Growing into beautiful Titus 2 womanhood

Many Christians have looked at Titus 2 and Proverbs 31, broken the Scriptures down, made a list of skills to be accomplished, and checked them off as they were. Following a list, even one based on Scripture, without the full context of Scripture to bring understanding, makes it easy to become legalistic. We then lose the reason for the purpose of our teaching.

The mothers the world needs today by Kathryn Blackburn Peck

Mothers with courage; mothers who pray,These are the kind the world needs today.Mother who think, who study and plan;Mothers who laugh as much as they can,Having the gift that is better than money–The habit of seeing that some things are funny.Mothers whose faith never wavers or falters;Mothers whose spirits the world never alters;Loving the right and scorning the wrong;Facing the problems of life with a song.Mothers whose bravery transcends their …

Marley and His Message to Scrooge by R.C. Sproul

Bah! Humbug!” These two words are instantly associated with Charles Dickens’ immortal fictional anti-hero, Ebenezer Scrooge. Scrooge was the prototype of the Grinch who stole Christmas, the paradigm of all men cynical. We all recognize that Ebenezer Scrooge was a mean person – stingy, insensitive, selfish, and unkind. What we often miss in our understanding of his character is that he was preeminently profane. “Bah! Humbug!” was his Victorian use …