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Motherhood: A Ministry of Love

Love was rarely seen in everyday life and culture in the Roman world; and gentle, sensitive, grace-energized love was to become a powerful witness in the culture of the first century. It's also a powerful witness today.

Women: Are You in Love with Romance?

Ladies, what are we putting our men through with our fairy-tale expectations?

Dating Jesus: The Single Cure for Loneliness

There’s nothing weird about thinking of Jesus like your greatest romantic interest, even if you’re a guy. He wants that kind of intimacy with you so that he can win your heart with his amazing, perfect love, and make you ready for the big day when you get to live happily ever after with him.

Hospitality and Gender: Why Men can be Reluctant Entertainers

My guy just doesn't want to open our home. He doesn't enjoy it. Many women face this situation. Men are social beings, but they don't always express this in the same manner as women...

  • Sandy Coughlin with Paul Coughlin |
  • February 12, 2008 |
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How to Do a To-Do List

Wife and mother Nicole Whitacre draws from her mother's wisdom to share five simple steps to making a highly effective to-do list and calendar system.

  • Nicole Whitacre |
  • February 02, 2008 |
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The Challenges of Working from Home

Last week, we took a closer look at the perks of working from home. Now, let's examine some of the often unexpected challenges of making the transition away from a morning commute...

Women in Ministry: Find Power in Rest

When our spiritual batteries are low, life dissolves into frustration, burnout and wasted effort.

  • Mary Southerland |
  • January 29, 2008 |
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The Pain of Women: An Unexpected Legacy of Roe v. Wade

This week, as we mourn the 35th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, and the tens of millions of abortions that have resulted from this dreadful decision, we must recognize that there are likely many woman among us who are silently suffering abortion grief decades after their babies' lives were snuffed out.

Foster Mother Recounts Lives Changed by Love & Commitment

When I was 12 years old, an article in Home Life magazine awakened a desire to minister to hurting children.

Reluctant Entertainers: Singles Can Offer Hospitality, Too

Connecting with others is so important to our faith and quality of life. Yet singles often feel reluctant to open their homes, while families hesitate to reach out to singles. But we can learn a lot from others, single or married, and others can learn a lot from us.

Women: Follow Your Faith to Success at Work

As a working woman of faith, you have the potential to make a significant impact for Christ in the marketplace.

How Far is Too Far in the Quest for Parenthood?

If you haven't thought much lately about just how rapidly the very nature of the family is changing, consider this: It is now possible for a child to have five parents.

Isn't It About Time You Got Married?

I've got a few unanswered questions about my life. I'd like to know if I'll ever be a homemaker and homeowner. I've discovered, though, that I rarely have to ask questions like this. There are plenty of other people in my life asking them for me.

God's Power to Heal You from the Inside Out

In a traumatized state, we may not—or cannot—comprehend the depths of God’s unconditional love. To help us experience God's love and prepare our hearts for his life-changing healing, we must first know him.

  • Jan Coates with Rebekah Montgomery |
  • January 06, 2008 |
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Writer Exposes 'Sex & the City' Myths

Author Marian Jordan dispels the myths of finding love in all the wrong places; seeking the approval of others instead of God; and achieving fulfillment in a hook-up or during happy hour.

Overcome Anxiety and Depression

There’s no shortage of troubling circumstances in life that can make you feel anxious and depressed, and this time of year can be especially difficult. Here are ways you can overcome anxiety and depression...

New Year, New Start: Plan for a Purposeful 2008

My husband recently found me on the living room couch in a puddle of tears. As a result of my poor planning, I had missed an event that I had really wanted to attend, simply because I neglected to keep up on my calendar...

  • Janelle Bradshaw |
  • December 27, 2007 |
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Letting Go of Perfectionism

Last Sunday night we had guests over for dinner and I didn’t clean my house! It was an internal war inside – do I vacuum, dust and clean – or just let it go?

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