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When people ask me what I thought of Sacred: Embracing God’s Design for Sexuality, I smile and say, “It was a sweet time.”
Did Judas Iscariot die by hanging (Matthew 27:5) or did he die by falling and bursting open (Acts 1:18)?
Dr. Owen Strachan approaches the very emotional and heated topic of transgenderism with both truth and grace.
We live in a day and age when people no longer believe marriage is a life-long union and insist it can be with whomever (or whatever!) you want.
I interviewed Hope for the Heart's June Hunt to find out more about her ministry and her upcoming presentation at the Answers for Women conference.
One of my favorite podcasts is “The Busy Mom” with Heidi St. John. I love Heidi’s quick wit and conversational style.
Are people born gay? Are there really only two genders? These are very valid questions, and a lot of research has been done to answer these questions.
At the 2015 Answers for Women conference, I was pleased to have Rose Colón join us to speak on the topic of sexual sin within marriage and give her testimony.
Phylicia Masonheimer is tackling a very important topic that pertains specifically to the single woman at our next Answers for Women conference.
The greatest need for women today is to return to a supreme confidence in the authority and sufficiency of the Word of God.
Just because a family member looks a little different doesn’t make her a different race—even if she’s adopted.
Have you registered yet for next year’s Answers for Women conference “Sacred: Embracing God’s Design for Sexuality”? I’m thrilled to introduced Emily Thomes.
Recent scientific studies claim that some people are born gay. Could this be?
Scientists claim some bacteria have been resurrected after hundreds of millions of years. But what’s really happening?
Every year, one of Dr. Georgia Purdom’s favorite tasks is reading through the surveys that we receive at the end of the Answers for Women conference.
Evolution and natural selection are treated as synonyms. Natural selection, however, results in a loss of information, but evolution needs a gain of information.
A few years ago, Dr. Georgia Purdom had the privilege of seeing the Foto Sisters perform at the Creation Museum.
For this year’s Answers for Women conference that Dr. Tommy Mitchell had to address issues surrounding the beginning and ending of life.
How can we as Christians use our words to “speak life” and show that we value human life because all humans are made in the image of God?
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