Ministering to Women columns from Mosaic newsletters—a resource of "clipped articles"

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Leave Her Alone

What Jesus has to say to both abusers and victims of sexual harassment is discussed by Pastor Dwight Nelson as written on his blog ahead of national news.

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Forgiveness and Your Health

We must choose to be transformational agents by responding to an offense with forgiveness, which motivates us to pursue peace.

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Friendship

"Life is to be fortified by many friendships: to love and to be loved, is the greatest happiness of existence." —Sydney Smith.

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A Spiritual Woman

Each beautiful lesson from "The Best You Can Be" contains a quick assessment of a godly characteristic, personal growth exercise, and a success principle.

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A Patient Woman

Each beautiful lesson from "The Best You Can Be" contains a quick assessment of a godly characteristic, personal growth exercise, and a success principle.

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A Courageous Woman

Each beautiful lesson from "The Best You Can Be" contains a quick assessment of a godly characteristic, personal growth exercise, and a success principle.

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An Assertive Woman

Each beautiful lesson from "The Best You Can Be" contains a quick assessment of a godly characteristic, personal growth exercise, and a success principle.

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Chronic Pain

Women who suffer with chronic pain often feel isolated. They struggle and need support—physically and also spiritually.

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Forgiveness

Unless brought under control, these emotions [of hurt, anger, bitterness, resentment, and perhaps, worst of all, an unforgiving spirit] can wreck havoc in our lives. How can we learn the importance of forgiveness?

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Am I My Sister's Keeper?

"Am I My Sister's Keeper?" brochure with tips for beginning a nurture and retention ministry. Women without friends in church are likely to become dropouts.

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Seventeen Ways for Women to Pray

Pray for these seventeen character traits with accordance to each scripture verse. And live by these four biblical principles.

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Religious Addiction

Toxic faith takes several forms: compulsive religious activity, spiritual laziness, extreme intolerance, giving to get, self-obsession, and/or addiction to a religious high.

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Self-Care and Rest

Some things do not get finished or even accomplished with our full schedules. God did not intend us to be workaholics; and He invites us into His rest.

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When Attitude Spoils Health

You may know the eight principles of health, but do you know what is just as important for promoting health?

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Biblical Hospitality

It is not about entertaining, but rather a servant heart ministering to the needs of others.

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