The True Measure of Success for Women

Far more verses in the portrait of the Proverbs 31 woman are about productivity and financial management than relationships.

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When Women Lust

Being satisfied in God alone will make you and me an irresistibly attractive women, inside and out, because his love will shine through us for the world to see.

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Rich Resources: Women Dig In

The aim is not just the good of women; the aim is the gospel-centered health and growth of the church.

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Pastors Need Women Teachers (and Vice Versa)

Pastors, women teachers need the help of your leadership. And you need them.

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The Feminine Mystique at 50

It’s been 50 years since the seminal work that ignited the modern feminist movement in America was published.

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When Mentoring Exposes Your Idol of Being Needed

Healthy boundaries flow out of the foundational belief that you both need Jesus more than you need one another.

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Chasing Comfort in All the Wrong Places

Nancy Guthrie, Lauren Chandler, and Gloria Furman explore various places we’re tempted to turn for comfort amid the chaos.

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Registration Opens Today for TGCW14: Come On In!

We’re thrilled about the breadth and depth of the people and the topics this conference brings together.

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Crossway and The Gospel Coalition Expand Partnership

TGC and Crossway will work closely together to develop a series of books written specifically by women addressing cultural issues, as well as other unique resources focused on faith and work.

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When a Church Loves a Woman

Growing up in a different kind of church, I never thought of worshiping or serving as a privilege.

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