Tag Archives: Proverbs 31 Woman

Staying Home While My Wife Goes Out Is Fine With Me

[A dialog based on too many conversations, and some turns I would have liked those conversations to have taken.] *** “What’d you do this weekend?” “I spent Saturday morning in the kitchen cutting up vegetables to roast.” “Aren’t you married?” … Continue reading

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The Bible Encourages Women Who Work Outside the Home

A recent report by Ashley C. Ford for Refinery21 notes that in a significant number of domestic relationships between women and men (married or unmarried) the woman earns more than the man. This is creating tension, according to an article … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of a Proverbs 31 Husband

Hey Pal! I know I’ve owed you an email for a while. Sorry about not staying in touch, but life here has been crazy. Just as a for instance, here’s what yesterday was like for me. 9:00 – Got out … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Sermons – the right way to preach about the Proverbs 31 Woman

[From the archives. Tomorrow is Mother’s Day and I’m really hoping someone will preach along the lines of this post. If you hear that sermon, please let me know!] *** Proverbs 31 – The Woman Who Never Existed There is … Continue reading

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For Mother’s Day: Exposing the Myth of the Proverbs 31 Woman

[Tomorrow is Mother’s Day and I’m really hoping someone will preach along the lines of this post from the archives. If you hear that sermon, please let me know!] *** Proverbs 31 – The Woman Who Never Existed There is … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day and the Myth of the Proverbs 31 Woman

[This originally appeared at Think Christian, whose editor is gracious and generous in allowing me to write for occasionally. While originally focusing on parenthood generally, I thought it appropriate for a Mother’s Day re-run.] *** A recent Pew Research survey about … Continue reading

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Modern Parenthood and the Myth of the Proverbs 31 Woman

[I have a post at Think Christian on how today’s working moms can emulate the Proverbs 31 Woman. My conclusion may not be what you are expecting.] Work and parenthood are the subjects of an NPR report on a recent survey that: … Continue reading

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