Did Paul Really Mean Women are ‘Never’ to Teach Men?

When Paul wrote to Timothy about women in his new church in Ephesus, he restricted women to teach or have authority over men. Is this something that is supposed to endure for all time and all women?

By |March 20th, 2019|blog, writings|15 Comments

Reflections on the Women in Apologetics Conference

As I sit waiting for my plane to board at LAX, I can’t help but wonder how many of those among me are Christians. Having spent the entire weekend listening to all the great evidences for the Christians faith at the Women in Apologetics (WIA) 2ndAnnual Conference, with its theme of “engaging the culture,” […]

By |January 23rd, 2019|blog|20 Comments

Does Christianity Oppress Women? How biases influence views

Many women I have encountered over the years perceive the Christian faith as one that oppresses women. Some will not even consider Christianity as a reasonable religion to place their faith in because of this presupposition. Is this a fair assumption? These prejudices do exist, yet I will show that they stem from a […]

By |December 27th, 2017|blog, writings|10 Comments

What I’ve Learned in 25 Years of Marriage

Today I celebrate my Silver Wedding Anniversary with my husband, Mario. In the years that have passed, I have learned what really makes a marriage work is when both partners are committed to faith in Jesus Christ. It is His love that flows in us and through us to glue us together. It is […]

By |May 2nd, 2017|blog|5 Comments

If Everything is Allowed… is this good?

Freedom. We love it. We fight for it. We die for it. It is the best gift God has ever endowed upon humanity—free will. But is our free will truly free if we allow ourselves to do whatever we want? Let’s take a look at how this plays out culturally.

In the mindset of […]

By |August 30th, 2015|blog|2 Comments