"And the world is passing away along with its desires,
but whoever does the will of God abides forever."
~1 John 2:17, ESV

The high calling of biblical womanhood: Working at home

There is an enormous lie that has captured and deceived many women in the church today: Denying and sacrificing your family to work in “ministry” is an honor and proves a woman’s worth in the sight of God.

Due to this prevalent myth, many wives and mothers are being led astray by their personal passions and are leaving what they consider their less important and more mundane responsibilities at home, and chasing after “bigger and better” things outside of it. Unfortunately many women are deceived into believing their husbands and children are less spiritual than they because they’re complaining about her absence and/or neglect of their home.

“The wisest of women builds her house, but folly with her own hands tears it down.”
~Proverbs 14:1

Evangelism, leading Bible studies, discipling other women, online ministry, writing for the glory of God, etc., are vital parts of biblical womanhood, but none....

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