Sometimes women have unrealistic views about discipleship. Here are a few.
If you are a Christian with a Twitter account, then you probably saw the commotion over the recent meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. If you feel out-of-the-loop, it went down kind of fast. Here’s some background info for this post. When the proposed resolution to openly condemn the “alt-right” movement initially failed to pass, quite […]
I hope to continue contributing to Saturate the World on a monthly basis. Please, check out my post on their blog today! This week I wrote a post for Jeff Vanderstelt’s Saturate the World website. My entire church is positively obsessed with Vanderstelt’s books “Saturate” and “Gospel Fluency“. I’ve got both of his books […]
Valentine’s Day is typically associated with romantic relationships. But no matter if we are single or taken, we are all in relationships. With God, family members, neighbors, co-workers, our kids, other Christians and yes; spouses too. Here’s a collection of resources all about Christians and relationships.
I’m blogging on The Mighty today about church and inclusiveness. Check it out!
The longer I’m in ministry, the more often I hear it; Christian women are lonely and craving relationships. It seems like such a simple problem to correct, if you want some friends then just make some, right? But the truth is that most of us modern women struggle to build relationships. Especially in the church, […]
I remember the first few times I participated in women’s ministry as a new Christian. Since I was not raised in the church, I had no preconceived notions of what these events were like, nor had anyone really explained to me the purpose of gender-specific ministries in the church. All I heard was “Bible study” […]
The last month has been packed with many conversations about sin, foolishness and immaturity. To be more specific, these conversations are centered around confessing my sin, foolishness and immaturity. Sometimes when we confess our sin to our friends, we are surprised to find out that they are human (shocking, I tell you). They don’t always have the […]