True Woman: Alzheimer's and Gospel Transformation
nce he told me, "It's like I'm going down a ladder into a dark hole with no way out. I feel like Job and ask God why." Yet the darkness that shadowed his last days could not erase the blessing he had been to residents, staff, and families for so long.
True Woman: "Jihad Cosmo"
The kingdom of God needs women who know the truth about their religion and about the battle and its dimensions and know what is expected of them.
True Woman: Reaching Out on Valentine's Day
The evening passed remarkably fast, leaving fond memories and dirty dishes. As we cleaned up, we agreed this was one of our best Valentine’s Days. By turning our attention from ourselves, we became vessels to demonstrate the love of God in a practical way to others. There was nothing particularly heroic about this event. We didn’t solve the problems of the world. We simply gave away a small amount of time and material resources to surprise and delight others.
True Woman Blog: Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide
"As Christians, we have an opportunity to help families around the world by both standing against incredible injustice against women and by preaching the gospel of reconciliation. Let's not lose any ground to lesser solutions."
True Woman Blog: Cherish Grace
It's easy to cast ourselves among the few who, like Mary Magdalene, were truly appalled by the cross, isn't it? But C.J. Mahaney makes a compelling case otherwise.
Revive Our Hearts: TW '08 Panel Discussion
Reflecting true womanhood can be very challenging, even for those who publicly speak about it. Mary Kassian, Karen Loritts, Carolyn McCulley, and Barbara Rainey describe the challenges of living out true womanhood. They also explain why we need each other to help us overcome these challenges.
Revive Our Hearts: Radical Womanhood with Carolyn McCulley
Nancy welcomes Carolyn McCulley as they discuss how we as God’s women can have biblical feminine faith in a feminist world. Carolyn takes us through the history of feminism, exposing its anti-God agenda and presenting the pro-woman truth of Scripture. Nancy and Carolyn challenge us to take part in a counter-revolution and be women who reflect God’s way of thinking in this world.
Did I Kiss Marriage Goodbye?
Nancy welcomes author Carolyn McCulley to discuss singleness, not as a burden, but as a gift from God. Carolyn shares her struggles with being single in her forties and how she has learned to trust God with a hope deferred. Whether married or single, you’ll be challenged to embrace God’s purpose.
Serving God Through Singleness: A Conversation with Carolyn McCulley
In the first century, the apostle Paul wrote that those who were unmarried had an opportunity to serve the Lord without distraction. Is this still true for 21st century women? Carolyn McCulley discusses the practical challenges and opportunities that come with being a single woman today.
ROH Radio :: Serving God Through Singleness: A Conversation with Carolyn McCulley :: Noble
Noble Character from the series: Serving God Through Singleness. This is a Conversation with the author of Did I Kiss Marriage Goodbye?, Carolyn McCulley. Carolyn talks about how single women can become Proverbs 31 women.