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No More Back-Of-The-Closet Mistakes

What if we could have all the money we've ever spent on clothes we didn't wear? I’m sure I could buy a new car. Here are some tips on cutting the cost of our wardrobes so we can free up our funds for more important purposes...

What Your Daughter Isn’t Telling You

Today's teen girl faces challenges that you may have never even imagined. What Your Daughter Isn't Telling You lets you see into her heart and offers biblical guidance for you to help her through this time. Read an excerpt from Chapter Two: Why Won’t She Talk to Me?

  • Susie Shellenberger and Kathy Gowler |
  • September 15, 2007 |
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Become a Strong Woman Who Rises to Fight

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 12, 2007 |
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Our Year-Long Romance with Jane Austen

It has become the Year of Jane Austen. Movies are hitting theaters (Becoming Jane, The Jane Austen Book Club), books are hitting shelves (Just Jane, A Walk With Jane Austen) and Masterpiece Theatre will run adaptations of all six Austen novels . Yes, she truly is everywhere—which has fans giddy, and everyone asking: Why?

What Story is God Writing for You?

It’s not my character's job to create that important plot line or to mind their point-of-view or incorporate conflict. That's my job as the author. And in our lives, it’s God’s job.

  • Betsy St. Amant |
  • September 06, 2007 |
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The New Women's Night Out

They’re hot. They’re trendy. They help women form closer friendships. They introduce thinking women to Christ.

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • August 30, 2007 |
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Here Comes the Bride ... But When?

Now and Not Yet is a new book by Jennifer Marshall, a colleague who knows what many of today’s single people are going through. Believe me, if you’re single and questioning—or if you know someone who is—this book will provide some extraordinary peace of mind.

Joy of the Disciplined Woman

Few of us enjoy the thought of increasing discipline in our daily lives. But the benefits of an ordered life far outweigh the costs. Starting this week, we want to consider seven practices to become more efficient in managing our time and organizing our surroundings.

  • Carolyn Mahaney and Nicole Whitacre |
  • August 25, 2007 |
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Energized by Grace, Imperfect Mothers Love Their Children

Men and women who were gloriously saved did not automatically become great wives and mothers, or husbands and fathers. Correct behavior is behavior energized by grace...

Avoid the Heartbreak of Emotional Promiscuity

If you give your emotions away at the wrong time or to the wrong person – even without giving your body away – you’ll still end up with deep heart wounds that God never intended you to suffer...

Mommy Wars: Are Working Moms that Different from SAHM's?

Some new statistics show that the preferences of employed mothers and those who stay home full time are not all that different and that the gap between them is closing.

You Take the Cake: Wedding Prep a Chance for Mom-Daughter Bonding

Should you ever decide to help your daughter bake her own wedding cake, the first thing you should know is that a deluxe Scrabble board on a swivel stand will not spin while holding the weight of a four-layer 12-inch cake...

Are You Holding On to Worthless Things?

It's amazing how much we're willing to hold on to, hoping against hope that someday the literal and spiritual junk will benefit us in some way...

  • Nancy C. Anderson |
  • August 04, 2007 |
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Searching for Identity after Marriage and Motherhood

Dear Dr. David: I’ve been active in the church, a devoted mother and wife, and now find that I don’t know myself. I have forgotten what I feel about things, don’t feel respected by my husband, and even feel lost in church...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • August 02, 2007 |
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Girls Gone Mild Reveals a Return to Modesty

For every girl who's bought into the cultural myths about sexuality, there's another who is refusing to go along...

Make the Best Use of Inexpensive Household Products

Somewhere you remember hearing that you can do more than make salad dressing with vinegar. But the details escape you just when you could use that information the most...

Perceive Your True Identity in the Lord

In order to be who God wants us to be and serve in the way He created us to serve we must first discover just how important we really are to Him.

What if Eve Said "No?" — A Women's Guide to Resisting Temptation

Resisting the temptation to find life’s answers in food, drink, sex, shopping, or any other sensual pleasure requires soul-searching to find your substitute god and preparation to resist it.

From Hotel to Home: Creating a Haven for Your Family

I have found that many of the things that we find ourselves arguing about, or frustrated by, can easily be eliminated with little changes in the way our homes function.

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