Sue Horner, wife of the president of Barrington College in Rhode Island and herself the director of the Center for Women’s Concerns in that college, in a recent interview in New England Church Life,said, “Men have always been able to be involved in creative, self-actualizing work.”
At a recent women’s convention a young woman told me that her husband had wanted a divorce, but consented to see a Christian counselor before making it final. A member of the team in the counseling center told him that he himself was divorced and very happliy remarried. . . .
Where Will Complaining Get You?
. . . Nina Jean said she made up her mind that if complaining ws the reason God’s people were denied the privilege of entering Canaan, she was goin to quit. She set herself a yough task: absolutely no complaining for fourteen days . . .
What Kind of Power Do Women Want?
“Today’s women are the victims of the second biggest con game in history. (The first was when the serpent persuaded Eve that she needed to upgrade her lifestyle and become ‘like God’).” So writes Mary Pride, in her new book The Way Home (Beyond Feminism – Back to Sanity).
How to Discover What God Wants
A young woman came in great perplexity to a Scottish preacher, asking how she could resolve the question of her own desires when they seemed to be in such contradiction to the will of God. He took out a slip of paper, wrote two words on it, handed ot to her with the request that she sit down for ten minutes, cross out one of them . . . .