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Worship Together
, and teaches women the Bible. She lives in Flower Mound, Texas and her family calls The Village Church home. You can find her at JenWilkin
Is Your Forgiveness Full?
that is greater than all our sin! This article appeared originally at The Beginning of Wisdom . Used with permission. Jen Wilkin is a wife, a mom
Why I'm Not Afraid to Have Daughters
, and teaches women the Bible. She lives in Flower Mound, Texas and her family calls The Village Church home. You can find her at JenWilkin
The Truth About Pain in Childbearing
of Wisdom . Used with permission. Jen Wilkin is a wife, a mom to 4 great kids, and an advocate for women to love God with their minds through
Dear Moms: Jesus Wants You to Run
. Used with permission. Jen Wilkin is a wife, a mom to 4 great kids, and an advocate for women to love God with their minds through the faithful
Exposing 5 Lies about Your Body
, superficial concept of “beauty.” Contrasting this message of “you’re not good enough yet” is Jen Wilkin’s encouraging and helpful post at The Gospel Coalition
How Are Women Weaker Vessels?
kinds , as vessels of mercy , as co-heirs of grace ordained for high and holy service to our Lord. Jen Wilkin is a wife, a mom to 4 great kids
Refuse the Cup of Bitterness
, and teaches women the Bible. She lives in Flower Mound, Texas and her family calls The Village Church home. You can find her at JenWilkin
Let's Talk About Submission
loves the church – often a neglected perspective in conversations on female submission. The idea of women as “weaker vessels” is discussed in Jen Wilkin’s

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