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Desperation for Things and People Is Unnecessary

June 15, 2015 by


It seems that desperation is the norm these days. So many singles are completely obsessed with finding “the one,” getting married, and having a family – even Christians. Married women seem desperate to have their husbands’ love. Married men seem desperate to have their wives’ respect. Many are desperate for money, for beauty, for the […]

The Best Summary of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood I Have Ever Seen!

March 7, 2015 by


  Greg introduced me to the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. He heard about it through David Platt. How have I not seen their resources before? This is exactly what I believe that Scripture teaches and it is what I have been trying to communicate. I think that this council may have explained these […]

Two Christian Men Share What Is Attractive to Them

February 1, 2014 by


ADMINISTRATIVE NOTE: My email is running again! ┬áBut I did lose a few dozen emails I sent on my tablet. The ones on my computer, I was able to re-send last night to everyone. If you have not heard from me in the past 4 days – please shoot me another email. Thanks so much […]

What Colleges Today Teach about Finding Fulfillment as a Woman

January 24, 2014 by


April and Brandon 2003 These are comments from a woman after my post “We Have ALL Been Greatly Affected by Feminism” COMMENT #1 Thank you for this post, April! You are spot on in your observations. I know I subconsciously harbored many of the beliefs you listed, particularly the ones about marriage, motherhood, and home […]

We Have ALL Been Greatly Affected by Feminism

January 19, 2014 by


It is largely up to us on our own to rediscover God’s design for femininity, masculinity, marriage and family. This may require practically wiping the slate clean and building our definitions from scratch in God’s Word. For a fairly detailed, historical account of the effect of the 3 phases of the feminist movement on the […]