Defacedby Abby Kelly
I find it funny that we incarcerate or fine people for defacing an ancient painting, but call no foul when daily we're told to intentionally alter and deface God's artistic expression in our bodies.
Finding Home-Based Work for Momsby Naomi Ball
If you have more month at the end of your paycheck and need to find work but you know God wants you to stay at home with the kids then this article will help. The options you face are overwhelming, but with a little understanding and a little research you can discover the path you need to take.
The Woman Factorby Stephanie White
The topic of a woman's role has been a controversial topic in the church for generations. If we are going to experience all that God has for us as women, then we are going to have to understand God's Word regarding women.
LOVE ME BUT DON'T CORRECT MEby willetta pilcher
Carolyn sat staring out of the window on a quiet, late October morning with her Bible spread out in her lap. One of the verses she had just read disturbed her. She read the devotional scripture for the day again.
WIN! God Doesn't Make Senseby Shirley Carr
YOU HAVE EVERYTHING INSIDE OF YOU TO WIN! Are you sick of hearing those words without a map for HOW, a navigation system for WHERE, or a smart phone app for WHEN? Consider Skylar Kierra Diggins, third pick for the 2013 WNBA draft.
The Journey's been long but the tide is about to changeby stephanie reck
Circumstances, trials, crisis, let downs have captured the people of God.
Some have succumbed to the hardships of life. Some have even given up hope. While others have lost their faith and doubted God's plans and purposes for their lives. This journey has been long and daunting.
Confessions of a Wanna-Be-Momby Shakera Reid-Stewart
It's so hard to cope with a miscarriage and difficulties with conception. I've come to find out how common this issue is. No matter how common, there is nothing common about the personal experience.
A Pacific Dreamby Elisabeth Puruto
This is a not quite ficticious story that may be of interest to women traveling the South Pacific or other 'romantic' holiday destinations.
Reflecting the Image of Christby Toni Babcock
We were formed to reflect the image of Christ and to live in His service. God has something important for us to do in his kingdom, and he wants us to discover it and allow Jesus to shine.
Lady-nessby Kevin Elliott
After "Will You Ride Again?" (Kevin Elliott, 2011), the author attempts to cover the other side of the coin. The author offers advice to women on how to present themselves, see themselves, interact with others, and set goals for themselves. Women are also encouraged to understand the man's side of life and be willing to work with them to allow healthy relationships to grow.
Vintage fashion trends a truly exceptional oneby Gina Beckett
Women who want to have a really elegant look that steals everyone's heart; this vintage outfit is what you should go for. No other outfit has that capability to make a women look extremely phenomenon and elegant then that of a vintage outfit. So if you want to know why these outfits are so much special then probably this is the right place you have landed up on.
My Precious Timeby louis gander
So wonderful, that smiling man
but years, we could not buy.
Though handsome as the day we met,
our precious time slipped by...
In Your Father's Eyesby Shari Cochrane
Often women are bombarded with secular information that can be damaging and overwhelming to their spirit. This article reminds women of who they truly are in Christ and how God views them as His daughters.
Woman of God Battered Into Submission - Part IIby Abigail Sanchez
At the core I believe domestic violence is satanic in nature and it stems from our own selfish sinful depravity. All sin inherently comes from our sinful nature which is spiritually diseased. Within the non-Christian worldview there is very little hope for a domestic violence abuser.
Woman of God Battered Into Submission - Part Iby Abigail Sanchez
Since before the Revolution there have been laws against domestic violence in America. Research tells us that it was illegal by 1870 in almost every state. Even before that time, if a man beat his wife the man would be arrested and punished for assault and battery. Religious Protestants took this crime against woman seriously and would punish, shun or ex-communicate any man for wife abuse.
The Climbing Wallby Melissa Martin
Finally we reach her destination;
Gracie arrives at a perennial relationship with God and herself. She meets the paradox of living as she learns her solution is within.