Statistics show that more and more women are making more money than their husbands. While this trend is celebrated by some, the reality is that the majority of alpha women are dissatisfied with their breadwinner status.
When the Bible talks about quietness, it’s not referring to an absence of verbal noise as much as it’s referring to an absence of spiritual noise. Although there’s a connection, quietness has more to do with the state of our hearts than the volume of our words.
The Globe and Mail suggested that women who get married should say “I don’t” to changing their name. It cited research that demonstrates that a woman who assumes her husband’s name is regarded as more emotional, less intelligent, less competent and less ambitious.
Kristen thought sex was a stepping stone towards a deep, meaningful relationship. But soon, what she thought she controlled, started to control her.
It’s that time of year again: Christmas trees, treats, stockings, and interrogations from well-meaning relatives on your relationship status. Oh joy… How’s a single gal to survive?!
Most descriptions of Biblical womanhood sound so very… married. Short of finding a husband, how does a single woman live a Biblical life?
There’s something incredibly inspiring about people who have the faith and tenacity to keep longing, praying, and waiting for something God has promised -even if it means waiting an entire lifetime.
Do you live in fear of your partner? You may be in an abusive relationship. This post provides some questions that will help you determine whether you are, and also some suggestions for what to do.
It’s the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Here’s a powerful statement against abuse.
It’s important not to miss the forest for the trees and also important to keep nailing the Bible’s teaching about gender to the church door.
Jennie interviews Nancy and me about women in ministry, and how we grapple with traditionalism and exercising our gifts in a complementarian context