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One Man's Perspective on Feminine Toughness

Last year, blogger Dave Burchett reflected on feminine beauty as his wife struggled with the side effects of cancer treatment. As their cancer journey comes to a close, he now offers candid reflections on her feminine strength.

Celebrating Easter with Heart

From Tragedy to Triumph: Lee Ezell's Story of Adoption and Reunion

As a young woman, Lee Ezell had to make difficult decisions in the face of incredible tragedy. Here's her story.

Women Who Intimidate

In my limited experience, when men describe women as intimidating, they are most often referring to a woman whose spirit is hard and unyielding. They are intimidated by her contentious attitude. Such a woman makes them wary.

Relationships are a Mess Worth Making

Your spouse argues with you. Your child rebels. Your boss criticizes you. Your friend betrays you. Your neighbor irritates you. Here’s how you can find hope as you dig into messy relationships...

Is Jumping Off the Career Track a Smart Move for Women?

Increasingly, talented women who want to balance career and family are jumping the career track. Do they regret it?

  • Janice Shaw Crouse |
  • March 24, 2007 |
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The Meaning of Home

Trade Your Brokenness for Wholeness

Do you feel like something is missing or flawed inside you or your relationships? God can take the broken pieces of your life and use them to create something beautiful.

Inside-Out Hospitality: Are You Serving Others at Your Family’s Expense?

The desire to extend hospitality to the community is essentially good. But our families need to come first as the recipients of our love, creativity, and handiwork...

Living Water in the Desert of Abuse

For those who have been hurt and rejected by the ones who should love them most: Fear not...

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • March 07, 2007 |
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The Desires of My Heart

"It’s a difficult realization for me ... but I am slowly changing my heart’s desires ... "

A Call to Working Moms: How Do You Do It?

I have turned into one of those women. One of those working mothers. The kind I used to judge, to be really honest...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • March 02, 2007 |
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Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels

The unique challenges women face in the corporate world can make you frustrated enough to step off the ladder. But if you keep climbing as God leads you, you’ll find something valuable on every rung.

Becoming a Woman of Purity

By going to Jesus and allowing His blood to “wash you clean” you become sanctified. By definition, to be sanctified is to be “set apart to a sacred purpose...”

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • February 22, 2007 |
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Make Peace with Your Mom

As a woman, your relationship with your mom has more power than any other to impact your emotional health. Here's how you can make peace with any unresolved issues between you and her...

Living Ephesians 5: Wives, Respect your Husband

  • Nancy C. Anderson |
  • February 15, 2007 |
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Surviving Valentine's Day

Cherished Scars: Marks of Motherhood Draw Women Closer to Christ

Jesus could have come back without the scars on His hands, feet, and side, but He left them there. This changes my perspective on my own scars left from the rigors of motherhood...

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