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Making Sure Help IS Help

  1. 16th March 2016
  2. Jeanine Smith

Wanting to be helpful to others is a wonderful characteristic. When God created the first woman, He designed her to be a “helper” (Genesis 2:18). But, being a profitable helper takes some humility, insight, communication and wisdom.


Seeing in Color!

  1. 24th February 2016
  2. Michelle Bueno

Woman praying, slowly turning from black and white into color, with stripes of vivid color in the background, fading from grey to rainbow shades. A country song tells the story of a young man asking his grandfather about some old photographs. The grandfather explains to his grandson the stories of the photographs; surviving the Great Depression, going to war and finally marrying the woman he loved. A line from the song goes, “A picture’s worth a thousand words, but you can’t see what those shades of gray...


Stone Soup

  1. 03rd February 2016
  2. Kathy Talbott

One day the ladies in our church group decided to get together for a luncheon, and to make it special I made invitations and designed a theme for the gathering just for fun. I have always worked with children, and am doing so now, and after raising four children of my own we have always enjoyed a variety of children’s picture books. One of my favorites was the...


Tabitha: A Woman God Used (Acts 9:36-43)

  1. 06th January 2016
  2. Laurel Meyer

As Christian women today, where do we look for our examples and inspirations? Certainly, there can be no better source for such guidance than our Bible. Consider, with me, the example of one remarkable Christian woman whose actions spoke louder than her words.


Don't Break Our Boys

  1. 25th November 2015
  2. Jeanine Smith

Once my sisters and I were visiting our parents with our families, pooling all of their grandchildren together, ages 18 months to six years. At the time, that made for seven children in all: six boys and only one girl, my niece Kyrstin. As all seven played, the six boys were teaming up, pretending to fight off some terrible, imaginary monster.


Women at War

  1. 04th November 2015
  2. Shirley Young (1938-2014)

I was a child growing up during the war when our county in the southeastern corner of England, only 21 miles from France, became known as “bomb alley.” The first German raid on London took place around 4:00 p.m. on September 7, 1940. The German Luftwaffe made a blitzkrieg attack, sending 348 bombers escorted by 617 fighters over the Channel from France. London’s...


The Billboard

  1. 14th October 2015
  2. Rachael Heykoop

The enormous billboard loomed above me as I sat in late-afternoon city traffic. It featured a scantily-clad woman with dark red lipstick and air-brushed-to-perfection curves. I stared at it transfixed. I’m sure she was meant to be selling some sort of perfume or lingerie. It’s hard to remember because what she was really selling was far more destructive. I...


Protect Your Child’s Gender Identity

  1. 16th September 2015
  2. Janth B. English

Our Western society has become very confused about something very basic—the male and female genders. It has become fashionable to believe that children are not really born either male or female, but that they should “choose” whether to be male or female. It seems the world has gone mad and thrown out thousands of years of basic knowledge about men, women, and...


Life's Legacy

  1. 02nd September 2015
  2. Colleen Frank

Recently, many of us shared in the grief at the tragic accidental death of a much-loved young woman during her service at a Church-sponsored summer camp. In her short lifetime, she touched the lives both of those who knew her and of those who only came to know her after her death.