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Discipleship Beyond the Mommy Blogosphere | The Gospel Centered Woman

In one of our most widely read and discussed articles yet, Hannah Anderson laid out ways the “mommy blogosphere” has become a vehicle for driving how Christian women think and talk about practical matters of the faith. She concluded the … Continue reading

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The Spiraling Process of Women’s Discipleship | The Gospel Centered Woman

Some reading this article may be familiar with a method of teaching math called spiraling. As a math teacher, I never used that method in the classroom, but I did once tutor a student using that approach. At first, he … Continue reading

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How to Change Your Mind | TGC | The Gospel Coalition

The beginning of a New Year is an an excellent time to try something new. As you make your list of resolutions and goals I want to recommend adding a simple four step process that could transform your life by, … Continue reading

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The Gospel Centered Woman | The Gospel Centered Woman

The Gospel Centered Woman: Understanding Biblical Womanhood through the Lens of the Gospel Two thumbs up. Author and blogger Wendy Alsup has done what many others have overlooked. In writing for Christian women, most err in one of two ways. … Continue reading

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Why Personal Devotions Aren’t Enough | Christianity Today

The Bible was made to be read in church first. Wesley Hill / December 12, 2014 Each day began the same way: I would get out of bed, take a shower, and sit down at my desk. I’d place my … Continue reading

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The Centrality of the Word in Discipleship | The Gospel Centered Woman

As I counsel others and engage in gospel-centered discipleship, I am sometimes distracted away from the Word, God’s self-expression in the form of the Bible itself. Someone struggles to feel a personal relationship with God, and I talk them through … Continue reading

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The Gospel and Mental Illness | The Gospel Centered Woman

Most involved in discipleship in the local church for any length of time will encounter mental illness among those seeking to grow in Christ. Sometimes leaders recognize mental illness. Sometimes they don’t. But if you do recognize it when you … Continue reading

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