Should Christian young women pursue higher education? If they are going to spend their life as homemakers, why waste money and time on something they will not use? This article answers these objections and shows that Christian young women should pursue higher education.
The impact of postmodernism on the study of history is that it has made history a matter of personal interpretation. The result of neglecting history is that we have lost a sense of our identity and discernment. Christians should take history serious because of the nature of Scripture and the involvement of the church.
To speak about table manners may be a strange thing. In this article the author shows that the first place to learn the principle of putting others first starts at the table. Looking at the implications of the command to love your neighbour, the article shows that good manners flow from that command.
In this article the author shows that housekeeping and homemaking is a skill that is being lost by many young women and mothers. Looking at the fact that God is the God of order and beauty, the author encourages Christian women to reflect that in their homes by keeping them tidy, orderly, and hygienic.
The Christian, just like any other person, is faced with many choices—choices for life's direction, a life partner in marriage, ways of parenthood, and life in marriage and child rearing. How does a Christian woman and mother decide in all these? This article shows that the answer lies in having wisdom.
Submissiveness is a cultural problem since the culture does not promote and share this virtue anymore. The clarion call of this article is that to submit is a matter of attitude and of the heart that loves Jesus Christ. The article looks at the call to submit in society, church, and family.
How does the world think about sex? Revolution around the concepts of contraception, divorce, feminism, and reproductive technology has contributed to a modern perspective on sex which is far from what the Bible teaches. How can the church face such a situation?
Why should we love church history? Church history is the unfolding of God's plan of redemption. It shows how God preserves His church and causes it to increase. It affirms the faithfulness of God's word. It gives encouragement to believers to be courageous. It provides examples of godly individuals. And finally, it fill us with humility.
The life of Salina, Countes of Huntingdom can be an example for us of how to use influence for good. Converted late in her life, Salina Countes used her position and possessions for the spread of the gospel, the promotion of Christian education, and the support of the poor.
We live in a culture of narcissism which values self-praise, self-love, and self-absorption. This author shows how one can practice evangelism in this culture, seeking to turn people from singing their own praises to singing about Christ.
How is gardening beneficial for the family? This article argues that gardening creates a resting place for the family, encourages the admiration of God's creation and work, and provides food. Gardening is a biblical theme that began in the garden of Eden.