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Ultimate Makeover

Caterpillars and butterflies bear witness: God is in the transformation business...

  • Jan Coates with Rebekah Montgomery |
  • September 16, 2008 |
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Grow Your Own Food One Square Foot at a Time

The high cost of food—specifically produce—tells me we need to become more self-sufficient. Here's a method of vegetable gardening that can be mastered even by those of us with limited space or limited gardening skills...

Gender and the Vice Presidency

Gov. Palin's candidacy has sparked debate among some conservative Christians. While many applaud her pro-life convictions and traditional conservative policy positions, some have raised concerns about a woman occupying high office...

  • Nathan A. Finn |
  • September 09, 2008 |
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The Pitfalls of Being a Nice Christian Woman

Nice Christians who grew up as nice kids don’t finish last—that’s a common misconception that blurs the real problem. Nice Christians finish in life’s frustrated middle, never getting to abundance, filled with inner angst...

Casting Down the Imagination

I’m really not sure when it began. I was just disgruntled with being a mom. It wasn’t fun anymore. The joy was gone, replaced by a sense of failure and a desire to succeed at anything outside the home. In my mind I knew this was a wonderful calling, that I was doing a great work. But, the accusations and lies persisted.

Practical Christian Theology for Women

If a woman is not grounded in her knowledge of God, some battles may threaten to shatter her faith. Author Wendy Alsup helps women get to know practical theology as an encouragement and tool for their everyday lives.

  • Wendy Horger Alsup |
  • August 30, 2008 |
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Set Yourself Apart for Christ

When you set yourself apart from the world’s idea of a beautiful lifestyle and devote yourself wholeheartedly to Christ, His love will transform you into a stunningly beautiful woman...

H. Norman Wright on Healing for the Father Wound

The wounds resulting from a fatherless upbringing follow children into adulthood, affecting daughters in unique ways. H. Norman Wright, an experienced family counselor, has helped countless women heal from their childhood losses. He recently sat down with Crosswalk to discuss his book Healing for the Father Wound ...

The Golden Gift of Flexibility

Controlling behavior or inflexibility are enemies of creative living. But the willingness to try something new or go with the flow can open doors for special blessings...

Chaste Advice for Young Women

Many young, single, Christian American women are sexually active. Why don’t these women choose to “do the right thing?”

Are You a Worrier?

Tell me you can’t relate to this scenario. You talk to a woman who is in the middle of a trial. She testifies to God’s overwhelming and sustaining grace. But instead of praising God for His evident faithfulness, you begin to imagine yourself enduring her ordeal...

  • Carolyn Mahaney and Nicole Whitacre |
  • August 16, 2008 |
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He Said-She Said: When a Woman Makes More Than a Man

“When a woman makes more money than a man, will it cause a problem?” One reader has asked this question which seems to be a predicament that some singles are facing these days. Find out what “He” and “She” have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • August 14, 2008 |
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Embrace Your Season

The art of skillful living has to do with having an understanding of the seasons of your life and the purpose for each season. Whether you are married or single, you must be cognizant of the fact that timing is everything, although it’s aligned equally with attitude.

  • Michelle McKinney Hammond |
  • August 07, 2008 |
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Your New Identity in Jesus Christ

"Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God..." (John 1:12). I’ve read and reread this verse. My silent response was always, “Yes but… I’ve got a past...”

Dealing with the Borderline in Your Life

You know them by their roller coaster emotions and lives. One day you’re their best friend, and the next you’re their worst enemy...

Leading Your Grandchild to Christ

I once heard that the only things we can take to heaven with us are people. And as grandmothers, we play an important role in being certain that the people closest to us—our own family members—will share the glory of eternity in God’s presence.

Care for Your Aging Parents

If you’re a caregiver for your aging parents, you’re likely facing many stressful demands. Here’s how you can give your parents the best care while still taking care of yourself.

Aspire to Patience

Patience is a virtue much to be aspired to. But it is also a direct result of faith...

  • Maribeth Spangenberg |
  • July 22, 2008 |
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He Said-She Said: Can Friends Who've Dated Be Friends Again?

After a failed attempt to date her best friend, a reader wonders if they can still be friends or if she should just walk away from the friendship. Find out what “He” and “She” have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • July 19, 2008 |
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Get the Body God Planned for You

Pressure to live up to our culture’s current idea of a perfect body can leave you feeling bad about what you see in the mirror. But what if your perfect body is simply the one God created you to have?

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