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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?

Break Free from Shame's Prison

Make no mistake: Shame is not the same as guilt. Shame—warranted or unwarranted—is humiliation we are taught. We perpetuate shame by treating ourselves as unworthy of forgiveness...

Make Progress One Little Dream at a Time

Do you have big dreams that seem impossibly out of reach? Even small accomplishments done consistently, can lead to great success.

Seeing Christmas through Mary's Eyes

This Christmas offers a greater impact than usual, and it has nothing to do with the warm glow of holiday cheer or the toasty feeling I get when drinking hot chocolate and melted marshmallows. Instead, it has everything to do with the fact that I’m two months pregnant.

  • Betsy St. Amant |
  • December 15, 2007 |
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The Forgotten Chapter of the Christmas Story & the Women in Jesus' Family Tree

We tend to overlook genealogic sections of Scripture, but sometimes they contain hidden treasure.

Leaving the Well, Leading the Way

The story of the Samaritan woman at the well has to be one of my all time favorites. One of the most overlooked lessons we can learn from this woman is the impact she had on her own community...

Create a Close Mother-Daughter Bond

You long to enjoy a close relationship with your daughter, but sometimes it’s hard even to get her to talk to you. Here’s how you can create a close bond with your daughter...

How Does One Keep a Vow of Chastity?

Chastity was a part of my Christian faith I dismissed as “dated” and counter to my personal growth in the modern world. Then, In my late twenties and searching for love, I decided to try a vow of chastity...

Giving Thanks for What I Never Had

Today, I can see that who I am is not defined as much by what I have, but by the faith that defined my response to what I didn't have...

Don’t Invite Your Expectations to Thanksgiving

Here are some all-too-common scenarios that can burst the bubble of unrealistic expectations at Thanksgiving – and what you can do if you encounter them.

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • November 20, 2007 |
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He Gives Sweet Sleep

Just as we care for our children's needs long after they've been tucked into their beds, God works in our lives even when we're asleep.

To Single Women: Men. Don't. Change.

Why Christian Women Marry Muslim Men

While we should welcome opportunities to develop friendships and share our life and faith with people of differing religious backgrounds, marriage is altogether different.

God Provides Exit Signs

Even when we as Christians get ourselves into the most terrifying of situations, God provides a way out.

  • Betsy St. Amant |
  • November 08, 2007 |
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The Softer Side of Hillary

The woman who famously "doesn't bake cookies" now wants to giggle about how long it takes her to do her hair. Can she appeal to American women today?

  • Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D. |
  • November 06, 2007 |
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