Category: Women of faith

Captain Marvel vs. Wonder Woman: What makes a female superhero and Who does it better?

The 2017 debut of DC’s Wonder Woman brought with it a wave of feminism most in this generation have not seen since the Suffragette Movement of the 1900s. In it’s wake came the #MeToo Movement of Hollywood leaving Captain Marvel fans waiting with bated breath as to how this iconic female superhero from the Marvel

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Why is Rachel Weeping?

A voice is heard in Ramah, mourning and great weeping, Rachel weeping for her children and refusing to be comforted, because they are no more (Jeremiah 31:15)* As the beloved wife of Israel’s patriarch Jacob, Rachel holds a special place in the hearts of the Jewish people. Christians honor her as one of the great

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Ego Tripping, Epiphany and Wakanda Forever!

You may have heard Oprah Winfrey call it her “Ah Ha Moment” and many others describe it as a sudden revelation of reality that usually changes you in an instant. Unlike the word in its traditional sense, my “epiphany” came on a Saturday, not a Sunday. And, I was surrounded by mourners not magi. Through

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The Bathing Beauty: Bathsheba

Behold, you desire truth in the inward being; therefore teach me wisdom in my secret heart. – Psalms 51:6 Among the genealogies of Jesus is a reference to one of five women who had a remarkable impact on the Messiah’s coming. One such woman is never recognized by her own name, referred to always as

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Mary: The Ultimate Wonder Woman

“Do YOU actually believe Mary was born without sin?” My non-catholic friends usually ask me this question at some point during our friendship. They do so with a pained expression or a haughty one. Those who’ve taken the time to know me and have born witness to my devotion to our Lord Jesus, usually express

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