What can stay-at-home moms teach you about human dignity? How should childless women approach Mother’s Day? What podcasts should you listen to? How can Christians stand out at work? And how can Christians engage culture winsomely? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Jill Waggoner, Allison Hucks, Laura Thigpen, Chelsea Patterson, Bethany Jenkins and Keith Whitfield in… Read More
To work outside the home or not to work? The world of motherhood is deeply divided on the answer to this question. Unfortunately this dividing knife often cuts both ways, leaving mothers second-guessing their choice to either stay home or stay in the workforce. As a mother of two who works full time, I feel… Read More
Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Get gospel insights on Mother’s Day, the mommy wars, miscarriage, adoption, parenting and more from Amy Whitfield, Laura Thigpen, Brittany Salmon, Walter Strickland and Nathaniel Williams. May these articles challenge you to appreciate and encourage mothers in your life.
How do we know what is real? What does it really mean to know anything, for that matter? These were some of the big questions Dr. Esther Meek explored in her lecture “Covenant Epistemology & Recovering Reality” at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on April 21, 2017. The Society for Women in Scholarship and the L…. Read More
Should women work? Carolyn McCulley addressed this question at Wisdom Forum 2015 by tracing the history of women’s work. Watch the video above. Here are key excerpts: Why we need a historical perspective. “This question that we have and still wrestle with today — ‘Should women work? How should women work?’ — is actually a question… Read More