Prayer request and update on my family

First of all, I want to ask your prayers for my son Nicholas. Until recently, he believed himself to be a Christian until it became obvious it wasn’t. It seems the Holy Spirit might be working on him. He came to me today and said he can’t shake the feeling that he’s a bad man. We talked about Scripture, sin, forgiveness, and Christ’s sacrifice. He says he’s been praying and reading his Bible (besides our family studies). Please pray he’s brought to repentance and glorifies the Lord with his life.

What are the orders God hath given to us as women?

God uses our faithfulness as His women to fight against the evils of our day. He blesses our efforts as faithful daughters, sisters, wives, mothers, aunts, grandmothers, and women in the church to push back against encroaching feminism. To be light in an ever darkening world, hearkening those who observe us to look upon the true Light.

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Red flag alert: Is he too good to be true?

Before you marry, you have a choice. After you marry, you’ve made your choice. The man you marry is the man you are choosing to lead you, protect and provide for you, to guide you spiritually, and to be a wise and loving father to your children. Never ignore red flags. Be wise biblically. Before you say “I do,” make certain he’s a godly man.

A statement on the book on domestic abuse that I co-authored

In 2010, I came across a sermon series on domestic abuse that Reformed Baptist Pastor Jeff Crippen had just posted online. I’d woken up in the wee hours of that morning full of fear and overwhelmed by the pain in my family due to my husband’s cruelty. After listening to the sermons, I contacted Pastor …

Mamas, don’t let your daughters grow up to be career women

Genesis 2: 18, “Then the Lord God said, “It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper fit for him.” The Lord didn’t design us to be career women. From the beginning, a woman’s purpose was to be a helper to a man. Not to be a man herself, nor to be like a man, but to be his helper, his companion, and his wife.

1 Corinthians 11: Why my daughters and I practice headcovering

An examination of headcoverings 1 Corinthians 11 mandates women are to cover their heads when in public worship. Headcovering in worship was once a practice supported and taught by Christian churches. It is a practice that, due to feminism’s influence, has long been out of favor. My daughters and I cover our heads when in …

Feminism and the creation order

Feminism has proven destructive to women, to families, and homes. Today those who embrace it have their sight set on the church. The end game is to put women in the pulpit and to denigrate the duties of men in the home, church, and society. To this end, they’ve made tremendous headway. God designed women …