Biblical Womanhood, Book Reviews, Pastor's Wife, Thinking Biblically

Book Review: The Biblical Counseling Guide for Women

In the forward to The Biblical Counseling Guide for Women, Martha Peace says, “John and Janie Street have made it abundantly clear that there is great hope no matter the kinds of problems women struggle with. They have laid out clear, biblical plans of action for issues women face today.” (pg. 9) I honestly could not say it any better. …

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Biblical Womanhood, Life in Ministry, Quotes, The Lord's Day, Thinking Biblically


. “…I cannot read the Bible without desiring to see many believers more spiritual, more holy, more single-eyed, more heavenly-minded, more wholehearted than they are in the nineteenth century.  I want to see among believers more of a pilgrim spirit, a more decided separation from the world, a conversation more evidently in heaven, a closer walk with God….”  ~J.C. Ryle, …

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“I have had a deep conviction for many years that practical holiness and entire self-consecration to God are not sufficiently attended to by modern Christians in this country.  Politics, or controversy, or party spirit, or worldliness have eaten out the heart of lively piety in too many of us.  The subject of personal godliness has fallen sadly into the background.  …

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Biblical Womanhood, Thinking Biblically

Online Speech

  . Social media/networking sites like Facebook and Twitter offer users a measure of isolation and anonymity, while still allowing them to “connect” with other people.  Behind the virtual wall of the computer screen, the restraints of civility and polite conversation are removed.  People feel free to share intimate, personal, and private details – about their own lives, and others’ …

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Biblical Womanhood, Quiet Time, Thinking Biblically

The Delight of My Heart

(photo credit: wazoo75) . When people begin to talk about their relationship with the Lord, and their time in the Word and in prayer with excitement and passion, do you find yourself eagerly nodding in understanding and agreement?   . Or…do you cross your arms and roll your eyes, assuming it must be forced, and phony.  After all, no one is …

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