Is Tim Tebow a Chauvinist?
Tim Tebow says he wants a wife with “a servant’s heart.” Does that make him a misogynist? See what Russell Moore thinks about Tebow’s comment about what he looks for in a wife.
Success and the Single Woman
From Radical Womanhood (not me): A few weeks ago, a friend asked me the perennial question about single women and career success: “I’ve been told by a couple different people lately that I come off as intimidating. Upon further questioning I think it has to do with my work. The Lord has given me some measure of direction, passion and vision for where I am headed, so I’ve been pursuing it with more direction over the last few years. I love what I do. I think that some people see a woman who has a successful career as a woman who is choosing that over marriage.”
‘Staying in His Lane’ – Joel Osteen’s Gospel of Affirmation Without Salvation
Joel Osteen was back on CNN this week, appearing Thursday morning on “Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien.” Osteen’s new book, I Declare: 31 Promises to Speak Over Your Life, recently hit the nation’s bookstores.Osteen’s positive thinking theology was on full display in the interview, as in the book. O’Brien asked if he really believes that speaking declarations out loud can make them come true. Osteen assured her that he does, promising that speaking positive words can bring positive results and warning that speaking negativity will bring negative results.
Tell Your Co-Worker the Gospel
What will you say when the door opens for communicating the gospel? Imagine for a moment a co-worker asks you, “What is this “gospel” you Christians keep talking about?” You’re both taking a quick break, and you don’t have long to explain. He is wanting the best one-minute summary you can muster. What do you say?
Challies Ten-Year Giveaway
Tim Challies has been blogging for 10 years (!), and he’s giving away free stuff (one of them being a Kindle Fire)! Though I know this will lessen my own chance of winning, I thought you all should have a fair opportunity to enter.