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True Woman: Praying for Your Child's Future Mate
The wedding that’s caught my attention this year isn’t the one most people were talking about early last month. I’m focused on one a little closer to home—my son’s. Since the time he was in the womb, we’ve prayed for the woman God had in mind for him and are absolutely delighted with His choice!
True Woman: The Ultimate Wedding
As we’ve shared in the preparations and enjoyed giving pre-marital counsel, my mind keeps returning to the Ultimate Wedding I’m longing to attend.
True Woman: A Surprising Listen
I haven't been able to listen to anything else since. This CD so ministers to my heart that I play it from early in the morning until it's time for bed.
True Woman: When Your Husband Sins
Scripture instructs us to humbly and lovingly confront the sin of a fellow believer–even if that believer is our husband–as a brother in Christ.
True Woman: When to Initiate, and When to Give Him a Little Room
Be generous in your attention to your husband and playful in your pursuit of him.
True Woman: When overlooking is a good thing . . .
There are many things we get hung up on that can be let go. When frustrated by an oversight or blunder, and when tempted to unload a criticism, first stop and ask yourself these questions.
True Woman: Microwaves and the Eternal God
Do you remember when snail mail was the only option? As a child, I had a pen-pal in Seoul, Korea. Because of the geographic distance, our correspondence required several days of waiting patiently between letters. While I love the ease and convenience of email, I think living without “waiting” may make it difficult for us to grasp the concept of the eternal.
True Woman: The God of the Unexpected
Elizabeth’s cold barrenness and years of humiliation melted like snow under warming sun as she praised God’s unexpected work in her life.
True Woman: Why Shepherds?
Perhaps you struggle with insecurity or feel you have nothing to offer. Take heart, you serve One who seeks those who know they are needy, and who delights in using small and ordinary tasks as preparation for the extraordinary.
True Woman: What are the angels doing this Christmas?
As I recently wove my way through the mass of mall shoppers, past the long line waiting for Santa’s knee, avoiding the tempting smell of far too expensive coffee, I heard familiar carols blasting overhead: “Angels we have heard on high . . .” And I wondered, What are the angels doing this Christmas?