In our society we are constantly bombarded with information from all directions, which oftentimes leaves us more confused than informed. When found in this situation, are you able to evaluate what you hear, or are you vulnerable to faulty thinking?
Does it make a difference if Christian women are reverent or irreverent? Is it just an antiquated idea, impractical for our day?
Have you ever considered how loving your husband and family can be a way to display the gospel to a watching world? According to the apostle Paul, this counter-cultural view of home life should be core teaching for every woman, whether married or single.
We all know we could use more self-control in many areas of our life . . . Eating that whole bag of chips or downing an entire carton of ice cream may bring momentary pleasure, but it doesn’t leave us with long-term joy or satisfaction. So where do we get the will power to say “no” to temptation and “yes” to Christ?
Is virtue a leftover morality from another era? Regardless of what the world may say, purity—and not just sexual purity—is a big deal for the believer in Christ.
As women, our roles and responsibilities vary from those of men and may change from season to season, so how do we know where to devote our energy each day?
Kindness is especially important for a believer because it is a reflection of the kindness God has shown to us. Have you ever stopped to think about the impact you can have by extending the love of Christ to a hurting world?
Submission . . . probably one of the most controversial issues among Christians, a word that many women would rather hold as far away as possible. But is our understanding of this trait based on the biblical definition or on the world’s opinion?
What kind of legacy are you leaving? Who will be carrying the torch of biblical womanhood once you’re gone? It’s important to take the initiative, whether you’re younger or older, to invest in the younger women God has placed in your life.