‘Bossy’ has officially been added to the feminists’ ‘no-no’ list of anti-female words. Sheryl Sandberg, a Facebook executive, partnered with Girl Scouts, Condoleezza Rice, Jane Lynch, Beyoncé, Jennifer Garner, Victoria Beckham and Google to promote the “Ban Bossy” campaign. Sheryl … Continue reading
Author Archives: Diane Montgomery
Tamar: Just a Raped and Discarded Princess?
The second “Text of Terror” story in Phylis Trible’s book is that of King David’s daughter, Tamar (2 Sam.13). If Hagar’s story was like Days of Our Lives, then Tamar’s is definitely something out of a Law & Order: SVU episode: … Continue reading
We Aren’t….But We Are: Affairs of the Heart
Beth met Matt at their church singles group and immediately hit it off. They started hanging out in groups at first, but got along so well that they started doing everything together. They became best friends, sharing all their struggles, … Continue reading
Should A Christian Women Get A Breast Augmentation?
Hi, Myself and two friends are looking at getting breast augmentation in February. I was wondering if you ladies could bring that up as a topic on your website and could you please give me your opinion? … Continue reading
Homosexuality is Out; Polygamy is In?
“This is the creepiest show I’ve ever watched,” uttered my husband as we were sitting on the couch watching TLC’s, “Sister Wives,” a new show about a polygamist family in Utah. I had never seen anything like it, which was … Continue reading
Open Letter to Moms of Teenagers
Dear Moms of Teenagers, I’ve noticed lately that you’ve been super stressed out by your teenagers. It seems like you’ve got a lot on your plate with your job, house work, homeschooling, and add to that your teenager doesn’t seem … Continue reading
Dolls & Princesses Make Girls Dumb…Or So They Say
Christmas is around the corner and little girls are making their wish lists asking for the newest Barbie or Disney princess or kitchen playset. But, this year, a company called, GoldieBlox, is hoping that little girls will start to say, ‘No!’ … Continue reading