Most descriptions of Biblical womanhood sound so very… married. Short of finding a husband, how does a single woman live a Biblical life?
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Several guest authors contribute to the Girls Gone Wise Blog. Mary encourages you to follow the links in the article to find out more about these authors and their resources.
This young woman wasn’t thinking rationally. Great guys who love Jesus don’t cheat on their women. PERIOD. Women who excuse this type of behavior in their boyfriends need to give their heads a shake.
God has some great big plans that so far has not included a wedding ring for me. These are my thoughts as I have continued to reflect on Proverbs 31.12 “She does him good, and not harm, all the days of her life.”
What does it mean for large sectors of our society to become virtual matriarchies? How do we prepare the church to deal with such a world while maintaining biblical models of manhood and womanhood? …The real issue here is not the end of men, but the disappearance of manhood.
The Newsweek article represents what may be the most direct journalistic attack on marriage in our times. Though only an op-ed column, it presents arguments that had to date been made largely, if not exclusively, outside of mainstream circles. Consider this column an opening salvo in a battle to finish marriage off, once and for all.
Kudo’s to Kimberly Davidson, who has the illustrious distinction of posting the FIRST review of my new Girls Gone Wise book on her blog, “Thoughts on the Word.” You can read her review below. You may also want to check out a follow up post, in which she adds some personal reflections on how she [...]
A visit to your local college or university campus is likely to reveal that a revolution has taken place. On many campuses, young women now outnumber young men, and a gender gap of momentous importance is staring us in the face.
As the spring season blooms, talk about modesty heats up in Christian conversation as fast as the weather. Bloggers, radio hosts, and the rest of us lament the shorter hemlines, deeper necklines, exposed bellies, and bare bottoms in thong bikinis at the neighborhood swim club. But immodesty deals with a lot more than revealing too much skin. We are just as proneâ€”if not more soâ€”to overexpose whatâ€™s under our skin.