From the Women’s March to an interview with Lee Strobel to articles about modesty and judging – my blog covered quite the range of issues this year. I’m very grateful that more than two-million of you visited these pages, and below I’ve ranked the articles you shared the most. If you missed any of these
Feminism. It’s Mirriam-Webster’s word of the year. And it’s no wonder with the Women’s March last January, the #MeToo Campaign this Fall – and the Boy Scouts’ decision in October to allow girls into their organization. Women are flexing their collective muscle like never before, so it’s not surprising that feminism was looked up more
With a rash of sexual harassment allegations against them, powerful men like Harvey Weinstein, Al Franken, and Roy Moore are facing a day of reckoning. Ironically, so is feminism – a movement that claims to fight for women’s rights, but clearly has done a miserable job living up to its own billing. As social critic
This is one of the most chilling exchanges I’ve ever heard, revealing the shocking level to which the thought police are exerting their influence on college campuses and obliterating free speech. Lindsay Shepherd, a graduate student and TA at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, dared to show a video clip featuring University of Toronto professor
Why do girls want to become Boy Scouts, but boys don’t want to become Girl Scouts? The sad truth is that women and girls have stopped valuing their own femininity, thanks in large part to feminists who have encouraged them to become like men. Recently, I discussed how this problem developed in our culture, and
Last month, another bastion of male exclusivity vanished as the Boy Scouts of America reversed its long-standing policy and announced it will admit girls. As a woman, I should be happy – at least according to some feminists. Toni Van Pelt, President of the National Organization for Women (NOW), said in response to the decision,
My Interview on Moody Radio: How Can Strong, Gifted Women Find Their Place in the Church? Should Christians be Feminist? And more…
How can strong, gifted women find their place to serve within conservative churches? What is Jesus Feminism, and what should Christians think of it? And how should pastors shepherd the women in their congregations?
Though I admire the courage and sacrifice of our Armed Forces, I’ve never been a big fan of war movies. The carnage turns my stomach. And often the morally questionable behavior of the characters, even ones who claim to be Christians (as in American Sniper), makes it hard for me to embrace them wholeheartedly.
Reviews of Redeeming the Feminine Soul: “Your book made me not only understand myself, but celebrate how uniquely God made me!”
Without a doubt, the best part of writing a book is seeing how God uses it to touch other people. I have been so blessed by the many emails, Facebook comments, tweets, texts, and even blog posts about my book, Redeeming the Feminine Soul. Here are some of my favorites! Joan from Lynchburg, VA: “I
This article first appeared on the Religion News Service website on October 26, 2017. Today Brandan Robertson is a leading voice among LGBTQ-affirming Christians. But 10 years ago, he was a new believer from an alcoholic home, trying desperately to live up to his fundamentalist church’s ideal of manhood. And failing miserably. “According to many