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Love, the Gift of God

I.  INTRODUCTION Let me begin by thanking the host society and church here at Redland for having us all here, and for giving me the privilege of being one of the speakers.  This is a first for me, and I am grateful for this opportunity.  I also commend you for the theme you have chosen […]

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A Woman’s Role: Preparing for Leadership in the Home

“Though rejecting feminist politics and lesbian posturing, American culture has absorbed the underlying ideology [of the feminist movement] like a sponge.  The principal tenets of sexual liberation or sexual liberalism—the obsolescence of masculinity and femininity, of sex roles, and of heterosexual monogamy as the moral norm—have diffused through the system and become part of America’s […]

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Beliefs, Values and Norms…

As a member of the staff of this magazine, I am a part of ground level issue planning; themes, securing writers, etc.  As well, I am a contributing associate editor, and occasionally you will read my articles on these pages.  As a result of the above capacities, I have written the following article in such […]

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Editor’s Notes- January 1991

Are you prepared? “Prepared for what?” you ask. Are you prepared as a young person to take on the responsibility of leadership in the home and in the church?  We need leaders.  We need strong leaders in the home and in the church.  Are you prepared to be a leader? Although this could be a […]

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Jesus is Holding My Hand

I started school with all the exuberance of a normal six-year-old. “Remember be kind to everyone, in what you say and do.”  Mama said, “For remember, Jesus is holding your hand!”   After two years, I changed schools. Our own school!  New Friends!  It seemed wonderful.  It was easy to remember, Jesus was holding my […]

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Mothers and Daughters: A Special Relationship

Christian mothers are rightly concerned regarding the growth and development of their daughters.  This is very true as regards their physical needs.  From infancy on we see to it that they are properly fed and receive good nourishment, we look after their clothing, we try to maintain a clean and happy home for them, when […]

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Six Steps to Leadership

There should be no greater concern that occupies the attention of a young man as he goes into adulthood than his calling to take his place in the church.  Therefore, it does us good to consider what is appropriate in that preparation.  We must keep in mind that for young men that calling will be […]

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