Category: Women’s Ministry

The Biblical Woman Statement

Southwestern Seminary’s women’s programs blog released a statement today defining their position on biblical womanhood.... Read More »

ObamaCare, Contraception, and the War on Women

What is the war on women? The phrase has been used by various political groups to characterize attitudes related to the perspective on women’s roles in the home and workplace. In recent days, the idea of a war on women has been used to describe the debate ov... Read More »

Three Things that We Like about Homeschooling (a Mother’s Day Tribute)

When I tell people about my wife’s job, they are usually very impressed. Their sentiments are usually expressed in statements like “Wow, that is amazing” or “I could never do that.” What does she do? She is a diligent homemaker who homeschools our ch... Read More »

Hoover talks about new book for church planting wives

Editor’s Note: The following is an interview with Christine Hoover about her recently published book The Church Planting Wife. Christine and her husband Kyle moved to Charlottesville, Va., in 2008 to plant Charlottesville Community Church. Christine also sha... Read More »

Is It Greek to You? Interpreting Romans 16:7

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on BW Voices, the blog for, a website of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Women’s Programs. Greet Andronicus and Junia, my countrymen and my fellow prisoners, who are of ... Read More »

A Love that Endures: The Legacy of Ann, Sarah, and Emily Judson

Editor’s Note: On Feb. 19, 1812, newly-weds Adoniram and Ann Judson set sail with others as the first American foreign missionaries. Later this year, B&H will release “Adoniram Judson: A Bicentennial Appreciation of the Pioneer American Mission... Read More »

A Living Obituary

Editor’s note: This article first appeared on the blog BW Voices, part of the Biblical Woman website run by Southwestern’s Women’s Studies Programs. What would your obituary say if you were to die today? What would your legacy be? Would peopl... Read More »