within the context of a world packed with people who have, in many ways, set themselves up in opposition to their Creator. We need to learn … Continue reading Highlands Ministries: Don’t Be Too Nice
[Editor’s Note: Some encouraging words from one of our favorite sites. Thanks Nancy.] Given the surprising (and apparently sudden) changes in what our country is now considering to be “moral” government-approved behavior, I thought it was time for a pep talk. Most of you all are probably a lot like me. It hasn’t been difficult to live like a Christian woman even in a culture … Continue reading feminia girls: Shine it!
Given by the mother of King Lemuel to her son
For generations, modern culture has chosen to believe the lie that women and men should be considered equal in every way. We can date this fabrication back at least to the Women’s Suffragette Movement of the early 1900’s, if not all the way back to Eve, who chose to believe Satan rather than God, thus establishing the foundation for modern-day feminism. The separate roles God created “in the beginning” for each sex have largely been spurned by our culture and substituted with a false idea of equality that in no way resembles God’s original plan, when He created woman from the rib of man and arranged for future humans to spring from the womb of woman, thus establishing a healthy co-dependency for the continuance of life. Continue reading “In Defense of Noble Womanhood”
Editor’s note: Paul Washer covers the many influences that challenge womanhood. He’ll have you laughing as he shares his thoughts on Jane Austen, Cindy Crawford, Make-up and a few humorous anecdotes. Be sure to watch to the end and go beyond the sobering start. If there is two things I could say about our society, and here the United States and Canada are pretty much … Continue reading Recovering Womanhood