Issue Articles

Editor's Musings

By Sharon Cress

Opening thoughts from the editor's desk.

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What to Do When You're Feeling Blue

By Karen Holford

Let's face it—it happens. There are always some of those days when you don't feel so hot.

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For Such a Time as This

By Hepzibah Kore

We, shepherdess' and admin­istrators' wives, may not face the same crisis, yet you will agree with me if I say we do face similar unpleasant and difficult situations such as character assassinations, false rumors, anonymous letters, power politics, and cold wars within the church. As a woman, can you handle this? You can if you follow the steps Esther took.

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Anywhere but New Guinea

By Kerrie Long

Lessons from the mission field.

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Women's Participation in Global Mission

By Meibel Mello Guedes

When we study the Bible we discover that women are present at any moment of decision for God's people and for the Nations.

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When Birds of a Feather

By Debra Fulghum Bruce

When the inner clock of spouses are not the same, how serious is the problem?

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When Your Spouse Complains...

By Will Eva

"Do I have to make an appointment with you?"

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The Patchwork Quilt of My Life

By Heidrun, Behnke

God is making something beautiful.

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Ministry Wives Need Friends Too

By Jill Briscoe

God intends to meet all our needs. But He meets them through certain instruments, one of them being close and meaningful relationships.

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Shepherdess International News

By Various Authors

Religious news from around the world.

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