Woman to Woman

Grandparents

  1. 08th March 2017
  2. Dorothy McNair

Children, what do you know about your grandparents? Grandparents, what do you know about your grandchildren? Grandpa and Grandma can have a very special relationship with their grandchildren that will be with those young people for their entire lives. It takes special effort to stay connected in this day and age, when so many of us live so many miles apart. Even...

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Martha: Distracted or Disciple—Part 2

  1. 15th February 2017
  2. Colleen Frank

We all make mistakes, but no one wants to be remembered just for their mistakes. Martha is no exception. This reminds us of the old adage: “live and learn.” In the October 19, 2016 “Woman to Woman” article, "Martha: Distracted or Disciple?", we read about Martha’s being distracted by the responsibilities of being hospitable in first-century Jewish culture.

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"Sew" Much to Learn

  1. 25th January 2017
  2. Rachel Keesee

Have you ever noticed how many times Proverbs 31 mentions sewing? “She seeks wool and flax, and willingly works with her hands” (Proverbs 31:13). “She stretches out her hands to the distaff, and her hand holds the spindle” (v. 19). “She makes tapestry for herself…” (v. 22). “She makes linen garments…” (v. 24). God even used talented women to build the tabernacle...

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Keeper at Home—Does it Really Matter?

  1. 04th January 2017
  2. Rachael Heykoop

For over three years the disciples had wandered from town to town, sometimes with Christ and sometimes without. They had left their homes to become sojourners, to live in temporary dwellings. On the last Passover before Christ’s death, they sat together in the upper room of another home that was not theirs and they listened, as Christ told them, “In My Father’s...

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Women of Challenge

  1. 07th December 2016
  2. Laurel Meyer

A young couple anxiously anticipates the birth of their second child. However, not long after she was born it was evident that something was terribly wrong. After examinations, she was diagnosed with a severe form of cerebral palsy. Another family prepares to care for their young adult son who was paralyzed with brain injury after a freak accident. They face...

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A Closer, Stronger Friendship

  1. 09th November 2016
  2. Rachel Keesee

Lots of people talk and gossip, but how many learn to really communicate? If you want to build truly helpful and lasting godly relationships, the key is to learn when to reach out!

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Martha: Distracted or Disciple?

  1. 19th October 2016
  2. Colleen Frank

What length will you go to hear the Gospel? Jesus Christ had a message, and God has called both men and women to understand and heed it, from Christ's time to the present day.

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"You Can't Sit With Us..."

  1. 28th September 2016
  2. Julia Lundgren

It's easy to get used to a select group of friends, but what can you do to go beyond your habitual relationships and break down social barriers?

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A Note of Encouragement

  1. 07th September 2016
  2. Laurel Meyer

On Thanksgiving Day in 1987 I was barely able to walk into the hospital emergency room. My fever was 105 F. and rising. After an exam and a lung x-ray I was admitted to the hospital. The diagnosis was viral pneumonia, which is usually brought on by stress, and which has a long recovery period. Within the past year or so I had experienced a series of very...

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Biblical Women—The Named and the Nameless

  1. 17th August 2016
  2. Colleen Frank

What sections of the Bible do you enjoy reading most? If you are like me, it is the narrative sections. We all like a good story. Boys like hearing about David and Goliath, Moses, Daniel, Joseph, Jonah, Joshua and the destruction of Jericho, to name a few. Girls also like to read these popular stories, along with storybooks about women: Miriam with baby Moses,...

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