Women of Great Faith

The world offers many definitions of a woman. There are thousands of examples on Television and in magazines of how we should speak, act and look. The images of women that bombard us everyday vary greatly across nationalities, cultures and generations. For example, the definition of an African or European woman is not the same as the definition of an American woman. The image of a woman in 1959 is … [Read more...]

Modeling Christian Womanhood & Femininity

The Washington Post recently reported on a rise in female student violence on college campuses. They reported on this because of two recent homicides on two separate campuses in Maryland. In one case, a girl tried to break up a fight at a party and was fatally stabbed by another girl. In another case, two girls fought over music in their shared suite and one fatally stabbed the other. The article … [Read more...]