Most descriptions of Biblical womanhood sound so very… married. Short of finding a husband, how does a single woman live a Biblical life?
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.
To date, almost 30,000 women have signed “The True Woman Manifesto.” Find out why the modern biblical womanhood movement has done something so archaic as to come up with a creed.
So is the modern biblical womanhood movement REALLY about women being Stepford Wives or emulating June Cleaver? Check it out for yourself.
God-honoring complementarity provides the context for the absolute best pleasure-filled fulfilling sex a human being might experience. It’s the winner. Bar none. Hands down.
Christ’s ideal for sex is exceedingly stringent. So stringent, that it left his disciples’ jaws dropping on the floor. So what are the “erotic necessities” for God-Glorifying sex?
If you think good sex produces fireworks, just imagine the fireworks that will take place at the fulfillment of that to which sex points! The thing about living in the shadowlands is that everything good points to something even better.
Though our Coach has assigned husbands and wives complementary positions, He has common expectations of all His players. Complementarity AND mutuality are part of His game-winning plan.
In the rhetoric surrounding gender roles, complementarity versus mutuality is often presented as a “red-pill-or-blue-pill” either-or scenario. But that’s a false dilemma. That’s a pill we don’t have to swallow.
Complementarity & Mutuality aren’t incompatible. In fact, complementarity fosters mutuality. Complementary male-female roles take us from doing a march to doing a dance. Cha Cha Cha!