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Gems in the Web 3/20/14

Filed in Gems in the Web by on March 21, 2014 4 Comments
Gems in the Web 3/20/14

While animals get the human treatment, humans are increasingly denigrated as animals—especially those humans that choose to have more than one or two kids. There is growing vocal contempt of parenthood in cities, where mothers are pejoratively referred to by some as “breeders.” I always thought we called them by the more affectionate title “moms,” […]

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What Some Single Christian Girls Say They ARE Looking For in a Guy

Filed in Friendships, Parenting by on March 19, 2014 3 Comments
What Some Single Christian Girls Say They ARE Looking For in a Guy

So we heard from the guys last week and found out what kind of girl they are NOT looking for. I thought it was only fair to ask the girls to weigh in. Notice, I didn’t ask their parents. We parents want anyone like, oh…say… Jesus Christ to marry our daughters. But since I’ve never […]

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NEW The Best of VW Vol. 2 One Day Sale!

Filed in Relationships, Resources by on March 17, 2014 0 Comments
NEW The Best of VW Vol. 2 One Day Sale!

Do you ever discover a new blog only to realize you just don’t have time to search through 5 trillion pages worth of archives to find good articles that will benefit your life? I can relate. That’s why I like to cull the best articles from this blog and put them in a handy PDF […]

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How to Silence Immature Young Men in Our Churches

Filed in Parenting by on March 13, 2014 11 Comments
How to Silence Immature Young Men in Our Churches

This week’s post about What Some Christian Single Guys Said About What Kind of Girls They are NOT Looking For stoked some emotions deep inside of us.  We hope our daughters will be happily married one day. We hope our sons will find the right girl for them. We love these young people with deep […]

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What Some Christian Single Guys Said About What Kind of Girls They Are NOT Looking For

Filed in Friendships, Parenting by on March 11, 2014 58 Comments
What Some Christian Single Guys Said About What Kind of Girls They Are NOT Looking For

Last week the college and career Sunday School teacher at our church (who has been teaching this age group for most of his adult life) invited the parents of these young people to his home to talk about boy-girl relationships, dating, courting, and marriage. He is gearing up to do a series on this subject […]

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Gems in the Web 3/7/14

Filed in Gems in the Web by on March 7, 2014 0 Comments
Gems in the Web 3/7/14

A few years ago, a friend in the process of divorce encouraged me to write on the topic of pariahs in the church. These are the believing women around us whose life circumstances make us uncomfortable – the Ruths and Naomis in our culture. Maybe they lost a child to death or are estranged from […]

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The History of Women and Work Part Two

Filed in Relationships, Women & Work by on March 6, 2014 9 Comments
The History of Women and Work Part Two

In Women and Work Part One we talked about women in ancient times, including the Proverbs 31 woman, as well as women in New Testament times. Today we will look at women and work from the time of the Reformation forward. Quotes are all take from The Measure of Success: Uncovering the Biblical Perspective of […]

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Vacation(?) with a Two-Year-Old

Filed in Parenting by on March 3, 2014 24 Comments
Vacation(?) with a Two-Year-Old

I know, I know. I need to finish my series on Women and Work, but I’m on vacation right now, and after spending a delirious night of 8 solid, wild hours with a wiggly, wide-awake two-year-old, I need serious therapy. Therapy costs a lot of money, so how about a post? That always helps. I […]

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My Wild Children in the Pew

Filed in Parenting by on February 28, 2014 6 Comments
My Wild Children in the Pew

I’ve been too busy the last couple of days to finish the History of Women and Work article, but we’re off to Wisconsin Dells to shake off the winter blues and spend a couple of days swimming, so I’ll have some time to write when the little boys are napping in the hotel room this […]

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History of Women and Work

Filed in Relationships, Women & Work by on February 26, 2014 9 Comments
History of Women and Work

If you are new to this blog post series, let me quick catch you up to speed. I’m in the middle of reading a book called The Measure of Success: Uncovering the Biblical Perspective of Women, Work, and the Home, by Carolyn McCulley. It’s definitely recommended reading. I started by writing Is Your Role “Full-Time-Playmate-for-Little-Kids” […]

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