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Dimes from Heaven

How does God get your attention? What kind of dime does he place in your path?

God’s Power Never Goes Out

In Scripture, we find many invitations to trust God’s sustaining strength in the midst of life’s hardships.

Past Blessings are Great Reminders

Have you ever made a list of God’s answered prayers in your life—your own Ebenezer stone?

Break Free of Lies You’ve Been Telling Yourself

Here's how to break free of lies you’ve been telling yourself in your mind.

Women, Typology, and 1 Timothy 2:15

There’s been more ink spilled over the doctrinal interpretation of 1 Timothy 2:11-15 than any other passage.

Your Past Can Be One of  Your Best Friends

If you could walk through a device that would erase your past and its effects on you today, would you do it? And would you be better off?

When Father's Day is Difficult

When I speak to women about God as our Heavenly Father, there are often women in the audience who later tell me, “I didn’t know what it was like to have a loving father...”

Female Beauty Matters

Recently, several bloggers tackled a highly sensitive and debated topic— the need for women to attend to their beauty and appearance.

Five Signs You're Too Comfortable

Sometimes we love safety so much, it stifles us. And when we are stifled, we miss out on many of life's blessings.

The United States of Oprah

From her national debut in 1986 (first show topic: “How to Marry the Man/Woman of Your Choice”) Oprah parlayed business savvy and an empathetic, non-threatening personality into an unmatched media empire.

Honor & Obey: The Dividing Line for Adult Children

As a child, it is important to obey your parents. But when we get older and move from childhood to womanhood, do we still have to obey?

No More Stinkin' Thinkin'

Unmet expectations became the breeding ground for lies to grow. The enemy takes us down a road of stinkin’ thinkin’...

Chosen by Him

With great care, God rescued me, placed me among the adorned, heeled and jeweled.

Man Whisperer vs. True Woman

A true woman is willing and determined to reflect the beauty and heart of Christ to her world.

Spring Cleaning for the Single Mom

A new season is upon you, the newness of spring, a time for new growth and beautiful opportunities to flourish.

“Dora the Doormat” and other Scary Straw Women of Complementarity

A “complementarian" is simply someone who believes that God created men and women with equal, yet distinct roles. But oh how quickly labels turn into stereotypes!

Remember the Infertile on Mother’s Day

The Proverbs 31 woman needs our attention, but the 1 Samuel 1 woman does too.

Never Underestimate the Power of a Mother

From the moment our precious little ones are placed in our arms at birth, today's society seems to want to relegate moms to the back bench.

Dancing Past Regrets

“If only I hadn’t married him. If only I had just waited on God a little longer. But how could I have known?” The tears spilled out, along with Linda's regrets from the past several years...

Building Bridges: Emily Colson on Raising Her Autistic Son

In Emily Colson’s new book Dancing with Max, she chronicles the highs and the lows, the heartbreak and the joy, the magic and the mystery of sharing life with her autistic son Max.

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • April 14, 2011 |
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