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Navigating the Undefined Relationship

Posted on 14-Aug-14 14:36 by Colleen Chao
Topics: Relationships with Others

Met a great guy? Confused about where the relationship is going? Here's some encouragement for you . . .

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Do You Fight Like a Christian?

Posted on 05-Aug-14 15:56 by Heidi Jo Fulk
Topics: Relationships with Others

Do we fight the same way the world does? Do we use the same tools? God's Word gives us the answer.

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Are All Your Friends from Facebook?

Posted on 17-Jul-14 16:24 by Kristie Anyabwile | Twitter: @kanyabwile
Topics: Relationships with Others

According to statistics, the average Facebook user has 245 friends. Are all those we call "friends" today really our friends?

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Reversing the Downhill Trend of Gratitude

Posted on 17-Jul-14 14:43 by Nancy Leigh DeMoss | Twitter: @NancyDeMoss
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others

Are you ready to become the kind of person who brightens your home, church, or workplace with the fresh air of gratitude rather than constant complaints and criticism?

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Modesty, Beauty, and Men. Why Should We Care?

Posted on 10-Jul-14 10:21 by Jani Ortlund | Twitter: @JaniOrtlund
Topics: Relationships with Others

Our appearance is one of the most powerful ways we have of sending a message about the condition of our hearts.

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Connected: Curing the Pandemic of Everyone Feeling Alone Together

Posted on 10-Jul-14 08:39 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

In a culture completely obsessed with feeling good, we've been raised with the idea that our self-esteem should be fed into. We look to our relationships to satisfy our craving for constant ego strokes. This is not the formula that Jesus modeled or taught.

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The Twofold Promise of Forgiveness

Posted on 30-Jun-14 15:55 by Nancy Leigh DeMoss | Twitter: @NancyDeMoss
Topics: Relationships with Others

Don't you wish there was a delete key for life? That with the press of a button all your bitterness would disappear?

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Seven Ways to Love Your Pastor

Posted on 30-Jun-14 15:07 by Elisha Galotti | Twitter: @ElishaGalotti
Topics: Relationships with Others

We know that our pastors are supposed to love us well. Do we love them well in return? What are some of the ways we can love our pastor?

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Loving Someone in Their Mess

Posted on 30-May-14 10:30 by Colleen Chao
Topics: Relationships with Others

Is it humanly possible to truly love someone who has hurt you?

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The Church Is a Body, Not a Body Part

Posted on 21-May-14 16:07 by Kelly Needham | Twitter: @kellyneedham
Topics: Relationships with Others

How do you respond when the sermon doesn't apply to you? Do you check out or roll your eyes? Being a part of the body of Christ means it's not all about you. You are a small and indispensable part of a whole, just like the woman in the pew behind you. She needs you and you need her.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Write a Thank You Note Today

Posted on 25-Apr-14 12:29 by Elisha Galotti | Twitter: @ElishaGalotti
Topics: Relationships with Others

Words matter. They have power. And there are people in our lives we ought to thank--people who have loved us, served us, blessed us. Have we taken the time to thank them?

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Four Practical Ways to Welcome Autism into Your Church

Posted on 23-Apr-14 13:27 by Sheila Gosney
Topics: Relationships with Others

Autism strikes one in eighty-eight children, making it the fastest growing disability in our world today. The statistics make people scratch their heads and debate the cause. But when a child with autism enters your church, it's not about statistics anymore, and a few minor accommodations can make all the difference.

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Three Ways to Fight the Sin of Partiality

Posted on 15-Apr-14 13:24 by Trillia Newbell | Twitter: @TrilliaNewbell
Topics: Relationships with Others

We often sum people up by outward appearance. We easily do this with ethnicity, as well. Unfortunately, our wrong assumptions and cherished preferences can affect the way we treat others, even our brothers and sisters in Christ.

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Nine Ways Ministry Is Like Making Cider

Posted on 25-Mar-14 13:33 by Nancy Leigh DeMoss | Twitter: @NancyDeMoss
Topics: Relationships with Others

A few years ago, I was able to join some of our team at a fellow staff member's home for a unique experience--a cider-making party. The process was fascinating--and thought-provoking.

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Teens Desperately Need Help, and You've Got What It Takes!

Posted on 28-Mar-14 10:43 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

Don't worry if you don't have a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling or if you you're not up on the latest fashions. You have everything you need to help that teen in the gospel.

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Casseroles, Cookies, and Christ: A Plea for Mentors

Posted on 13-Mar-14 14:06 by Jani Ortlund | Twitter: @JaniOrtlund
Topics: Relationships with Others

She needed me to call back to her, to tell her she'd find Jesus in her journey, and that He was worth every penny, every tear, every effort expended.

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The Struggle and Sweetness of Surrender

Posted on 13-Mar-14 13:26 by Chiree Bollinger
Topics: Relationships with Others

Sometimes the Lord initiates changes in our lives through normal life situations or through trials and challenges. But each of these areas is meant to pry open our hands and allow the Lord to come in and fulfill His purpose through our lives.

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Filter Before You Speak

Posted on 11-Mar-14 14:03 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

Far too many times as a young woman I justified the rude, obnoxious, bluntly honest, criticisms that frequently spewed from my (far-too-often open) mouth. Any bystanders who might happen to be in the vicinity of my diatribes were leveled. I justified my honest jabs with the belief that: The TRUTH must be delivered!

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Thick Skin, Tender Heart, and What Every Pastor's Wife Needs Most

Posted on 10-Mar-14 15:38 by Elisha Galotti | Twitter: @ElishaGalotti
Topics: Relationships with Others

As we drove along, as I anticipated spending my evening buying ingredients and then cooking a meal for this woman who had hurt me, the waves of sorrow turned quickly to anger.

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Helping Women Marry Well

Posted on 03-Mar-14 16:02 by Candice Watters | Twitter: @CandiceWatters
Topics: Relationships with Others

The final part of Candice Watter's series on where all the single men are includes a helpful interview with two of her most influential mentors.

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Plenty of Men to Go Around, Part 2

Posted on 18-Feb-14 11:00 by Candice Watters | Twitter: @CandiceWatters
Topics: Relationships with Others

In Part 2 of her “Plenty of Men to Go Around” series, Candice Watters share some encouraging news about where to find godly men and how to get some help finding them.

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Craving God's Best

Posted on 17-Feb-14 17:55 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

Valentine's Day has come and gone. Our blood sugar has spiked from all of that chocolate and some of us never received what we were actually craving--someone else's love.

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Beyond Blushing

Posted on 06-Feb-14 12:45 by Nancy Leigh DeMoss | Twitter: @NancyDeMoss
Topics: Relationships with Others

Nancy Leigh DeMoss weighs in on modesty and how women can “help our brothers out” by looking carefully at the way we dress.

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To the Valentine's Day Cynic

Posted on 06-Feb-14 11:18 by Lindsey Carlson | Twitter: @WorshipRejoices
Topics: Relationships with Others

Does Valentine's Day bring out your inner cynic? Whether you're single or married, does your desire to be loved drive you crazy? What does God say about our desires and His love?

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Don't Just Wish This Valentine's Day Away . . . Pray.

Posted on 04-Feb-14 12:01 by Carolyn McCulley | Twitter: @CarolynMcculley
Topics: Relationships with Others

What do you do when you get together with a bunch of your single friends? Whine? Moan? Complain? Read what Carolyn McCulley and her friends have done in response to the issue of unintended singleness.

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Relationships: Worth the Mess

Posted on 03-Feb-14 13:01 by Lindsay Swartz | Twitter: @LindsSwartz
Topics: Relationships with Others

Not much gets in the way of my Thursday night routine. For over a year now, I rush home from work, choose between getting in a quick workout or a few minutes on the couch, and head out the door to get to my small group on time. I've grown to look forward to this night of the week almost more than any other.

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How Pro-life Are You, Really?

Posted on 17-Jan-14 16:00 by Nancy Leigh DeMoss | Twitter: @NancyDeMoss
Topics: Relationships with Others

Most of us would say we're pro-life, but when it comes down to our daily actions and thoughts, do we really demonstrate how much we value life? Nancy gets to the heart of how we value life in today's blog.

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Happy Holidays, Open Doors, and the Gospel

Posted on 13-Dec-13 10:42 by Darla Wilkinson | Twitter: @DarlaWilkinson
Topics: Relationships with Others

What transforms the holidays into "happy" moments? Beneath the good food, parties, and presents, every heart craves the warmth and security that comes from being with loved ones in a haven of plenty. You need look no further than the Christmas classics to see it's true.

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Lessons Learned from Mom Ortlund

Posted on 27-Nov-13 12:30 by Jani Ortlund | Twitter: @JaniOrtlund
Topics: Relationships with Others

My mother-in-law died on November 4, and I miss her so. She was a radiant, life-giving servant of Christ who loved me—and many others—with all her heart. We walk in mournful joy these days. Now it is my turn to mother our family. Her memory will continue to influence me until I see her again. Here are a few of the biblical life principles she taught me.

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Peeking into Lives All Month Long

Posted on 25-Nov-13 17:11 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

If you've ever taken a walk after the sun has set, you know the dark sky and brightly-lit rooms allow you to peek into lives you might never meet otherwise. For the next month on the blog, you can skip the walk. We'll be opening curtains and flipping on lights so you can see into homes and lives of those you've never met. Women like Beth and girls like Chloe who are now walking in freedom, fullness, and fruitfulness in Christ.

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Five Ways to Make the Holidays More Peaceful

Posted on 19-Nov-13 11:24 by Elisha Galotti | Twitter: @ElishaGalotti
Topics: Relationships with Others

Where there is the love and closeness of family, there is the capacity to hurt others or to be hurt ourselves. It's part of being a family; it's part of being sinful. Do you want peace this holiday season? Here are five things you can do.

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Ten Times It's Wise to Hold Your Tongue

Posted on 18-Nov-13 15:32 by Lina Abujamra | Twitter: @LinaMay
Topics: Relationships with Others

Do you talk too much? Lina shares ten situations where God is teaching her the wisdom of refraining to speak.

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Womanhood and the View from the Rearview Mirror

Posted on 13-Nov-13 15:22 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

The "other side of womanhood" is the season where I've reached a place of maternal barrenness. That is a difficult reality to adjust to. But once I regained my equilibrium, I found in this "other side" season I'm actually able to be fruitful in a sweet, different way than when I was in my child-bearing years. In fact, this can be the most spiritually fruitful season of our lives.

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Is It Wrong to Ask God for a Husband?

Posted on 17-Oct-13 15:33 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

I wonder if any of you are stuck where I was a couple years ago. It may sound silly, but I found myself wondering, Is it sinful to keep asking God for a husband? After all, I’d been seeking that—asking for that—for years, and the door appeared to be sealed shut. God seemed to thwart my plan for marriage at every turn.

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What if Knowing Your Spiritual Gift Doesn't Matter?

Posted on 14-Oct-13 16:40 by Carolyn McCulley | Twitter: @CarolynMcculley
Topics: Relationships with Others

A lot has been written in recent decades about finding your spiritual gifts—as though they are hard to detect without lots of inspection. That wasn't the perspective of the early church. In writing about spiritual gifts to the Corinthian church, the apostle Paul emphasized three things: the source of the gifts, the purpose of the gifts, and the goal of the gifts. But he seems unconcerned with individuals spending a lot of time identifying their gifts. Here’s why.

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The Bravery of Imperfect Pastors

Posted on 11-Oct-13 10:06 by Barbara Challies
Topics: Relationships with Others

They often miss the mark. Their families know it and their congregations do, too. But they continue to go public with God's ways, standards, and norms.

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Please Help Me Parent This Boy-Crazy Girl of Mine!

Posted on 27-Sep-13 12:11 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

"I have three girls ages seven, five, and two. And now I'm watching my nine-year-old niece who is crazy boy crazy. Like she couldn't make a choice of paper color until 'boy A' chose his . . . when she was in preschool! I really want to be able to help so she can not be distracted by the cute boys or men she’s around. Do you have any advice?"

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Serving in Church: When Your Spiritual Gift Isn't Changing Diapers

Posted on 25-Sep-13 16:57 by Catherine Parks | Twitter: @cathparks
Topics: Relationships with Others

There's nothing wrong with wanting to use our gifts to serve our church family. But then again, who would say they have the spiritual gift of changing diapers? Holding doors open? Setting up chairs?

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Getting Serious About Gratitude

Posted on 16-Sep-13 16:18 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others

Yesterday, I wrote about God's warning against spiritual envy from Jude 12–13. While that passage hit me hard, it felt like a walk in the park compared to what I read next.

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Facebook Etiquette: The Good, the Bad, and the Biblical

Posted on 06-Sep-13 12:56 by Darla Wilkinson | Twitter: @DarlaWilkinson
Topics: Relationships with Others

I hear a common complaint about the world of Facebook. It goes something like this: "On Facebook people make their lives look perfect." I also see a common reaction from women in response: a growing trend of women writing prickly posts about this issue.

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It's Here! Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl

Posted on 28-Aug-13 15:34 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

Dear True Woman readers, It's almost done. Scratch that. It's almost begun!

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Self-Harm: Five Ways to Respond with Love and Truth

Posted on 21-Aug-13 16:03 by Darla Wilkinson | Twitter: @DarlaWilkinson
Topics: Relationships with Others

Do you know someone who struggles with cutting? Self-harm is a common problem--a silent oppression--that quietly invades the church. How can we wisely respond with gospel truth and love to those suffering in silence?

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A Video Plus Twelve Practical Discipleship Ideas

Posted on 15-Aug-13 15:19 by Jani Ortlund | Twitter: @JaniOrtlund
Topics: Relationships with Others

We must cultivate in our sphere of influence—our homes, neighborhoods, workplaces, churches—spiritual daughters who in turn can pass the Truth on. The younger women among us are our sacred trust from our Heavenly Father. Making disciples is not just a nifty idea someone thought up. It is a biblical mandate.

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Cracking the Code of Discipleship

Posted on 14-Aug-13 15:20 by Jani Ortlund | Twitter: @JaniOrtlund
Topics: Relationships with Others

Discipleship isn't about first-class Christians trying to bring second-class Christians up to their level. The most important way you can disciple others is by enjoying Christ yourself in such an irresistible way that your enjoyment becomes contagious.

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Should My Boyfriend's Porn Addiction Be a Relationship Deal-Breaker?

Posted on 19-Jul-13 12:12 by Lindsey Wagstaffe | Twitter: @Lindzelia
Topics: Relationships with Others

Porn is the new normal, and this is the sobering refrain I've heard shattered girlfriends repeat: "Every Christian man fails here. I think it's just something we have to understand and accept." Or . . . is it? Catch Pastor John Piper's answer to my question, "Should the present presence of pornography in a man's life be a marriage deal-breaker for single women like me?"

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A Call to Live Like People Matter

Posted on 24-Jun-13 13:41 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

To be honest, the fact that Jesus always seemed to make time for others doesn't always sit well with me. That's because valuing people isn't one of my strong suits. I tend to elevate tasks and schedules and crossing items off of my to-do lists . . .

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Loose Lips Sink Families

Posted on 17-Jun-13 14:27 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

"Loose lips sink ships." They also have a way of sinking entire families. Don't believe me? Just ask Zeresh or Potiphar's wife or the many wives of Solomon. These were wives who did not hold their tongues. They are wives who whispered unwise words into the ears of their husbands. As a result, they are wives who watched their husbands lose fortunes, favor, and even their lives. Here are their stories . . .

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The Next Time You're Insulted

Posted on 14-Jun-13 14:37 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

You mean I have to bless that person who is being rude or harsh? I can't give them the "you're an idiot" look? How about that "eye for an eye" principle? That sounds pretty good when my blood starts to boil . . . Nope, Scripture makes a clear case for humility, and it has everything to do with the gospel.

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Father's Day Stories (and a Giveaway)

Posted on 13-Jun-13 16:06 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

May these broken but beautiful redemption stories encourage you today as you experience your own broken-but-beautiful "dad story."

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Seven Ways to Love Your Pastor's Wife Well

Posted on 24-May-13 12:08 by Jani Ortlund | Twitter: @JaniOrtlund
Topics: Relationships with Others

Do you know a pastor's wife? Would you like to bless her? After forty-one years in a ministry marriage, here are some ways our people have blessed me.

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The Ministry of Pancakes

Posted on 24-May-13 12:51 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Impacting your world, Relationships with Others

I could have said no. I could have kept my mask of perfection firmly glued on my make-up free face. But the pull of a breakfast I didn't have to cook on dishes I didn't have to wash was too much for me. The result was a steaming pile of pancakes loaded with butter and maple syrup, and a morning of ministry to my heart that filled me back up when I was empty.

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Have Mercy!

Posted on 22-May-13 13:00 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others

With that thought in mind, I decided to ask the Lord who I was not being merciful to. The answer came into my heart in a single beat. "Your husband." Come again, Lord?

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me, Me, ME

Posted on 17-May-13 16:07 by Carrie Ward | Twitter: @AnEverydayMama
Topics: Relationships with Others, With Your Kids

Just exactly how much ME time do I need before it becomes selfish and self-indulgent?

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Sin-Sniffer or Gracious Rescuer?

Posted on 01-Apr-13 08:35 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

Which are you? Do you spend your day sin-sniffing, or are you free to enjoy others?

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Reboot: Romans 7 and 8: More Good News

Posted on 26-Mar-13 15:44 by Elyse Fitzpatrick
Topics: Relationships with Others

It's a promise; not a command: 'Sin will have no dominion over you.'

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Our Male-Bashing Bible Study

Posted on 25-Mar-13 15:20 by Karen Waddles
Topics: Relationships with Others

It all started out so well . . . until there was a subtle shift in our conversation.

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Confessions of a Crummy Friend

Posted on 13-Mar-13 17:04 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

Are you letting your friendships simmer on the back burner?

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Got the Grumpies?

Posted on 08-Mar-13 13:44 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

My family, too. Here's what is changing things.

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Praying for Your Little Prince

Posted on 27-Feb-13 16:43 by Jani Ortlund | Twitter: @JaniOrtlund
Topics: Relationships with Others

Prayers Jani prays for the precocious little princes in her life.

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Praying for Your Little Princess

Posted on 27-Feb-13 17:00 by Jani Ortlund | Twitter: @JaniOrtlund
Topics: Relationships with Others

Prayers Jani prays for her little princess.

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Sunday Dinners

Posted on 25-Feb-13 14:11 by Karen Waddles
Topics: Relationships with Others

Discouraged about your family. Karen encourages you to persevere by recounting what God has done in her own family.

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Too Embarrassed to Ask for Prayer?

Posted on 15-Jan-13 11:12 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

Learn what happened when things got out of control in the Davis household and scores of people set to praying.

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Calling It What It Is

Posted on 08-Jan-13 16:17 by Karen Waddles
Topics: Relationships with Others

Karen Waddles confesses to prettying up her sin in her previous post.

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A Sexual Revival

Posted on 10-Oct-12 16:17 by Dr. Juli Slattery | Twitter: @DrJuliSlattery
Topics: Relationships with Others

Dr. Juli Slattery left True Woman '12 focusing on a specific corner of revival--a sexual revival.

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When FOMO Attacks

Posted on 28-Aug-12 16:52 by Erin Straza | Twitter: @ErinStraza
Topics: Relationships with Others

Do you have FOMO? Learn about this new term coined for our ever-connected digital age and what to do about it.

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This Momentary Marriage: Ian and Larissa's Story

Posted on 25-May-12 16:50 by Carolyn McCulley | Twitter: @CarolynMcculley
Topics: Relationships with Others

Even though my company produced this film, I'm not going to be bashful about promoting this piece. The reason is not for the filmmaking--it is because of the tremendous, God-honoring faith that Ian and Larissa express. I still cry every time I watch it.

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A Toast to the Best Valentine's Day Yet!

Posted on 31-Jan-12 12:06 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

I’d like to propose a toast. Grab a cup of coffee, a can of Pepsi, your Nalgene bottle—any beverage nearby will do—and let’s drink to . . . the best Valentine’s Day yet!

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The Perks of Multigenerational Living

Posted on 05-Jan-12 17:27 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

I'm not advocating that you call your children and grandchildren and announce you are adding a wing on to your house just for them. But, I do think it is wise for all of us to take note that multigenerational living, mentoring, and connection is part of God's plan for the family.

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Two Kinds of Desires

Posted on 14-Sep-11 12:09 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others

What kind of desires are you fueling?

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Discernment and Sexual Predators

Posted on 08-Sep-11 16:08 by Carolyn McCulley | Twitter: @CarolynMcculley
Topics: Relationships with Others, Sexuality

We puff up the minds of girls with princess mythologies, but we don't often equip them to recognize that Prince Charming needs to have some character, not just sweet talk. 

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Debunking the Squeaky Clean Myth

Posted on 29-Aug-11 10:14 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

After establishing himself as the new neighborhood bully, he followed up by tracking each of us down to announce that he’s a pastor and that if we ever need prayer, he’d be happy to help . . .

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A 20-Year-Old Writes About Biblical Womanhood for Teens

Posted on 06-May-11 15:18 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others, Womanhood

Hear about the book, a little about Hannah’s story, and how it all comes back to Jesus.

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What Difference Does It Make?

Posted on 18-Apr-11 15:41 by Nancy Leigh DeMoss | Twitter: @NancyDeMoss
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others

What does all this mean for us? What difference do the Cross and the empty tomb make for those who are facing pain or tears or failure? Here are some of the implications of that momentous weekend for people like you and me.

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"Jihad Cosmo"

Posted on 21-Mar-11 12:30 by Carolyn McCulley | Twitter: @CarolynMcculley
Topics: Impacting your world, Relationships with Others

The kingdom of God needs women who know the truth about their religion and about the battle and its dimensions and know what is expected of them.

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Too Embarrassed to Ask for Prayer?

Posted on 02-Mar-11 11:20 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others, When Life's Hard

I wanted to pray but I couldn’t get words past the lump in my throat. I feared for the well-being of my man, I had to care for my two small children, and I was anxious about meeting my deadline.

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Slammed Anyone Lately?

Posted on 21-Feb-11 12:30 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others

Not long into the message I began to get a little uncomfortable. My discomfort increased as the preacher began a tirade against certain individuals, even referring to them as “idiots.” Years later, I don’t have a clue what his text or his point was, but I can clearly recall this preacher’s critical words.

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Have You Started a Forest Fire Today?

Posted on 14-Feb-11 14:53 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Impacting your world, Relationships with Others

Watch the change that occurs in your attitude and in the atmosphere of your home or workplace when you intentionally engage in “speaking life” rather than “speaking bitterness.”

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Taming That Tongue

Posted on 09-Feb-11 15:22 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

While no one in their own power can “tame the tongue,” thankfully, God provides all you need to discipline this unruly critter! As you cooperate with Him, here are some practical tips to help you tame that unruly tongue.

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MISTER KITTY!!

Posted on 19-Jan-11 13:28 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

Short of moving to a planet with no kitties, people, or other irritations, what’s to be done about this anger spewing out of us?

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Titus2ing

Posted on 23-Nov-10 15:48 by Carrie Gaul
Topics: Impacting your world, Relationships with Others

Our paths first crossed on a chilly Saturday morning. Her enthusiasm was evident as this elderly woman walked briskly past us, surrounded by several younger women.

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Is She Living Up to Your Standard?

Posted on 22-Nov-10 14:52 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

Think about your pastor’s wife for a moment. Does she measure up to the standards for what you think a pastor’s wife should be?

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True Confessions of a Pastorís Wife

Posted on 22-Nov-10 14:28 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others, When Life's Hard

I’ve been married to a youth pastor for more than ten years. I know all about unrealistic expectations, excess criticism, and the identity crisis that being a family in ministry can cause.

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Finding the Right Church for You

Posted on 08-Nov-10 14:35 by Bob Lepine
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others

It’s fine to take all kinds of issues into consideration as you decide on a church home for you and your family. But there are more important issues to keep in mind as you determine where you should worship. Here are a few of the issues I’d put on my list . . .

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Meet Jealousyís Hostile Sidekick

Posted on 11-Oct-10 13:01 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

We will continue to be easily angered until we get a firm grasp on how God sees us, and how He calls us to treat the people around us.

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How Well Do You Know the Green-Eyed Monster?

Posted on 11-Oct-10 08:39 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

Jealousy is a green-eyed monster. If it’s hiding in the closet of your heart, it’s time to do some housecleaning.

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Why church membership?

Posted on 31-Aug-10 12:21 by Bob Lepine
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others

"Are you an accountable member of a local church? Not just: Is your name somewhere? But, are you committed to discipline and being disciplined according to biblical standards?"

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Seven Days with Seven Friends

Posted on 12-Aug-10 08:16 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

Whenever I spend time with these women, I always leave with a greater appreciation for all they’ve taught me.

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Girls Gone Wise 17: Sweet TalkinÔŅĹ Woman

Posted on 27-Jul-10 08:19 by Mary Kassian | Twitter: @MaryKassian
Topics: Relationships with Others

She was a sweet-talkin' woman. She knew how to turn on the charm, butter him up, and get him to do her bidding . . .

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On Walking and Praying

Posted on 22-Jul-10 12:51 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others

If you at all enjoy praying or walking, can I encourage you to listen to this really practical conversation? Or, if you're feeling rather stymied in your prayer life . . . Either way, I think you'll catch a bit of Christ’s heart for the world as you listen to Erin Davis.

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Leaves of Promise

Posted on 07-Jul-10 15:09 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others, When Life's Hard

Last summer I faced one of those painful seasons when a loved one fell to temptation at great personal cost.

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Let me pray for you . . .

Posted on 07-Jul-10 15:26 by Mary Ann Lepine
Topics: Relationships with Others

I had been a Christian for over 20 years, but this was the first time someone had offered to pray for me, and then did so--immediately--out loud and in my hearing, and over the phone! I thought to myself, how bold, how strange, and how wonderful to hear someone praying for me.

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Girls Gone Wise 13: Clingy Girlfriend Syndrome

Posted on 29-Jun-10 13:40 by Mary Kassian | Twitter: @MaryKassian
Topics: Marriage, Relationships with Others, Singleness

Some women are so needy for attention and affirmation that they cling to men like plastic wrap to a piece of raw meat. But women who try to quench their neediness through relationships with men are usually left feeling parched and dry.

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Fatherís Day Ideas (Yes, Iím cheating)

Posted on 16-Jun-10 12:37 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

I think all birthdays and holidays should be spent together. To me, no present is complete without a mushy card. But Dad’s different. I’m still learning how to communicate love and respect for him in a way that he understands and desires.

 

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Has Life Stolen Your Dance?

Posted on 28-Apr-10 13:11 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others, With Your Kids

Not only is this birthday a reminder that I’m no spring chicken, it also has me wondering where the dancing has gone. Life has a way of taking the dance right out of our hearts. Age seems to inevitably usher stress, sadness, fear, and anxiety into our lives and those carefree days of baby bouncing fade quickly away.

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Pull Off the Tape and Bless!

Posted on 07-Apr-10 14:09 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others, Womanhood

Recently I overheard a young man complain that he received plenty of pats on the back at work, but had to work really hard to ever hear any kind of compliment at home . . .

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The Spoiled Birthday Brat Syndrome

Posted on 05-Apr-10 17:02 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

I look forward to my birthday the way most girls look forward to their wedding day . . .

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Your Racecourse

Posted on 23-Feb-10 22:41 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

You don't have to chart your own course or manipulate your circumstances to fit your expertly designed "master plan." You can take courage and great comfort in the knowledge that your future has been planned by the One who knows you best, loves you most, and has no problem accomplishing His purposes!

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Ministering When It's Inconvenient

Posted on 19-Feb-10 10:01 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Impacting your world, Relationships with Others

If we look closely at Jesus' life, we find an interesting pattern. We know that Jesus spent His time on earth serving others. But have you ever considered how often He ministered when it was inconvenient?

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Ten truths that will change your life in 2010

Posted on 04-Jan-10 10:27 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

Are you a New Year’s resolution maker? I’m not. Over the years I’ve found the tradition of vowing to change at the start of the New Year to be an exercise in disappointment. Every year my diets fail, my habits stay the same, and my resolutions to do things differently fall flat. Maybe that’s because I’ve been focusing on the wrong things. . . .

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Tis the Season . . . To Focus on Christ

Posted on 30-Nov-09 14:49 by Mindy Kroesche
Topics: Homefront, Relationships with Others

Each Christmas I struggle with how we can make this time more about celebrating Jesus than about presents, decorations, and all the rest of the trappings.

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Titus 2 Prayers

Posted on 24-Nov-09 21:53 by Dawn Wilson | Twitter: @HeartChoices
Topics: Relationships with Others

While I enjoyed being a young Titus 2 woman (Titus 2:1–5), I entered into the "older woman" role reluctantly. After a while, however, I realized that women were going to watch my life whether I liked it or not, but I could be the Titus 2 woman God designed me to be if I placed my confidence firmly in the Lord.

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"Could we meet?"

Posted on 23-Nov-09 18:18 by Holly Elliff | Twitter: @TSCMomlink
Topics: Relationships with Others

"I know you’re really busy, but I really need an older woman I trust to give me some advice and counsel. I was wondering if it might be possible for us to get together once a month?”

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The Titus 2 Challenge

Posted on 03-Nov-09 14:57 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

With more than two decades experience as a pastor's wife, I am convinced that women are in desperate need of discipleship.

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Expressions of Gratitude

Posted on 19-Nov-09 09:15 by Carrie Gaul
Topics: Relationships with Others

Yesterday afternoon I was sitting at a red light (multi-tasking, of course). I glanced up from my book to see this license plate staring back at me: THKFUL. I laughed out loud.

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I want a friend like that!

Posted on 03-Nov-09 14:38 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

Do you have friends who point you to truth? Friends who offer the comfort of God's grace when you are hurting?

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Never Grocery Shop Alone

Posted on 12-Nov-09 11:39 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

You can have a huge impact on the next generation. You can be a truth speaker to the young women around you who need it so desperately. And it all starts in the produce aisle.

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Cyber-mentoring

Posted on 12-Nov-09 11:29 by Erin Davis | Twitter: @ErinGraffiti
Topics: Relationships with Others

Almost two years ago, the team at Revive Our Hearts approached me about blogging for a new site, www.LiesYoungWomenBelieve.com. I was excited about the opportunity to partner with Revive Our Hearts, but more than a little skeptical about the possibility that any real ministry or mentoring could occur online.

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Never Forget

Posted on 12-Nov-09 09:44 by Carrie Gaul
Topics: Relationships with Others, Relationship with God

So many times I’ve thought “I don’t want to ever forget this moment.” The look in my son’s eyes as his bride walked down the aisle; my husband’s “welcome home” embrace as I returned from a third-world country; the joy of freedom after years of spiritual bondage; the night I first realized I was loved by the King of kings.

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A surprising beauty regimen

Posted on 05-Nov-09 08:59 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

What are some of your favorite beauty regimens? Painting your nails? Coloring your hair? How about choosing—and overflowing—with gratitude?

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Where are all the little old, godly women?

Posted on 03-Nov-09 14:13 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

As a young woman preparing for marriage, I kept wondering, Where are all the little old, godly women who can help me get ready for this? . . . That is when I really began to have a burden for training younger women.

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Deadlines, to-do lists, and kids

Posted on 30-Sep-09 15:43 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

It’s not that I’m a kid-hater, but I tend to think they don’t have much to offer me. See, I like to get things done, and kids don’t know much about (or value) deadlines or to-do lists . . .

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Respect in the "Blogosphere"

Posted on 03-Sep-09 17:12 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

What is your reaction when your position is challenged? To fight back in self-defense? To return criticism with criticism? To set up your defense with unbeatable logic tinged with bitter jabs?

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Marriage Advice I'd Give Myself

Posted on 04-Aug-09 15:28 by Mindy Kroesche
Topics: Relationships with Others, Marriage

Whether it’s waiting for Jon to pick out just the right screws at Menards, riding in the passenger seat as he searches for the perfect parking spot, or just wanting him to do some task differently (a.k.a. “my way”), I can so easily go down the impatience path.

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"Name-esis" . . . What would you do?

Posted on 23-Jul-09 16:44 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

What are you to do when you’ve been taking an aerobics class with this woman for two years, or you’ve been sitting by this person at softball games for an entire season, or you’ve known that family for decades . . . and you can’t remember their names?

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Conversation 201

Posted on 23-Jul-09 09:33 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Homefront, Impacting your world, Relationships with Others

Conversation is often an easy, pleasurable experience—with those you connect with—but when conversation doesn’t come naturally, are you prepared to work at it? 

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Conversation 101

Posted on 22-Jul-09 09:09 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Homefront, Impacting your world, Relationships with Others

Your floors can be sparkling, the windows shining, the aromas wafting, but if you don’t know how to connect with your guest . . . well, it’s a flop! Here are a few simple do’s and dont’s I’ve learned along the way.

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The church, hospitality, and an exciting giveaway

Posted on 29-Jun-09 14:19 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Homefront, Relationships with Others

From meat and potatoes to strawberry lemonade . . . you won't want to miss this!

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Words of Wisdom to a Wannabe Pastor's Wife

Posted on 29-Jun-09 08:50 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

The following letter is from my current pastor’s wife, Holly. I love it. I hope it will help you as you seek to support, love, and respect your pastor and his wife as they shoulder the responsibilities and burdens of shepherding the church daily.

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Please Don't Throw Tomatoes!!!

Posted on 11-Jun-09 18:26 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Womanhood, Relationships with Others

As you read today's post, I just ask that you prayerfully consider what I've presented with a gracious heart ... AND please don't throw any tomatoes (or messy verbal jabs)!


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Losing the Millennial Generation

Posted on 16-Jun-09 21:04 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

Is the church accomplishing its mission of making disciples? Equipping believers? Evangelizing the lost? It seems we can't even keep our own kids.

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Test Strip for the Heart

Posted on 03-Jun-09 15:53 by Mary Kassian | Twitter: @MaryKassian
Topics: Relationship with God, Relationships with Others

According to the disciple John, the true indicator of the extent of our love for God is the extent of our love for those around us ... especially the individuals who really irk us.

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Should I leave?

Posted on 05-Jun-09 14:37 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

I invite you to read an email Nancy wrote to a friend who was considering leaving her church . . .

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Church shopping

Posted on 05-Jun-09 15:29 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

In our fluid society, I realize that you may have to choose a new church several times in your life. What sorts of things should you look for when you’re “church shopping”?

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The Great Mystery

Posted on 11-Jun-09 15:14 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

As you read this post, set aside your preconceived ideas or prejudices about the Church. Ask God to allow you to see the Church from His perspective and fill you with hope for His purpose in this "Great Mystery!"

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"One-Souled Relationships"

Posted on 09-Jun-09 10:13 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

As we consider what kind of relationships we can have within our church bodies, let's look at this unusual word in Philippians 2.

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Neighborliness Report Card

Posted on 03-Jun-09 15:58 by Mary Kassian | Twitter: @MaryKassian
Topics: Impacting your world, Relationships with Others

How do you score on the neighborliness report card? 

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A Community Affair

Posted on 05-Jun-09 11:49 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

I remember the first time someone asked me, “So what has God been teaching you lately?” I was a freshman in college, and was stunned by this guy’s brazenness in asking me such a personal question!

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Never Lose the Wonder

Posted on 03-Jun-09 17:49 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

I remember when my family got a swimming pool, a trampoline, and a ping-pong table. We splashed and jumped and volleyed for days, but soon, we lost the wonder . . .

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A Jaunt Back to the Classroom

Posted on 03-Jun-09 17:44 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

I’m going to take you back to English class, but just for a quick visit. I promise we’ll be in and out in no time . . .

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Jesus and Equal Rights

Posted on 02-Jun-09 16:09 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Womanhood, Relationships with Others

So, if we're all equal, why shouldn't I expect to be treated equally? Why should I “esteem someone better” than myself? Doesn't that seem a little like “inequality?”

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King of the Castle

Posted on 02-Jun-09 09:54 by Mary Kassian | Twitter: @MaryKassian
Topics: Relationships with Others

“King of the Castle” is a silly, childish game, but unfortunately, it’s a game that’s played in the lives of most adults–albeit on a much more sophisticated level. 

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What to expect in June . . .

Posted on 29-May-09 09:32 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

For some odd reason, I feel like a waitress at a fine dining restaurant—“Our special this evening is a hearty cut of True Woman Sirloin, followed by mouth-watering True Woman Tiramisu . . .”

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No Greater Love

Posted on 14-May-09 22:34 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

True love is not an emotion, although true love carries with it the wonder and delight of pleasurable emotions. True love is not something we "fall in" and "out of." True love is simply the demonstration of God's character.

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The Power of Words

Posted on 19-May-09 15:09 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others, Womanhood

Just a couple days ago, I was wounded by someone’s words. As I wiped my tears away, I picked up Nancy DeMoss’ four-week devotional booklet titled The Power of Words, and found my perspective changing as I read this . . .

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Soft Spot

Posted on 21-Apr-09 19:23 by Mary Kassian | Twitter: @MaryKassian
Topics: Womanhood, Relationships with Others

The “softness” of woman thus also became our “soft spot”—the point at which sin affects and impacts us the most.

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The Two Sides of Love

Posted on 17-Feb-09 12:41 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

I, too, have experienced the heartache that can come from choosing to love. Yesterday I wrestled with this question: Where’s the joy in this whole thing? Shouldn’t there be joy?

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Lovin' your neighbor

Posted on 11-Feb-09 12:44 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

Jesus’ answer just raised more questions for me. Why did He include the second commandment when the man just asked for the greatest commandment? And most of all, what does it mean that all the Law and the Prophets depend on these two commandments?

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Love is a Choice

Posted on 11-Feb-09 12:33 by Mary Kassian | Twitter: @MaryKassian
Topics: Relationships with Others

This past summer, at my son’s wedding, I found myself reminding him of the words my mother spoke to me at my wedding, and many times since:  “Always remember that love is a choice.” 

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Forgiven Much

Posted on 10-Feb-09 12:59 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

It all happened one day when Simon the Pharisee invited Jesus to a dinner party at his house. Jesus came, but from the moment he stepped in the door, it was obvious how “welcome” he really was . . .

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Does Love Equal Obedience?

Posted on 09-Feb-09 11:04 by Kimberly Wagner | Twitter: @KimberlyWagner7
Topics: Relationships with Others

I instructed him to get up off the floor. He looked at me in wide-eyed amazement, and with total sincerity replied, “I'm not on the floor!”

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February: You can't handle it!

Posted on 02-Feb-09 15:54 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others, Relationship with God

This month, we will be focusing on . . .

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Rejoice in the Lord: Surviving--And Thriving--In An Economic Crisis

Posted on 11-Dec-08 15:50 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

"We laughed this weekend that our net worth seems to get smaller all the time, yet I don't know if I've ever felt more blessed with what I have."

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Practice Christ-Like Giving: Surviving--And Thriving--In An Economic Crisis

Posted on 11-Dec-08 15:41 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

Nancy just wrote something in a letter about the Revive Our Hearts Matching Challenge that really spoke to me. She said, “God doesn’t care so much who you give to, but that you do give.”

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A Conversation with Dannah Gresh

Posted on 13-Nov-08 11:20 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

"The lies about submission and authority as well as the role of women really wreaked havoc in my marriage. I never imagined that what seemed like normal teenage rebellion and acceptable feminine independence would break my husband’s spirit in the first few years of marriage."

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Intentional Training (Day 24 of the True Woman Make-Over)

Posted on 30-Oct-08 12:40 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: 30-Day Makeover, Relationships with Others

Mentoring takes place in the context of everyday life . . .

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A "Beached Whale" Turned Beauty Queen

Posted on 20-Aug-08 11:47 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

When the high school homecoming king called Sheri Rose “a beached whale,” she vowed she would never be called that again . . .

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Happy Valentine's Day, Friend!

Posted on 14-Feb-08 15:25 by Paula Hendricks | Twitter: @PaulaWrites678
Topics: Relationships with Others

Do you know how crazy God is about you right now? If you’re like me, it’s hard to grasp and believe His personal love. For that reason ...

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