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October 28, 2013 By CBMW Guest
By Leanne Swift I have been a proponent of complementarianism since I learned of the term a handful of years ago. I have stood by the word and will gladly defend God’s design for men, women, and marriage until my death. I’ve read marvelous material about men and women being equal in value, but different...
October 8, 2013 By CBMW Guest
As of October 1, Rachel Held Evans’ book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood, has been out for a full year. Already there have been a number of penetrating reviews written by the likes of Kathy Keller and Trillia Newbell. These reviews have a recurring concern—Evans dismissive spirit towards the Bible and her errant interpretation of the same...
October 4, 2013 By Courtney Reissig
By   By Melissa McDonald In the middle of the Bible there is a poem describing an excellent wife, the Proverbs 31 woman. It’s a bit curious. Her children are mentioned only in passing and half of the poem discusses her work spinning wool and flax into yarn and selling textiles for a large profit....
September 23, 2013 By CBMW Guest
By Christine Hoover Over coffee and blossoming friendship, Susan and I shared our stories, our fears, and the victories we’ve experienced in Christ. Just before I had to leave, I remembered that a specific decision was weighing on her and asked about it: “Have you made a decision about your kids and school?” She nodded,...
September 20, 2013 By CBMW Guest
by Kimm Crandall Women want a number of things in life. Some of it lies on the surface like the desire to lose a few pounds, have shinier hair or to make everything that we have pinned on our Pinterest board, but it’s our needs that run through us in a deeper vain. The trouble is that we often become...
September 5, 2013 By CBMW Guest
By GraceAnna Castleberry “You’re so young,” my anesthesiologist commented as he prepped my back for the ever-so-long epidural needle. I was in the delivery room preparing to give birth to our second daughter, Evangeline. “I just can’t believe you are already having your second child and you’re only twenty-six,” he continued. “Yes,” was all I...