Women & Work Author Interview

The Women & Work Book Club recently read Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women. Last night they hosted Elyse and me for a live author interview. It was a lot of fun. View it below or have

Women & Work exists to see women confidently step into their God-given calling and view their work as meaningful to the kingdom of God. They want to inspire women through conversation and biblical content to honor God, image Him to the world through their work, and leverage their potential for His glory.

“Our Criminals Need Justice” is Not a “Bottom-Feeder Mentality”

our criminals deserve justice“‘Our criminals need justice’ is a bottom-feeder mentality.” So stated Candace Owens in her now-deleted tweeted. Thought she deleted it (without comment), that sentiment is, unfortunately, all too common.

We hear it in those jokes about “prison justice” when someone assures us that a rapist or child-molester will “get justice” in the form of rape, beatings, or murder at the hands of other inmates. We heard it when a fellow inmate murdered Jeffery Dahmer.

But Candance Owens is wrong. “Our criminals need justice” is not a “bottom-feeder mentality.” It’s a biblical mentality and mandate. Continue reading ““Our Criminals Need Justice” is Not a “Bottom-Feeder Mentality””

The Mother-Daughter Team That Changed the World

The Mother-Daughter Team That Changed the WorldThere are plenty of mothers and daughters in the Bible. But why are there so few mother-daughter relationships mentioned in the Bible, especially compared to mothers and sons? That’s the question a follower posed to me on Twitter last week. While editing a Mother’s Day sermon video, he noticed all the examples of mothers involved a male child. He wondered if there are examples of a mother valuing daughters. Here’s how I replied: Continue reading “The Mother-Daughter Team That Changed the World”

“Wear Your Mask and Gloves” — A Parody (Music Video)

wear your mask and gloves parody bob dylanThe world is debating whether you should wear your mask and gloves.

Bob Dylan has a new album coming out.

So, why not make a parody about masks and gloves using one of Bob Dylan’s best songs?

So, following on the heels of “I Don’t Want to Live on the Zoom!” and “Introvert,” I present “Wear Your Mask and Gloves,” a parody of Dylan’s “To Make You Feel My Love.” Enjoy!