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?!
Category: Life Stages
Most descriptions of Biblical womanhood sound so very… married. Short of finding a husband, how does a single woman live a Biblical life?
Erin Davis recently asked me some questions about my new devotional for young teens, Becoming God’s True Woman while I still have a Curfew.
How did Paula go from being a needy, boy-crazed, romance-novel junkie to someone who’s focused on the right things? Find out on this Girls Gone Wise video.
Are you between the ages of 13 and 19? If so, I could use your help! (Moms and mentors, I could use your help too. You could pass this request on to your daughter or a young friend.) I’m working on writing a devotional for teen girls with my friend, Susan Hunt. It will be [...]
As a growing child, it is important to obey your parents. But when we get older and move from childhood to womanhood, do we still have to obey? As a grown woman, at what point can I stop listening to my parents? Is there a difference between honoring & obeying?
Mr. Darcy. He is every woman’s ideal man, and every girl swoons at the mention of his name. But as perfect as Mr. Darcy is, he has one undeniable flaw: You can’t MARRY Mr. Darcy.
Just like getting a pink bunny suit for Christmas, the gift of singleness can leave you feeling disappointed, awkward, and like everyone’s staring at you! But you don’t have to keep waiting for life to start!
There is an inarguable connection between the media diet of tweens and early sexual activity in teens. Doesn’t it make sense that anything we feed our daughters that says “be boy-crazy” would just put her in the cultural current of early sexualization?
Status: Single. That’s what my Facebook profile says. Like a large banner stamped across my homepage: I. AM. SINGLE. I can’t help but entertain the idea that something is missing from my life.
I left the Ft. Worth conference thinking about something Dannah Gresh said during our panel discussion. She encouraged us to begin teaching our girls at a young age—and not to wait to guide them in forming godly values.
Last Sunday, I had coffee with a friend who wanted to talk about her relationship with her boyfriend. Last night, a friend stopped in on a surprise business trip to this area. This morning, a friend of my son’s stopped in to say goodbye to me before leaving on an extended trip. Tonight, I’ll be [...]