Young woman, your brothers are watching. They already have to live in a world that is full of sexual temptation, from magazine racks to movie screens. As a single woman, your virtue is your biggest asset. Young men are looking for wives who understand modesty. When you get married, your husband’s sexual purity depends on your sexual availability. If you’re not willing to live out his fantasies in the bedroom, he’ll live them out elsewhere.
This speech has christened many a Christian blog, conference, and conversation. My parents never gave it to me growing up, and I am forever grateful — but it bombarded me in other places.
This is not a complete apologetic on black hair care — but I hope it is helpful in spurring on this continuing conversation.
Imperfect people get married every day. So why are we telling single people that perfection will bring them a spouse?
Feminism is not the only movement concerned with equality. God’s word equips us better than this ideology ever could.
This blog is for all women who love the Lord and his Church, and who desire to live rich lives for his glory!
Biblical womanhood doesn’t begin and end in Proverbs 31. It begins in Genesis. It ends in Revelation. It is found in the entire redemptive story.
Today was the last time I nursed my son. Dear newly nursing mama — don’t miss this.